Variable climate and weather greatly influence vintage characteristics, for better or for worse, but an exemplary vineyard management and winemaking team are capable of turning a “bad” vintage into beautiful wines by the choices they make during the growing season, harvest, and production.
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Direct-to-consumer and membership management, writing, editing, education, marketing, social media, customer service, and travel management. Writer and editor for my own website, elizabethsmithconsulting.com (formerly travelingwinechick.com), as well as a contributor for other media outlets such as americanwineryguide.com, basilandsalt.com, drizly.com, plumdeluxe.com, snooth.com, and wineindustryadvisor.com. One of my recent articles entitled "Lodi: Beyond the Zinfandel" won a 2017 Born Digital Wine Award in the category of Best Tourism Content with a Focus on Wine. Independent travel consultant with Corporate Travel Management North America, Inc. DBA MTravel (CST #2129700-40) providing customized, remote travel services for business and leisure clients with a specialty in business and wine destination travel. View all posts by Elizabeth