Wilma Cozart Fine (March 29, 1927, Aberdeen, Mississippi – September 21, 2009, Harrison, New York) was an American record producer who, with her husband, C. Robert Fine (1922–1982), ran the classical division of Mercury Records in the 1950s and early 1960s. She produced hundreds of recordings, particularly the Mercury Living Presence series that, according to her obituary in The New York Times, "Are still prized by collectors for the depth and realism of their sound."
In 2011, Cozart Fine was awarded a posthumous Grammy Trustees Award for her significant contributions to the recording industry.
- Interview with Wilma Cozart Fine, November 20, 1995
- Wilma Cozart Fine: The Muse of Mercury 2010 article
- Obituary: C. Robert Fine, New York Times, December 3, 1982
- Obituary: Stephen Miller, Recording Pioneer Who Led Classical Music's Hi-Fi Wave, The Wall Street Journal, Sept 25, 2009
- Allan Kozinn "Wilma Cozart Fine, Classical Music Record Producer, Dies at 82", New York Times, September 24, 2009