A tidbit of La Donna del Vino in Australia’s Wine Business Magazine

21 Aug

Two weeks ago I returned home from work and stuck my hand in the typically empty mailbox. Today was unlike every other day as there in the cold steel box lay the latest copy of Australia’s Wine Business Magazine (WBM). I threw it onto the dining table, made myself a cup of tea and began to flick through its pages.

A couple of months prior, WBM had put a little spiel by an unnamed wine blogger in their weekly e-newsletter called The Week That Was (TWTW). At the end of the piece they suggested to any other wine bloggers out there that they too should send in their story. A few days later I submitted a little piece about the La Donna del Vino blog to the magazine. The editor, Anthony Madigan, was in touch a couple of weeks later to request some photos as he may print it in the upcoming TWTW or the WBM. I was not holding my breath and the subsequent e-newsletters and magazine released immediately after did not contain the piece. As you can then imagine with this following issue, I was not expecting to be flicking through and stumble across this little tidbit on page 52 in the all-important Social Media section. I didn’t exactly squeal, but I did choke back a little gasp.

The title read: “Late one night after a bottle of Nebbiolo…”

Click through to read the article: WBM La Donna del Vino

3 Responses to “A tidbit of La Donna del Vino in Australia’s Wine Business Magazine”

  1. petit4chocolatier August 21, 2012 at 8:39 AM #

    Congratulations! I cannot wait to read it!


    • La Donna del Vino August 21, 2012 at 8:41 AM #

      Thank you, Judy. You’re too lovely 🙂

  2. whineandcheersforwine August 21, 2012 at 11:10 PM #

    Alright! Congratulations! How sweet is that….looking forward to reading it ASAP.

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