- Wine writer and the founder of the award-winning site, Terroir Review.
- A certified specialist of wine and member of the Circle of Wine Writers.
- Her writing has received accolades in The New York Times, Daily Beast, BuzzFeed, and The Best American Travel Writing.
Meg Houston Maker is a wine writer who travels extensively to taste with wine producers, hear their stories, and see firsthand what links them to their land. She’s regarded as one of the most influential wine writers in the U.S., and her freelance writing and reviews appear in consumer and trade publications, as well as on her own award-winning site, Terroir Review. Her writing has received accolades in The New York Times, Daily Beast, BuzzFeed, and The Best American Travel Writing. Meg is a certified specialist of wine and a member of the Circle of Wine Writers.
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