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Travel, wine and food on the internet, how to fit it all together

The “wine bloggers conference” is after all much easier to say than the Digital Wine Communications Conference… How can you communicate, tell stories, write articles on wine, travel and food and make them more engaging and readable? That was the theme for one of the panel debates at the #EWBC in Izmir in Turkey recently. Or in more detail: “Wine is much more than a tasting note and a score. To help us to become inspiring and authoritative sources of information, our panellists will share their views on how best to communicate about wine in the context of travel and food.”

The panel included our own Per, from BKWine, Su Birch, CEO for Wines of South Africa (WOSA), Wendy Crispell, educator and blogger on food and wine, and Paola Tich, communications consultant and ex-journalist. Wink Lorch did her best to keep us all focussed.

If you want to know more you can watch the whole session on communicating about wine, food and travel on our travel blog.. (#EWBC is the short form of The Digital Wine Communications Conference, previously called the European Wine Bloggers Conference.)

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