Book Signing: How to Drink Like a Billionaire by Mark Oldman

November 9, 2016
7PM – 9PM

Gary Lichtenstein Studios
Mana Contemporary
2nd Floor
888 Newark Avenue
Jersey City, NJ 07306

Tickets
$45 (includes a signed copy of Mark’s book)
Purchase tickets here


 

Book Signing: How to Drink Like a Billionaire by Mark Oldman

 

Join one of the country’s leading wine personalities, Mark Oldman, to mark the release of his third book, How to Drink Like a Billionaire: Mastering Wine with Joie de Vivre(Regan Arts/Phaidon). Oldman performs to sold out shows at major food festivals, including Aspen, and has been described as the “ideal mix of wine connoisseur, showman and everyday dude.”

7PM – 7:45PM
Springing from the success of his sold-out events at the Aspen Food & Wine Classic, renowned wine personality and author Mark Oldman will reveal how to drink like a billionaire without spending like one. Guests will be taken through a tasting of six superb wines as Mark imparts his tips and trips from his new book—including how to hone in on the best value wines and the secret maneuvers to master wine in restaurants, shops, and at home.

7:45PM – 8PM
Q & A

8PM – 8:30PM
Book signing

8:30PM – 9PM
Open roaming time: Talk to Mark, drink wine, meet Gary Lichtenstein, and get a sneak peek at new projects currently being produced in the studio!

About Mark Oldman
Mark Oldman is one of the country’s leading wine personalities—and, that rarity, a wine expert who is on the side of anyone who wants to enjoy wine more. Bon Appétitdescribed his charismatic style as “winespeak without the geek.” Twice the winner of the Georges Duboeuf Best Wine Book of the Year Award, his books—Oldman’s Guide to Outsmarting Wine and Oldman’s Brave New World of Wine—have been called the “perfect book” by the Wall Street Journal and the “perfect primer” by The New Yorker. He has been the wine expert for Pottery Barn, lead judge in the PBS television series “The Winemakers,” and the wine correspondent for the Food Network. Oldman also founded and ran the career portal Vault.com for a decade until its successful sale to a private equity firm. For more information, visit www.MarkOldman.com.

Image by Jiyang Chen