Further Reading

 Further Reading

  • Secret Life Of A Sommelier www.foodandwine.com

    Wine editor Lettie Teague goes undercover at a New York City restaurant and learns there's more to being a sommelier than small talk and sturdy shoes.

  • Uncorked: The Secret Life Of A Sommelier www.theguardian.com

    Forget the image of wine waiters as overpaid snobs. In reality, they are perfectionists putting in 17-hour days in conditions that would embarrass a chimney sweep.

  • What Does It Take To Become A Master Sommelier? www.decanter.com

    Earning the title of Master Sommelier is no easy feat. The exam is notoriously difficult and only those who truly live and breathe in the world of wine have any chance of making it, as Matt Stamp MS explains...

  • Becoming A Sommelier: More Than Just Quaffing Wine www.huffingtonpost.com

    Fashion designers are celebrities. Chefs are rock stars. What about sommeliers? These wine professionals are getting their 15 minutes of fame too.

  • Interview with James Curtis, Wine Bar General Manager wine.lovetoknow.com

    So many fine dining restaurants tout their various "diamonds" or "stars", with a dining room so stuffy that it makes you afraid to laugh too loud or order a Chardonnay (gasp!) with your filet mignon for fear of getting that look from your server that screams "amateur." This is not the case with C.F.Prime Chophouse and Wine Bar.

  • Sommeliers Education wine.lovetoknow.com

    What exactly is a Sommelier's education? What are the requirements to call yourself an official sommelier? 

  • How To Become A Sommelier recipes.howstuffworks.com

    Successful sommeliers must be passionate about two things: wine and people. In a sense, a sommelier is a matchmaker, seeking to delight customers with perfect pairings of food and wine.

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