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San Francisco Wine School Announces New Industry Leading Instructor, Master Sommelier Roland Micu

San Francisco Wine School Announces New Industry Leading InstructorSan Francisco, CA, October 21, 2013– David Glancy, founder of San Francisco Wine School (SFWS), the Bay Area’s leading provider of wine education and certification programs, has added Roland Micu, MS to their esteemed team of instructors.

Roland Micu is a graduate of the International Culinary Center’s Certified Sommelier program, founded by Glancy, and is currently one of the world’s youngest Master Sommeliers. In addition, he was named the TopNewSomm 2012, winning the Guild of Sommeliers’ annual competition for professionals under 30 years of age.

Says Micu, “I am thrilled to be joining the SF Wine School and honored to be working with David Glancy, whom I’ve had the privilege of learning from when I first began my studies in wine. David was a major inspiration for me; had I not experienced his program six short years ago, I most likely would have never discovered the hidden passion I have for wine/culture, which I am so grateful for today.”

Glancy added, “We are very pleased to bring a third Master Sommelier to our team, but we are even more excited to present our students with such a great role model in Roland Micu. His career path is inspirational and he is an energetic, passionate and engaging instructor.”

San Francisco Wine School continues to utilize innovation to offer industry professionals and wine enthusiasts several methods to begin or continue their wine education. SFWS’s newest program, California Wine Appellation Specialist® ONLINE, launched September 30th. This first of its kind, interactive, online certification program offers a comprehensive series of courses featuring the unique wines and wine regions of California. The program starts again December 2nd. See www.sfwineschool.com for a full list of winter programs available.

About San Francisco Wine School
The San Francisco Wine School was launched in June 2011 by Master Sommelier, David Glancy.  His team of industry leading instructors provides world-class wine education and professional development for successful careers in the wine industry. By bringing all relevant wine credential programs under one roof, students may pursue numerous career path opportunities including hospitality, retail, distribution, journalism, marketing/PR, consulting, education and more. San Francisco Wine School programs are designed for credential exam preparation, however many enthusiasts outside of the wine industry attend to deepen their wine knowledge and appreciation. For more information, look for San Francisco Wine School on Facebook, LinkedIn, Yelp and Twitter.

About Founder, David Glancy
David Glancy is one of only 135 in North America, and 211 in the world, to earn the title Master Sommelier (MS). He received his MS in 2004 and is one of only 12 MS in the world to also pass the Society of Wine Educators’ Certified Wine Educator exam (CWE). In addition, Glancy passed the Certified Specialist of Spirits exam (CSS) and French Wine Scholar exam (FWS). Glancy currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Society of Wine Educators.  Previously, he created, managed and taught the Certified Sommelier Program at the Professional Culinary Institute (now known as International Culinary Center California), where he guided over 400 students through success on the Certified Sommelier (CS) credential.





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