Patrick Comiskey

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Patrick Comiskey is an American wine critic and a senior correspondent for Wine & Spirits, chief critic for non-California domestic wines, and writes about wines of California, Oregon and Washington.[1] Comiskey contributes regularly to Los Angeles Times and Zester Daily, and has been published in various periodicals such as San Francisco Chronicle, Food & Wine[2] and Bon Appétit.[1][3]

Comiskey has bachelor's degrees in English and psychology from the University of Wisconsin–Madison,[1] a Master's Degree from Brown University. He is a former sommelier.[3] In June 2010 it was reported he is writing a book about the American Rhône-movement.[4]

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  1. ^ a b c zesterdaily.com Patrick Comiskey
  2. ^ Comiskey, Patrick, Food & Wine (October 2007). Sommeliers: The New Party Essentials
  3. ^ a b wineandspiritsmagazine.com Our critics
  4. ^ Asimov, Eric, The New York Times (June 1, 2010). Is There Still Hope for Syrah?