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Born and raised in Kentucky bourbon country, Emily Spillmann moved to France for love of a different barrel-aged drink (and a man with an alluring accent). She studied literature and French in college, and in 2013 she earned a master’s degree in international wine commerce. Emily specializes in anti-marketing and exports in Burgundy and her preferred form of expression remains the written word. Follow her on Twitter @emilyintheglass.
- October 08, 2014Tags: winery , winemaking , wine startup
- July 29, 2014Categories: FeaturesWomen Winemakers of Burgundy
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