About

ShannonBorg2013

Shannon Borg is a wine writer, wine educator and author of The Green Vine: A Guide to West Coast Organic, Biodynamic and Sustainable Wines, and Chefs on the Farm: Inspired Recipes and Lessons from the Quillisascut Farm School of the Domestic Arts. Her articles on wine, food and travel have been published in Seattle, Washington Tasting Room, Wine Press Northwest, NW Palate, and other magazines. She has also written several eBooks and a book of poetry, Corset.

She holds degrees from the University of Houston, the University of Washington, and Brigham Young University. She completed Level-I certification with the International Sommelier Guild, and has worked in the wine business in various capacities, including managing a wine shop in Seattle, and as wine director for Doe Bay Cafe on Orcas Island.

She consults for small businesses on social media and marketing, wine lists and staff wine training. She also teaches wine tasting and wine and food pairing classes.

 

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9 thoughts on “About”

  1. Thanks, Ken! I’m busy and a procrastinator! Ach! well. I went to BC’s Okanagan wine region recently and have great stories and pix – I will post them for you! Thanks for the feedback.
    take care!

  2. Good afternoon Shannon,

    I would like to get a physical mailing address for you, the Misterly’s and the photographer of your book “Chefs on the Farm; Recipes and Inspiration fromthe Quillisascut Farm School of the Domestic Arts.” I work for the Washington State Library and I’d like to be able to mail a note to each of you.

    My phone number if you’d like to call is: 360.704.5269 my email is: rcoleman@secstate.wa.gov

    Thank you Shannon for your help with this

  3. Hello! I am interested in your blog, because I’m also “jack-mormon” who grew up in Utah, lives in NYC, and is moving to Edinburgh in three weeks. And I’ve just started to get a taste for wine myself. 🙂 I love your style of writing.

    1. Wow! Good luck! I have lived in Scotland a few different summers and loved it – in fact, I”ll write about a kitchen in Scotland later (like kitchen #18 or something!). Why are you moving? That is super exciting. I got really into my Scottish geneology there and drove around to all the little towns they were from…and, I’m working on a novel that takes place partially in Glasgow. An inspiring place!

  4. Hi Shannon! I love your book “Chefs on the Farm.” The photographs are so spectacular, the recipes and the story of Quillisascut Farm School and how it all began is a treasure to delve into. I am so glad I got to meet you at Darvil’s Bookstore on Orcas Island. Please come visit us at Once In A Blue Moon Farm!!

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