The U.S. wine industry has grown substantially in terms of sheer production and global credibility in just a few decades.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) February 23, 2012
IntoWine.com, an interactive wine website based in San Francisco, recently published its first annual list of the 100 Most Influential People in the U.S. Wine Industry.
“This is our first annual IntoWine.com ‘Top 100 Most Influential People in the U.S. Wine Industry’ list. This list is designed to help educate our readers -and all wine enthusiasts- on the influential work being done by so many wine industry professionals right here in America,” said Brad Prescott, Founder of IntoWine.com.
“The U.S. wine industry has grown substantially in terms of sheer production and global credibility in just a few decades. We are delighted to acknowledge those people who have been such key influencers,” Prescott added.
A wide spectrum of wine professions are included on the list, with winemakers, lawmakers, bankers, bloggers, sommeliers and celebrities all represented based on how much they influence the U.S. wine industry; how wine is made, marketed, perceived, sold, shipped, purchased and shared.
The list is the result of an exhaustive survey of wine industry professionals conducted by Michael Cervin, veteran wine, food, and travel writer and author of the article.
IntoWine.com is a San Francisco based interactive wine website. The site features wine recommendations, wine and food pairing suggestions, regional and varietal profiles, an interactive map of Napa and Sonoma wineries, wine videos, as well as a wine club, The IntoWineClub.