October Wine Adventures.

Hey guys! 

In October, my wine journey took me to various exciting places and allowed me to be a part of meaningful wine-related events and discussions. It was a month filled with delightful wine tastings, thought-provoking conversations, and even some fascinating discoveries beyond the world of wine.

I kicked off the month with a visit to the Doos Wijn event in Utrecht. The event was a wine enthusiast’s paradise, featuring many delectable wines to sample. I took on the role representing Dutch Wine Apprentice, eagerly tasting my way through the offerings of many Old World wines.

Later in the month, I found myself in Maastricht, often considered the wine capital in the south of Netherlands. There, I had the pleasure of visiting Apostelhoeve, a charming winery nestled on the picturesque hill of Maastricht. The standout for me was their selection of white wines, particularly their field blend. Each sip was a testament to the dedication and passion that goes into Dutch winemaking.

One of the highlights of the month was participating in the Curious Vines Women in Wine Seminar. This eye-opening event that delved into the prevalent issues facing women in the wine industry. From not being taken seriously to having their knowledge questioned, unequal pay, and being overlooked for top positions, the discussion shed light on the challenges women face in the industry. However, it wasn’t all doom and gloom; the seminar also provided valuable support and advice on how we, as individuals, could contribute to positive change in the industry. The insights and statistics, while based on a UK survey, resonated with my own experiences in both the Australian and Dutch wine scenes.

In addition to my eventful month, I had the honour of writing an article for Glass of Bubbly, the leading British sparkling wine publication. The article, titled “Tasmanian Sparkling Wine” was met with tremendous enthusiasm and became the most clicked read on their platform. In the piece, I explored the beauty of Tasmanian sparkling wines and how they remain underrated gems in the world of sparkling wine. The article was incredibly rewarding to see it resonating with wine enthusiasts.

As an avid skincare enthusiast alongside my passion for wine, I stumbled upon a fantastic French skincare brand, Caudalie. Founded by Mathilde and Bertrand Thomas in Bordeaux in 1995, Caudalie’s products are crafted using natural ingredients derived from the vine and grapes. Their collaboration with Professor Joseph Vercauteren from the Pharmacy University of Bordeaux uncovered the remarkable antioxidant properties of grape seeds, rich in polyphenols. This revelation has significant implications for anti-aging and skin plumping, making grape-based skincare a must-try for any skincare and grape enthusiast like myself. So, of course, I couldn’t resist stocking up on Caudalie products.

To cap off this eventful month, I received the honour of being nominated as a wine ambassador for both the Netherlands and Australia; and also a women in wine leader for the Wine International Association. This recognition is both humbling and inspiring, reminding me of the importance of fostering diversity and inclusion in the world of wine. It’s a responsibility I’m eager to embrace as I continue to explore and advocate for the ever-evolving and diverse landscape of the wine industry.

October was an exceptional month in the world of wine, filled with tastings, discussions, and newfound opportunities. I look forward to the adventures and discoveries that the next month will bring in this ever-evolving journey of wine and empowerment in the industry.

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