He is a Sommelier Trainer. His triumph is in winning the “Best Sommelier of Hong Kong, 2000” on Australian wine. Wilson has been a food & wine talk show host, he teaches in SOPEXA, CIVB (Comité Interprofessionnel des Vins de Bordeaux) and HK Vocational Training Council Pokfulam Centre. He currently has a regular wine video show with Eat & Travel Weekly. Wilson had a regular wine column in a Chinese newspaper and writes regularly in magazine. Wilson also published cookbooks and books about wine.
In 1997, Wilson was knighted by the French Ministry of Agriculture, Fishery & Food as “Chevalier de l’Ordre du Merite Agricole” for his outstanding contribution to French cuisine and wine in his native Hong Kong and China.
Wilson first became interested in food while studying in England and U.S. as food quality in school dormitory was rather appalling, so he started cooking and of course schoolmates and friends gathered to enjoy and to share different recipes. Wilson recalled relatives always brought delicious and variety of food to family dinners for sampling. This must have developed Wilson’s taste of appetising and quality food.
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