Michelle Williams on wine writing
(Last minute addition: Michelle will also bring a few bottles of Frianciacorta and lead the audience through the tasting from the point of view of a wine writer.)
When you are a successful wine writer you have some of the best opportunities granted by the wine world: traveling, in-situ learning and tasting opportunities, meeting people from all areas of the wine industry and the ability to make your readers’ world a bit brighter by taking them to beautiful places and wines.
- How do you embark on a wine writing career?
- How much prior wine knowledge do you need? What level of writing skills is necessary?
- What is the best way to start a blog and grow your audience?
- How do you get published?
- Is it really what you’d expect? What is life as a wine writer like? Is it possible to support yourself through wine writing?
On Tuesday, January 11th, award-winning freelance wine writer Michelle Williams will be at Blind Bishop to talk about her own journey of starting her career and answer your questions on wine journalism.
Michelle is an award-winning wine writer for consumer, B2B, and B2C platforms. Her work appears in numerous publications, including Forbes, Wine-Searcher, Wine Enthusiast Magazine, The Buyer, and Wine Business Monthly. She passionately explores the globe through the lens of a wine glass—preferably full—celebrating the communal experience of wine and illuminating the stories beyond the bottle. She is a member of the Circle of Wine Writers and holds an advanced certification from the Wine & Spirits Education Trust. In addition to writing, Michelle is a wine educator, speaker, and judge.
You can see some of Michelle’s articles here:
Tuesday, January 11 2022
6:30pm – 8:00pm
Blind Bishop Tasting Room
310 Sunset Ave.
Dallas, TX 75208
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