MW blogs and websites
Tim is an award-winning wine journalist, broadcaster and commentator. He is also a judge of several international wine competitions and a photographer.
Jeremy is the co-founder and co-CEO of Des Mets des Vins. He runs two wine shops in Paris, a wine event agency and a wine school. He currently writes for the French magazine Vigneron, and has his own blog, intothewinewithjeremy.
Liz's website on Wine, Food and History: from the Rhone to Piedmont.
Liz's website on Bellet: the urban appellation of Nice.
Rosemary became a freelance wine writer in 1981. She has written eleven books, including two on Chablis, two on Tuscany, New Zealand and the south of France, and she contributes to various magazines such as Decanter, Sommelier India, and also writes a blog on the Languedoc, Roussillon, Provence, and Corsica.
Rebecca is a British journalist and editor. A former winner of both the UK's young wine writer of the year and the Louis Roederer emerging wine writer, Rebecca is the wine editor of LE PAN, a luxury lifestyle magazine. Her Research Paper focused on the causes of the 1911 Champagne riots.
Caroline provides consultancy on wine quality; brand development; benchmarking against competitive products; range selection; technical specifications; copy writing for websites, back labels, shelf talkers and brochures. Clients range from major international PLCs to small boutique wineries.
Richard specialises in writing on all wine subjects, but with a particular knowledge of Australia and England.
Yiannis is a wine consultant, educator, co-founder of a highly influencing blog in Greece and a promoter of Greek wines. He also contributes for international magazines and websites. His greatest wine passions are pre-phylloxera wines, Pinot Noir in general, Barolo and Tokaji.
Over the past 15 years, Richard has become one of the most respected authorities on South African wine in the UK and beyond. Between 1995 and 2002, he lived and worked in the Cape, witnessing the renaissance of the post-apartheid wine industry. Throughout this fruitful period, he established a healthy rapport with the great and the good of the local wine scene, affording him access to their distinguished cellars.
Anne is an award-winning Master of Wine, independent wine consultant and wine educator based in London. Anne provides a range of services to her clients, such as corporate and private wine tasting events, private wine tuition and on-trade consultancy and staff training.
Based in Hong Kong, Debra Meiburg is a celebrated wine journalist, TV personality, wine educator and in-demand speaker who is pleasing palates across Asia with her fresh take on the world of wine.
Fiona divides her time between Belgium and Bordeaux, helping to make Thienpont wine and manages their three estates, Le Pin (Pomerol), L'IF (Saint Emilion) and Chateau Goubau (Côtes de Castillon). She is managing director of the family's international wine negociant business and when she has spare time, travels all over the world tasting and writing about wine. Winner of the James Beard Award and the Prix Lanson for her writing, she has written two books about wine.
Dermot is currently working full-time as the shop manager for the Wicklow Wine Company in Ireland. He also works as an independent wine consultant in Ireland, doing consultancy work. He has judged at the IWSC, Mundus Vini, Michelangelo, Les Citadeles du Vin, Food Hotel Asia. In 2009, he was one of 12 people selected by Wine Australia to participate in the inaugural Landmark Australia Tutorial.
In 2010 Tim established James Busby Travel, a joint venture with over fifty family owned Australian wineries to bring overseas buyers on educational and networking trips to Australia. In 2013 he started Vineyard Safaris, specialising in private wine tours and experiential tourism, mainly in the Barossa Valley. Tim is co-founder and presenter of WineTutor.TV the online education website for MW students, and he makes a small amount of pétillant natural wine every year in Australia.