|Born||15 April 1969
|Nationality||Dual Australia–Japan residency|
Ned Goodwin (born 15 April 1969) is an English-born Australian-raised Master of Wine. He has worked as a sommelier, educator, show judge, consultant, TV wine show host and wine writer. He is one of only five Masters of Wine in Asia, and was the first in Japan.
Goodwin was born in London and raised in Sydney, Australia. He attended Newington College (1981–1987)  before undertaking tertiary education in Tokyo and Paris. Goodwin has been a sommelier at Veritas in Manhattan, Les Juveniles in Paris and Michael's in Los Angeles. He was the host of a Japanese television show on wine, Vintage (2000) and was a guest-lecturer on wine marketing at Keio University (2002-2004). As a writer he has appeared in the New York Times, The Japan Times, Newsweek and Elle. From 2001 until November 2012 he was a wine director of the restaurant group Global Dining Japan. Goodwin currently chooses the first class and business class wines for a Japanese airline and is a brand ambassador for a Champagne house in Asia.
- The Sommelier's Palate - Ned Goodwin MW Retrieved 14 May 2013
- The Institute of Masters of Wine - Profile Retrieved 14 May 2013
- Newington College Register of Past Students 1863-1998 (Syd, 1999) pp75
- The Age — Frequent Flyer: Ned Goodwin Retrieved 14 May 2013
- Wine Searcher — q&A: Ned Goodwin MW Retrieved 14 May 2013