An avid equestrian and certified adventure trail guide based in Tuscany.
I write articles and online marketing content for the wine, tourism and equestrian sectors.
Whether you need a freelance writer or consultant to prepare an article to submit to a publication, some help to cover workloads during peak times, or a regular contributor, I can help with your written content needs.
By Jessica Morton Surely every horse owner has wondered at one point or another what their horse would say to them if they could talk. One of the questions many of us would ask our horses, is: would they prefer to be rugged or not?
It's been more than two weeks since Italy was put in quarantine to contain the world's deadliest coronavirus outbreak. It's an experience that I would compare to living through a war. But in this case, the war is a virus, and we can't fight it ...
The Butteri are Italian cowboys who for centuries have roamed the marshes of the Maremma in Southern Tuscany and Northern Lazio. Feature published in the November 2019 Magazine.
Galloping astride a fit Friesian horse, with waves crashing beside you, it really is just as incredible as you imagine it would be! Feature article published in February Magazine edition.
There's an awful lot to like about the small island nation of Taiwan. Positioned 180 km east of China, with a population of approximately 23 million, Taiwan is an important and growing market for wine. Taiwan is among the top five wine markets in Asia, with Euromonitor expecting Taiwan's wine consumption to increase steadily in the coming years, surpassing 25 million litres in 2021.
Ghostwritten Piece: As a wine lover, hosting a wine tasting party is one of the more creative ways to share your passion with friends, try new wines, and improve your palate. Use this guide to learn how to create a fun and memorable experience.
Ghostwritten Piece: These are good days to be an organic wine. After decades of being dwarfed by traditional producers, now organic, natural, and biodynamic wines are filling up cellars nationwide. People are caring more and more about the food they're putting into their bodies, the ingredients they're putting on their skin, and the origin of the wine they're drinking.
South Korea has come a long way in the past 50 years. Although the wine market has gained a lot of traction compared to traditional choices like soju, consumers in South Korea are still a bit cautious when purchasing wine. But, is this now changing?
It is a great idea to decide on a theme for your blind tasting. This can be based on wine regions, wine colors, vintages or even grape types. Be sure to establish a price range of the bottles and to determine how many bottles each participant should bring. If you have a trusted wine shop with clued-up staff, you can even have them hand-pick the wines for you!
The Singaporean wine sector is highly developed and competitive, and according to the ProWein Business Report 2019, Singapore is the number one emerging market for producers to enter over the next five years.