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Greg B. C. Shaw

Greg B. C. Shaw

Dr. Greg Shaw is an assistant professor with the Department of Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration at California State University, Sacramento, and the co-author of a book chapter, Tourism in A Bottle: The California Winescape. Shaw has a bachelor's degree in Architecture, a master's in Recreation Administration, and a Ph.D. in Geography. After completing dissertation work on architectural tourism, Shaw shifted gears to follow an interest in wine geography and wine tourism that began while studying architecture in France. His passion is for introducing new people to the world of wine as a tourism experience, believing that there are few cultural landscapes more beautiful than vineyards and wine country architecture. Shaw is on the Leadership Committee for the Hospitality Management Education Initiative of the California State University, a board member of the California Geographical Society, and a board member of the California Society of Park and Recreation Educators. Shaw is also a member of the Cultural Advisory Council for the California State Fair, which hosts the largest wine competition in the United States, and is a member of the Wine Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers. Shaw teaches courses in Wine Tourism, Travel and Tourism, Hospitality Administration, Diversity and Leisure, and Recreational Landscapes and Design.

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Articles by Greg B. C. Shaw

With an upcoming documentary about black and Latino winemakers in the state of Oregon, André Mack continues to grow Mouton Noir as the largest black-owned wine label in the United States.

Making history as the first African-American sisters to launch their own wine company, Andrea and Robin McBride are winning over wine enthusiasts with their second label Truvée.

As South Africa's first black winery owner, Jabulani Ntshangase is on a mission to make sure black South Africans take ownership in the wine industry.

Marbue Marke is stepping from behind wine barrels to create his own wine label that is passionately called Marke Wines.

Celebrating 25 years in the wine industry this month, Iris Rideau and Rideau Vineyard offer southern hospitality in California’s Santa Ynez Valley.

Phil Long got into the wine business for all of the right reasons.

Homemade wine coolers are easy to make and actually taste a lot better than the commercially produced ones of the 1980s.

A private guided wine tour to explore the diversity of Napa and Sonoma.

The movie "Sideways" taught us a lot about wine and relationships.

John Salley's latest venture, The Vegan Vine, is just the first foray for his new beverage company.

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