Stanford Law Society of Silicon Valley
January 18, 2008 5:30pm - 8:00pm
Wine personality and SLS alum Mark Oldman is here from New York to reveal six lesser-known, devastatingly delicious wine types that will rescue you from the Merlot morass.
One of the country's leading wine educators, Mark Oldman is author of the best-selling Oldman's Guide to Outsmarting Wine (Penguin Books), which was called "perfect" by Wine Enthusiast, "winespeak without the geek" by Bon Appètit, and "shortcuts to a connoisseurs confidence" by BusinessWeek. Mark began his wine journey in 1990 when as a Stanford undergrad he founded the Stanford Wine Circle, a popular university club hosting tastings with California wine legends, earning him the nickname "Bacchus on the Campus" in Wine Spectator magazine. He is also one of the founding partners of Vault.com, the leading media company for career information.
The cost for this event is $30 per person, guests are welcome. Price includes reception, wine tasting and a copy of Oldman's Guide to Outsmarting Wine.