Doug Frost (wine)

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Doug Frost is an American Master of Wine,[1] and Master Sommelier as well as an author and wine consultant based in Kansas City, Missouri.[2][3]

Frost is one of four individuals in the world to simultaneously hold the Master of Wine and Master Sommelier titles, along with Gerard Basset, Ronn Wiegand and Eric Hemer, [1][4] achieving his MS in 1991 and MW in 1993.[5]

Frost is a wine and spirits consultant for United Airlines, and is published in several works and periodicals, including The Oxford Companion to Wine, Tom Stevenson's Wine Report, San Francisco Chronicle and Wine & Spirits. His published books are Uncorking Wine (1996), On Wine (2001) and Far From Ordinary Spanish Wine Buying Guide (2005).[1] Frost also hosts the show Check Please Kansas City for KC Public Television.

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  1. ^ a b c mastersofwine.org, Masters of Wine, Doug Frost profile Archived September 21, 2010, at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ Saulny, Susan, The New York Times (November 19, 2006). Iowa Finds Itself Deep in Heart of Wine Country
  3. ^ Bath, Robert, Sommelier Journal (September 2008). Navigating the Three-Tier Distribution System Archived October 6, 2011, at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ Colman, Tyler, vinography.com (November 13, 2009). Wine Education as Big Business
  5. ^ Robinson, Jancis, jancisrobinson.com (November 23, 2009). 8 new Master Sommeliers

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