Jared Fischer received a B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Colorado in Denver. After heading to New York in 2004, Jared served as Wine Director/Sommelier at New York’s Thalassa and Compass Restaurants. In 2008, Jared opened Bussaco in Brooklyn with Master Sommelier Scott Carney. Jared developed the front of the house service standards and documentation and created a user-friendly, value-focused wine list. Since October 2009, Jared has been Sommelier and Director of Staff Education and Cellarmaster at Le Bernardin. Jared took the American Sommelier’s Viticulture and Vinification course in 2006 and since then has received an advanced certificate from the Court of Master Sommeliers. He received first place at the Festival Sud de France 2009 competition and was the Advanced Sommelier Scholarship Recipient from Societe Mondalie du Vin. Jared also serves as an educator for American Sommelier.
- Sud de France Sommelier Competition 2013: Monday, June 17th in NYC May 7, 2013
Practice Your Service in the Skills Lab (May 22)
May 3, 2013
It’s one thing to observe, read about and listen to a lecture on proper service…it’s another to actually execute it! Studies show that personal feedback on practice is one of the most powerful influences on learning and development. Sign up …
Sales, Service & Buying Seminar #3 on May 8
April 29, 2013
Sign up for the third of our Sales, Service & Buying seminars, focusing on “Handling the Bottle” and red wine service. We’ll touch on cellar management and restaurant layout in addition to using a cradle and dealing with large format …