The voices of Wine soundtrack
Claudio Latagliata is the creator and executive producer of the podcast that offers a voice to Italian wine growing and winemaking. Founder and main partner of Dukapis & Partners, Claudio has many decades of experience in management and organization within diverse sectors of production, both in Italy and Europe, with particular specialization dedicated to winemaking businesses and family-run businesses of all sizes.
Boi Tuyen Huynh
One of our female voices for Wine Soundtrack. She has been involved in marketing and communication for over 15 years in consumer goods and information technology companies. She is divided between two loves: one for digital technology and one for wine. Born in Saigon in the summer of 1977, of Chinese origin but with the Amarone flowing in her veins. Citizen of the world, she is comparable to an international wine, as she easily adapts to any latitude and makes wines complete with her discreet and elegant presence.
Allison Levine is our voice of Wine Soundtrack USA. Allison Levine is the owner of Please The Palate, a boutique agency specializing in marketing and event planning for the wine and spirits industry. With more than 20 years of experience in communications, marketing and event planning, she works with wine regions around the world to organize trade and media events across the United States. Allison is passionate about the world around her and the diverse people in it and translates this passion into freelance writing for various publications.
Maryna Calow is the Communications Manager at Wines of South Africa (WoSA), the official international marketing body for the South African wine industry. Before this, she spent 7 years as Managing Editor of consumer focused digital magazine, Wine Extra and was heavily involved with the PR and marketing of The Wine Show, one of South Africa’s largest consumer wine expo’s.
Maryna has completed a range of wine-related courses, including a certificate in Small Scale Winemaking at the University of Stellenbosch and has also tasted on a range of international and local wine judging panels, such as Concours Mondial de Bruxelles and Veritas.
Priscilla is a wine professional living in Barossa Valley, Australia. She has been travelling, learning and working in the sales, wines and oenotourism industries for over 10 years.
Currently she is studying the WSET Diploma.
Currently, Priscilla is promoting Australian wines in different channels, sits on an expert review panel for European wines entering Australia, consults for a new winery in Brazil and works in Sales, Oenotourism, and Wine Communication in Australia.
Andrew, from Wine Aspects, defines himself as a learner by nature and a teacher by profession. Living in the Penedès wine region near Barcelona made it relatively easy for him to enjoy a glass of wine. However, he didn’t start his journey in the wine industry until 2009 after creating the first of 5 published books, English for Winemakers, a specific wine English course for language learners. He always says that wine is 30% tasting, 30% studying, and 40% talking and listening to professionals in the sector. This view has helped him through several studies in 3 languages, English, Spanish, and Catalan, at institutions like UC Davis, INCAVI, WSET, Outlook Wine, The Wine Scholar Guild, and ESHOB.
Christine Campbell is a WSET-certified wine and travel writer, video podcast host and owner of GirlsGoGrape.com. A cheerleader for British Columbia and Canadian wines, she is also a French and Canadian wine judge with the International Wine and Spirits Competition based in London. Christine is a Master of Champagne and spent over a year walking the vineyards and savouring the wines of the Champagne region. She is #chardcore.
Michelle was planted in Australia, harvested in England and aged for over 40 years in Italy. She passes what time she has left after painting-the-town (not red, preferring blues in her oils and watercolours!) as a qualified Sommelier and vintage winery guide/ wine educator in the Castelli Romani just outside Rome. A true Frascati DOCG, but with ageing potential of a good Barolo. Oxidising rather nicely, but at least there is no sign of vinegar.
Amy Mac Iver
South African Amy Mac Iver has been a journalist and news presenter on tv and radio for 25 years. But she hasn’t given up on her dream of owning a wine boutique in Cape Town. When not working, surfing or spending time with her husband and two children, Amy spends her free time visiting the region’s wine farms and particularly enjoys discovering the lesser-known offerings out there.