Vintage Advice is a lifestyle blog, exploring the world of wine, food, music and much more! It is owned and operated by Prawdzik Group LLC.
Angela Logomasini is wine educator and wine writer with Prawdzik Group LLC, a real estate agent, and policy analyst and expert. She has earned wine education certificates from the internationally known Wine and Spirits Education Trust (WSET), which is headquartered in the United Kingdom. WSET courses and testing are offered around the world by WSET-certified learning centers. These classes and certificates provide a widely recognized and respected qualification for working within the wine industry. Angela has successfully completed both the intermediate and advanced level certificates in Wine and Spirits Education at the Washington Wine Academy. She is also a member of the Society of Wine Educators. Angela had a long-running wine column at Examiner.com, and has written for a variety of commercial wine and spirit publications. She currently works in Washington D.C., as a writer and researcher, where her research and writings have appeared in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, The Washington Times, and many others. She has a Ph.D. in politics from The Catholic University of America.
Christopher Prawdzik, Angela’s husband, is also a real estate agent and editorial professional, having served as a writer and editor for a variety of publications for nearly three decades. Over that time he has covered such varied topics as military and homeland security issues, Capitol Hill, sports, and general assignment topics that span from interviews with diplomats and members of Congress to book reviews and haunted house features. His work has appeared in publications such as The Dallas Morning News, The New Republic, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Washington Diplomat, The Washington Times, and The Indianapolis Star, among many others. He has also served as a copywriter and editor for a variety of businesses, including editor of wine, spirit, and beer publications. He’s an avid amateur cook and devoted music fan, and is always looking to share interesting lifestyle stories from wine and beverage experts, artists, music professionals—you name it. Chris graduated from Southern Methodist University in Dallas with a degree in journalism.