André Mack is an American sommelier and winemaker. Mack previously worked as a dishwasher in restaurants, and worked all the way up to corporate service trainer in six years. In 2019, Mack published 99 Bottles: A Black Sheep’s Guide to Life-Changing Wines. In 2020, Mack opened & Sons in Brooklyn, New York, a wine and ham bar. Mack’s wine lists have been listed in The Huffington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and Black Enterprise.
André Mack, a wine entrepreneur, joins ‘New Money’ to discuss how he built his wine company and juggles being a serial entrepreneur.
0:17 What Inspired André To Pursue The Wine Industry
1:18 A Young André
2:29 The Thing That Leads To The Thing
5:32 André’s Advice On Finding What’s Best For You
7:06 The Money For André
9:44 André On Success
11:05 Imposter Syndrome And How To Navigate It
12:39 Navigating The Wine Industry From A Minority Perspective
16:24 Going Back To School And Pursuing A Successful Career
20:37 How Does André Juggle It All?
23:06 What’s The Biggest Mistake André Has Made?
24:24 How André Learned To Manage His Businesses
27:20 André’s Advice For Aspiring Serial Entrepreneurs
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