San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Come celebrate 1337 Wine TV's 300th Episode at Max's Wine Dive in San Antonio! This is a live audience and live internet broadcast of the 300th show. The event starts at 6:30PM Central Time and the broadcast begins at 7:00PM Central Time. Be sure to get there in plenty of time!
We will be tasting 3 wines selected by Max's. Even though I'm the Foursquare Mayor and have had most of their wines before, they will be selecting 3 wines I've never had. Just like a normal episode.
Registering here is free, but there is a $20 cost to the event that will be paid directly to Max's when you arrive. This event is capped at 35 people since we are using the back room, so please sign up early. If your plans change, then please change them here so others can sign up.
What do you get for $20? You will be tasting the same wines as I am. So 3 half-glasses of wine for each person will be poured. They will also have a cheese table set up for munchies. Plus you'll be in the audience for the best indepenently produced wine shows on the 'Net ;)
Just to get this out of the way, your attendance at the event gives 1337 Wine TV and MVF Productions permission to use your image and likeness for the purpose of 1337 Wine TV. In other words, if you don't want to be on camera at some point in the broadcast, then either hide behind someone, or watch online. I'm not saying I'm going to be getting everyone, or even anyone on camera, but just in case someone strays in front of the camera or we do a pan of the audience, you've been warned.
The live broadcast will be on my channel on Justin.tv:
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Mark V. Fusco
OK, so if you don't know who I am... ;)
Mark is the man behind 1337 Wine TV, aka Leet Wine TV, an internet wine show that does wine reviews, interviews, and education. The show started in May of 2009 and is seen in over 60 countries around the world via iTunes, blip.tv, TiVo, ifood.tv, Roku, his website, YouTube, and other outlets.
Mark is a Certified Sommelier and a Certified Specialist of Wine. He has been studying wine for many years after being inspired to learn from a former GM at one of the concepts he worked at. A 19 year veteran of the restaurant industry, Mark brings his "everyman" approach to reviewing wine.