About Me

Juel Mahoney

Hi, my name is Juel Mahoney. I’ve been in the wine industry since 2001. With access to some of the great wines of the world, I am fortunate to have travelled to many regions to communicate about wine and wine regions.

The Wine Woman & Song blog was named after a line in a Beastie Boys song and started in 2007 when I moved from Australia to U.K. It was also a way to communicate all the wines tasted working in the fine wine trade in London (Jeroboams, Bibendum, Bottle Apostle). Nowadays you can also find snapshot posts on my instagram. 

I always like talking about wine and food, so feel free to connect with me on social media or leave me a comment.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Salute!

A few boring bits

I do not trade positive reviews for money or any other considerations. Samples or press trips are attributed otherwise are at my expense. All reproduction of the written content requires prior authorization from the author of this blog. 

 

Why is it called Wine Woman & Song? The Quotes

“He who loves not wine, women and song remains a fool his whole life long.” – Martin Luther 

“You can tell it’s wrong, But I love wine, women an’ song” – Whitesnake

“I mix business with pleasure way too much. I mean wine and women and song and such – Beastie Boys

“Bacco, tabacco e Venere” – “Wine Women & Song” in Italian. 

 

Made with love in London and around the world © Winewomansong.co.uk 2007 – 2017

 

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5 Comments

  1. Flipping LOVE your Blog !!

    Love it !
    My parents own a British vineyard ..Fleur Fields. They won some serious awards this year for their wine.. well earned I must say .. back the the original point … I love your blog !

  2. Hi,
    I found your blog by accident and love it!
    Love the info and love your humour.
    Will stay tuned…

  3. paul gascoine says

    I came to this via Jancis Robinson’s article on the bloggers conference in Virginia.
    Love the picture on the ‘haunting ‘ piece, where is it from? Reminds me of Andrew Marvell’s poem’ Had we but world enough…and time….’
    paul g

  4. Hi,

    Could you please send me your email address?
    The AOC Bandol wants to send you an invitation to the Escapades.

    Best regards,

    Charlotte
    Secretary AOC Bandol

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