6 Responses to “About Robin”

  1. Aitor Bereziartua 2014 03 February at 1:37 am #

    Hi Robin! We write you because when you visited us in Bereziartua (Astigarraga, Pais Basque), you were interested in our products, in our cider.

    So, we would like to know if you have thought about us and the possibility of collaborate with us or do some work together.

    Waiting for your news.

    Cheers!

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  1. Berkeley Bites: fearless critic Robin Goldstein | Berkeleyside - 2010 17 September

    [...] Robin Goldstein has the kind of pedigree that might make you expect him to be, frankly, a bit of a wine and food snob. He studied neuroscience and philosophy at Harvard, earned a law degree from Yale, picked up a cooking credential from the French Culinary Institute and added a certificate from the Wine and Spirit Education Trust for good measure. [...]

  2. Fearles Critic Brings Blind Tasting To UC Berkeley - 2010 17 September

    [...] Robin Goldstein has the kind of pedigree that might make you expect him to be, frankly, a bit of a wine and food snob. He studied neuroscience and philosophy at Harvard University, earned a law degree from Yale, picked up a cooking credential from the French Culinary Institute and added a certificate from the Wine and Spirit Education Trust for good measure. [...]

  3. Embrace the Spirit - 2010 06 October

    [...] In the next few posts I will be sharing a few of my favorite varietals and hopefully will prove that opting for wine instead of something else isn’t a pricey switch. Until then, why not visit Robin Goldstein’s blog! [...]

  4. 2010 International Food Bloggers Conference Recap: The Unbearable Lightness of Being Influential » delicious food recipe - 2011 02 December

    [...] Robin Goldstein, IP attorney and wine blogger, during the Law & Ethics of Food Blogging session, completely and utterly eviscerated the Wine Spectator…tore out their rotting guts and strangled them with it. Long story short: their “Awards of Excellence” are total bullshit. This was blogger-as-influencer personified. [...]

  5. 2010 International Food Bloggers Conference Recap: The Unbearable Lightness of Being Influential | Cookware Store - 2013 26 November

    [...] Robin Goldstein, IP attorney and wine blogger, during the Law & Ethics of Food Blogging session, completely and utterly eviscerated the Wine Spectator…tore out their rotting guts and strangled them with it. Long story short: their “Awards of Excellence” are total bullshit. This was blogger-as-influencer personified. [...]

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