MARY MARGARET MCCAMIC MW (Master of Wine) gained a B.A. in English and an M.A. in Teaching from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she was also a four-year varsity swimmer. She taught English for a short while before switching to the wine industry and moving to New York City. There, she worked in the wine department at Balthazar and took courses at the International Wine Center. In 2011, McCamic completed the WSET Diploma and was awarded the Wine Australia Scholarship for achieving the highest overall score in the United States. Mary Margaret ultimately landed in California, where she first worked for North Berkeley Wine, a Burgundy-focused importer and retailer. Yet the call of the vines pulled her to Napa Valley, where she is currently the sales manager at Screaming Eagle. Research Paper: An investigation into the exceptions for wine in the Volstead Act: What impact did these exceptions have on grape growing and wine production in Napa Valley during US Prohibition?