Wine talk: Wine through the lens

If you want to know about wine journalism, you've got to know about David Silverman.

September 7, 2017 17:11
The photo that launched David Silverman's career

The photo that launched David Silverman's career. (photo credit: Courtesy)


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Wine communicators are a rare breed of people who convey the story of wine with all the color and emotion that make this such a special product.

The communicator may be a wine critic who tastes wine for a living and writes flowing tasting notes and rates wines. It could be the wine writer who paints a tapestry in colorful prose bringing the wine trade to life, or the wine journalist who comes into our living room with the daily newspaper. It may be the wine educator whose raison d’être is to teach, explain, enthuse and lead to new horizons, or even the winery marketer who is there to convey the magic of a specific product or brand for commercial reasons.


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