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Hello dear readers, Thanks for being here!

If you have arrived at Wine Woman & Song from Google or social media, I want to warmly welcome you to my blog. It began in 2007 after I bought a brand spanking new Macbook laptop. As a copywriter, it was a dream come true to have such a zeitgeisty machine in my little one-bedroom flat. Do you mean, I can write whenever I want? Watch out world.

In retrospect, you could say it was the ground zero in my wine-writing life. It’s also how I stumbled upon the new spaces growing online and became hooked on the early days of blogger, Facebook, Twitter, and even myspace (I blame our first myspace friend, Tom).

Wine Woman & Song has certainly has been through many iterations since then. The world has changed. Almost unrecognizable. Although, like well-tilled soil, I’m excited to see what will sprout up from this time. Glass half full and all that.

What I’d like to know from you is: What would you like to see more from this wine website? If I can help you with increasing your love and knowledge about wine or even write for you or your business, please send me a hello. Or email me directly winewomansong @ gmail . com

Whether you want to know more about kicking the WSET Diploma exam, your burning questions about fine wine regions, the wine trade in the UK, or even insider knowledge about your favorite wines, I know this site can help you more. I also have a plenty of social media and marketing knowledge. So feel free to get in touch. Let’s make it happen.



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P.S. Lovely PR friends, due to my busy freelance schedule, I am no longer accepting unpaid work or taking gift samples. Please do consider me for paid speaking, consulting, or wine writing. 

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If you would like to dive into the archive, here are some of my favorite posts:

The New Sotheby’s Wine Encyclopedia Is an Essential Book for WSET Diploma Students. Here’s Why

Burgundy Young Guns

Anything but Assyrtiko

Lebanon Diary – From Beirut to Paris

Dom Perignon Rosé 2002

7 Things You May Not Know About Picpoul de Pinet