Quoted by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Barron’s, and The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Testified as an expert in Federal Court – twice. Caught nearly every eastern seaboard fish species from sunfish to sailfish. Guest lectured at Columbia University, Boston University School of Law and the Duke University School of Law. Certified by the Wine Spirits Education Trust. Traversed the Maine Allagash wilderness waterway.
Board of Directors, Mary Anne Morse Senior Care. Boy Scouts of America Volunteer. BookPALS Elementary School Reader.
Trustee of the Meyer and Naomi Sherman Art Trust. Fabric and fashion designer. Completed the Commercial Theater Institute Program and established and managed a theatre production company.
A PROTEAN MIND NEVER RESTS
During his spare time, Barnet is something of a hobbyist photographer. Check out his works at Tenbar Photography and see the keen eye for capturing his subject matter.
Meyer Sherman (1929-2013) was born on January 1 – the first baby born in Brooklyn, NY that year. The youngest of four, he grew up in a tenement building and started his painting on paper bags hi smother would bring him.
His formal training would come years later, after serving his country in the Korean Conflict. Upon his return, Sherman was able to earn a Bachelors of Arts on his GI Bill. See his works here.
Barnet is the voice of integrity. His voice-over skills has been heard on the top News outlets, TV networks, and radio stations across America. Barnet has a voice that connects with audiences. Go ahead and LISTEN for yourself.
The story is a simple one. Barnet has always liked wine and the people who are part of wine. During his travels, he often visits places that grow grapes and make wine from them. So it only followed that he would start WineGuyTraveler to share where he has visited and what has tipped his palate.