My ‘fall’ into wine happened at the foothills of the Andes in Mendoza, Argentina. It was a pivotal moment in my life where I realised that wine was more than a drink: that it could tell a story and help me live my own story, my life, in a more pleasurable and tranquil way. I started to focus more on enjoying wine and food, enjoying the moment, and travelling the world to explore different wines, cultures and meeting people.

I have a WSET (Wine and Spirit Education Trust) Level 3 Award in Wine and Spirits, a PhD in Psychology, and a Graduate Certificate in Writing. My varied experience has resulted in a wine and travel blog with a strong human component that pays tribute to the beauty we can see from the vineyard to the cellar door to sipping Barolo over a long Sunday lunch.

I am currently based in Queensland, Australia, but I’m an avid traveller. While at home in Queensland, I work as a psychology lecturer and enjoy cooking recipes from the places I have travelled to and sharing wines I’ve discovered with my family and friends. I am also writing a travel memoir about my travel to many of the world’s great wine regions.

If you have any recommendations for wine regions to visit or would like to know more, please get in touch.

Feeling content in Piedmont, Italy, 2017

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