After reading the book ‘Oldman’s Guide to Outsmarting Wine’ by Mark Oldman, I was inspired to begin my own wine journey. In the beginning, my goal was to learn more about the world of wine by following the author’s list of wines from lighter to heavier, from Vinho Verde to Barolo. But the more I learned, the more I wanted to learn, reading every wine book I could find from Kevin Zraly to Karen MacNeil to Oz Clark to Jancis Robinson to Leslie Sborco to Natalie McLeen to Andrea Immer-Robinson to the great online wine courses Wine Spectator offers to the Society of Wine Educators’ Certified Specialist of Wine program, to the Court of Masters certification program, to co-authoring my own book, Talking About Wine with Ease. The knowledge is endless. I will continue pursuing the intellectual side of wine education in every way I can, but the journey has become somewhat spiritual in nature as I explore grapes, terroir, and life reflected in wine. Cheers!

Linda Foxworth, CSW, CSS, WSET3

6 comments on “About

  1. vinoista says:

    I love that you find wine transporting. I too believe wine is a overall experience and look forward following you along. 🙂

  2. idrinkforaliving says:

    I love the journey you are on. Wine is truly special and it’s so nice when you find other people out there who feel the same way.

  3. babso2you says:

    Thank you for signing up to follow my blog! I hope that you will enjoy my posts! Stay tuned for my posts on the wine making process! – B

  4. chef mimi says:

    Fabulous bio! I somehow missed this before!

  5. Ed Laucella says:

    As a fellow wine educator, I really appreciated your “Four Rules…” posted in LocalWineEvents. It is accurate and concise, without over complicating something that is supposed to be fun!

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