As the 2017 WCA Wine Media Cadet, Emily Hay will gain exclusive experiences and insights into SA’s wine industry as part of a tailored program, which will see her develop her wine writing skills and be published on a blog.
The WCA Wine Media Cadetship aims to empower young people who are passionate about wine communication and are keen to build their careers and skills in wine journalism and communication.
Beginning my young working life with one of the Barossa’s most lauded chefs the importance of quality and provenance of produce was drilled into me. Second only to this was the art of service, the ability to bring the story of what is on the plate to life for the customer. And then along came wine… I was hooked.
Hospitality made me fall in love with story telling.
Wine’s complexities, delights and stories are out there - South Australia - a Great Wine Capital of the World - is absolutely brimming with them. I can’t wait to discover some of them through the Wine Media Cadet Program and share them with you.
- Emily Hay
AWAC - all hail the mighty wine judge
Thursday 30 November 2017Read More
James Halliday - the state of play of Aussie wine in China
Friday 24 November 2017Read More
For the love of Adelaide - it’s not just patriotism
Monday 30 October 2017Read More
Royal Adelaide Wine Show
Friday 29 September 2017Read More
This blog represents the personal views of Emily Hay, Wine Media Cadet, and does not reflect the views or opinions of the Great Wine Capitals Global Network or the Adelaide, South Australia partners.