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How does John Keats connect the romantic poets to wine? Why should you consider Champagne for other occasions outside of big celebrations? How do you handle the sting of rejection as an up-and-coming writer?
In this episode of the Unreserved Wine Talk podcast, I'm being interviewed by Lori Budd, winemaker, writer and host of the Exploring The Wine Glass podcast.
You can find the wines we discussed at https://www.nataliemaclean.com/winepicks
How does John Keats connect my studies of romantic poets with my career in wine?
What unexpected beauty can you find in cemeteries across the world?
Which enduring traits do I attribute to my years of Highland dancing?
How did I find my way to wine?
What makes wine such a great medium for building connections?
Which wine memory stands out the most in my career so far?
Why is my love for writing central in everything I do in my career?
How do you handle the sting of rejection as an up-and-coming writer?
What was it like to be awarded World’s Best Wine Writer?
Which unforgettable experiences did I have while researching Red, White, and Drunk All Over?
Why is listening to audiobooks now my favourite way to “read”?
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About Lori Budd
Lori Budd began her career as a microbiologist, but her need for excitement led her into Adventure Education, teaching students how to rock climb, zip line and tie those all important survival knots. Along the way, she fell in love with wine and graduated from the prestigious UC Davis enology program, along with certifications from a number of other wine programs. She and her husband, Michael, own Dracaena Wines in Paso Robles. She’s consumed by the stories that unfold as each glass is poured, and shares those in her award-winning blog and podcast called Exploring the Glass.
To learn more, visit https://www.nataliemaclean.com/196.
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