Hi, I’m Juel.
I’ve been in the wine industry for over 15 years now. Since then, I’ve had the opportunity to travel around and taste some of the world’s most incredible wines. In that time, I’ve learned a lot about wine regions and what makes them special.
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 the U.K. It’s also a way for me to communicate all the wines tasted working in the fine wine trade in London (Jeroboams, Bibendum) and with my WSET diploma. Nowadays you can also find snapshot posts on my Instagram account.
I always love talking about wine and food, so feel free to connect with me on social media or leave me a comment!
Made with love in London and around the world © Winewomansong.co.uk 2007 – 2022
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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
And there are many other versions on the general theme around the world.