Madeline Blasberg

Copywriter. Journalist. Storyteller.

My passion is helping individuals and businesses authentically connect with their target audiences. I collaborate closely with my clients to identify their goals, craft compelling content, and meet even the most formidable deadlines. I'm here to help you create powerful prose for your website, marketing materials, eBooks, blog and more!

In addition to my work as a freelance copywriter and editor, I specialize in a number of journalism beats, including: food & wine, travel & culture, holistic living, coaching, and wellness.

Portfolio

How The Moon Affects Wine
It tugs at the tide, boosts plant growth, and helps put us to sleep, but can it really influence the way we taste wine? For centuries, mystics have turned to the moon to guide...
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Adventurist’s Guide to Argentina Wine Country (Part 1)
Mendoza is the most important wine region in Argentina, responsible for producing nearly 80% of the country´s grapes and home to nearly 395,000 acres of vineyards. The city...
Adventurist's Guide to Argentina Wine Country (Part 2)
Traveling is fun. What better way to travel than through the lens of wine? There are 34 major countries in the world producing wine; vineyards can even be found in places like...
Ménage á Trois: Chocolate and Wine Pairing with a Twist
There are some who swear that nothing is more luxurious than letting a bit of chocolate melt on the tongue only to be swished away with a swig of wine. But sadly, not everyone...
Terroir Talk: Tasting the Earth in Your Wine
In wine jargon, terroir is a term that is trending amongst oenophiles and befuddling wine novices. Though the frilly French pronunciation (ter- wahr) may scare you off, it's...
How To Taste Sparkling Wine Like A Pro
Sparkling wine has long been associated with several things: wealth, celebration, and, perhaps... a little bit of bad behavior. But when it comes to learning how to taste wine...

Travel, Food, & Culture Journalism

Mendoza´s Flying Chef: Meet Pablo Ranea
After working in some of Mendoza´s finest restaurants, including La Bourgogne and Azafrán, Pablo Ranea has a new project: Pirca Food & Wine, a pop-up, closed-door, traveling...
These Boots were Made for Hiking
You cannot conquer Aconcagua on a day trip, so Madeline Blasberg sets off from the lofty Ayelen hotel to reach her own summit. Merely sitting next to Luciano felt like the only...
Locro
Up and down the Andes Mountain Range, a traditional hearty stew simmers for hours on the stove, filling kitchens with sweet and savory aromas. Locro is a South American twist on...
The Gaucho
The Argentine gaucho is a cultural symbol and a great deal more than your run-of-the-mill cowboy. As with most characters that straddle the line between history and folklore, it...
Top 5 Places in Mendoza to Not Drink Wine
Over the years, Mendoza's cup has runneth over with wine bars, restaurants touting extravagant wine cellars, and caravans of tours through the various wine regions. But what...
Argentine Alfajores
Not quite a cake, not quite a biscuit, and a little bit more than a cookie sandwich, the Alfajor (Alpha-Hor) is a traditional argentine sweet and the perfect vehicle for dulce...

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