Jo Burzynska’s career in both wine and sonic art spans two decades. She started writing about wine professionally in the United Kingdom, then moved to New Zealand where she penned one of the country’s most widely read newspaper wine columns and authored the book, Wine Class: All You Need to Know About Wine in New Zealand (Random House). As an active sound artist, she has exhibited, performed and had her work released internationally. In recent years she has combined these two interests to create multisensory artworks using sound and taste, establish the world’s first “oenosthetic” wine and sound bar at The Auricle Sonic Arts Gallery in Christchurch, NZ and host regular wine and music matching workshops. She now lives in Sydney and is undertaking further research into the interactions between sound and taste through a PhD at the University of New South Wales.