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American Wine Writer was born from the desire to offer readers a refreshing and edutaining (educational + entertaining) perspective on the global beverage industry – beer, wine, spirits, and non-alcoholic drinks. Our editor travels regularly to lecture, as an enological consultant, for blogging trips, and to judge competitions. To submit a beverage for review, or introduce AWW to an interesting project, please eMail us ... editor[at]americanwinewriter[dot]com

By Michael Cervin via @IntoWineCom

People love lists; they can be a great source of education and discussion. But making a list such as this is not an easy process. Who are the most influential wine people in the U.S., and how exactly do you define ‘influential?’ Does influential mean people who move markets, impact consumers, inspire winemakers, and create debate?

In a word, yes. These 100 people, from winemakers to law makers, bankers to bloggers, and sommeliers to celebrities are definitely people who influence wine; how it is made, marketed, perceived, sold, shipped, purchased and shared.

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