The world of wine has been a traditionally male-dominated industry, but that hasn't gotten in the way of wine educator Andrea Robinson: she's not only a TV host and author, but also one of only 17 women in the world who've been appointed the title of master sommelier. She was the first female ever to be chosen best sommelier in the United States by the Sommelier Society of America.
I met the enthusiastic wine personality, whose petite stature belies her upbeat demeanor, at an Aspen event to showcase her new line of stemware, The One. Over a glass of rosé, she weighed in on what it's like as one of the industry's few female leaders and how the landscape of wine is changing in America. See what she shared when you read more.