Mari Tvaliashvili @maritvaliashvili
Mari Tvaliashvili is a traveler from Georgia, who loves to taste different types of wine. The fertile valleys of her country are known for grape cultivation that dates back 8000 years. During her travels, Mari became fascinated with the ARGE Wine Cellar located in Kakheti and wanted to share some of her photos with the #winetourist community. You can follow Mari on Instagram.
Angelina Cebrián @winewifewinelife
As a co-owner of Panoram Imports, Angelina Cebrián is a forever #winetourist. Her company specializes in working with and importing wine from small, boutique, family-owned vineyards in Argentina. This business has taken Angelina to many amazing places and inspired the launch of Panoram Tours, which offers exclusive access to wineries and winemakers in Northern Argentina that are typically not open to the public. You can follow Angelina’s adventures on Instagram. and Panoram Imports on Instagram and Facebook.
Nancy Kocis Galetic @thesimpleshe
Nancy Kocis Galetic is from Serbia, but it was in Croatia where she first discovered her love of wine. As she was exploring an old wine cellar and listening to her footsteps echo quietly as she walked among the rows of barrels, something just “clicked.” Nancy felt an indescribable connection. Her favorite time to visit the vineyards is in Autumn and, despite the fact that he is still too young to taste the wine, she loves to explore the wine cellars with her son. You can follow Nancy on Instagram.
Neža Skrt @nezaskrt
Born and raised in Ljubljana, Slovenia, Neza Skrt loves to travel and explore and make memories around the world. Since discovering her love for wine, much of her travel has been to wine countries. In fact, the only things Neza likes more than travel is tasting and making wine. Neza is currently a winemaker in a Slovenian winery. In her current role she learned that blending wine and tasting wine is very much like travel. They both involve discovery. You can follow Neza on Instagram.
Wick & Wine Candle Company @wickandwine
Nestled on the North Fork in the heart of Long Island's wine country, Wick and Wine Candle Company combines their love for recycling and natural products with the local wine culture. They source wine bottles from local wineries and restaurants and transform them into multi-use candle vessels. The top converts to a usable wine glass and when the candle’s non-toxic soy wax is gone the bottom becomes a self-watering planter. You can follow Wick and Wine on Facebook and Instagram.