Elizabeth Smith

Elizabeth Smith is a native of Asheville, North Carolina, and resides in Napa, California. Her professional experience includes relationship and membership management, direct-to-consumer sales, writing, editing, social media marketing, travel management, notary services, and community college education.

Elizabeth holds a doctoral degree in community college and foreign language education from George Mason University, master’s and bachelor’s degrees in French from The University of Tennessee – Knoxville and Western Carolina University, and Wine & Spirit Education Trust’s advanced wine certification.

Elizabeth won the 2017 Born Digital Wine Award for Best Tourism Content with a Focus on Wine for her piece entitled, Lodi: Beyond the Zinfandel. As a previous winner, she served as a judge for the 2018 Born Digital Wine Awards. In 2019, she participated in Born Digital’s inaugural BDWA Summit – The “Unconference” on the future of the wine industry – in Liège, Belgium, with BDWA judges and winners.

Elizabeth’s passions include travel, tourism, craft beverages, food, and fitness. She is always on the move to new destinations and loves discovering inspirational stories and places to share.

17 thoughts on “About

  1. Hi there traveling Wine Chick,
    I am writing from an Agriturismo (Vacation Farm), Il Poggiarello, which sits in the middle of our Vineyard, Muralia, in the still largely undiscovered area know as the Maremma in southern Tuscany. If you are interested in booking vacations for your clients with us lets get a conversation going. You can check our our web site at http://www.ilpoggiarello.it and http://www.muralia.it.
    I look forward to hearing from you soon

  2. TWC: Now that you have that NC wine taste going you will understand why we started North Carolina Wine Gifts. We have wonderful award winning wines in NC. It is said that NC is on the tipping point for wine lovers to discover what we have here. Have fun and CHEERS from NC Wine Gifts.

    1. I’ve been to three NC wineries now: Biltmore, Brushy Mountain, and Childress. Hopefully I can visit more NC as well as VA wineries (I’m behind there, too!) Cheers!

  3. Hi, there!

    I’m Jane and am an avid reader and blogger, a passion which I think we share. I’ve been writing contents on the web professionally since 2010. I share my experience through articles on Travel, Culture, Lifestyle, Health and many more.

    Your blog “travelingwinechick.com” is probably one of the most interesting ones I’ve seen recently and with due reason. I was wondering if I could do a guest post for your blog.

    I would like to write on “5 Ultimate Destinations to Explore in Turkey” or any other suggested topic for your blog.

    It would be an honor to see my article published on your site.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Jane Roberts.

  4. What an awesome blog Beth! I love wine bloggers! One of my favorite connections is Conrad from the Wine Wankers!

    Thank you for taking the time to drop by my new homepage recently! I appreciate your support there!

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