PROTOCOL wine studio Website Launch!

Hi Friends!

We’ve published our new website, take a look when you have a chance:  PROTOCOL wine studio.  All of our future blog posts will be at the new site.  In fact, we just posted something new:  Welcome.

We’re incredibly excited about our events, especially our #WineStudio launch–a 5 week course-based program dedicated to a single subject, where we talk, taste and spit.

Anyhoo, tool around the site, sign up for our newsletter where we highlight some really cool wine, and let us know what you think.



Tina and GUY, Partners
PROTOCOL wine studio






About PROTOCOL wine studio

We are Sommeliers and True Wine Culture Consultants: taste it, share it, live it! Our philosophy centers around a wine culture aesthetic where wine gently glitters from the background and becomes part of a complete social experience, distinct for each individual. GUY is a long term resident of San Diego. He spent twelve years in the banking and investment industry before developing a passion for wine. After one year of studying wine independently and becoming a Sommelier, Eric accepted a position at a local wine retailer eventually earning the title of General Manager. GUY leads the West Coast of Protocol Wine Studio and authentically embodies the philosophy of true wine culture: taste it, share it, live it. Tina has over fifteen years experience in the food and wine industry, first as pastry chef and owner of a vegan wedding cake company. After a life-altering wine-centric meal she decided the wine road was for her and chose the path into the Court of Master Sommeliers to become Certified Sommelier. She most recently was wine buyer and manager for a San Diego wine retailer and is continuing her education through the Master of Wine program. Tina moves about the country with half time spent in Virginia where she nurtures the East Coast clientele of Protocol Wine Studio. our new website coming soon: View all posts by PROTOCOL wine studio

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