|Diana Goodman is a former BBC journalist who became the corporation’s first female foreign correspondent. She worked for the BBC for 27 years, based in London, Bonn, East Berlin and Moscow, becoming a familiar voice to listeners around the world. Since retiring from the BBC she has returned to her first love – print journalism – and is now employing her journalistic skills online at Wine-Searcher.|
|Rebecca Gibb is a British journalist specializing in wine. In 2006 she won the UK's 'Young Wine Writer of the Year' and in 2010 was named 'Louis Roederer Emerging Wine Writer of the Year'. Having qualified as a Wine Educator with the Wine and Spirit Education Trust, she worked at the London Wine Academy in 2009. She is now one of the youngest Master of Wine students in the world, combining her final studies with her work at Wine-Searcher.|
|Jonathan Reeve – a linguist by training – moved into the wine industry in 2006, bringing together three key passions: wine, language and travel. In 2009 he accepted the challenge of writing Wine-Searcher's online wine encyclopedia, which now covers more than 3500 wine regions and 1000 grape varieties and blends. After four years of technical wine writing and database management, he is now Wine-Searcher's Content Manager.|
|Claire Adamson excels at selling wine and crafting sentences. Her calling became apparent after a part-time student job in a wine shop quickly turned into an obsession, and she went on to work in some of the best wine retailers in both New Zealand and the UK. After brief stints in copywriting and journalism, Claire joined Wine-Searcher in 2013 to help perfect the wine region and grape variety pages.|
Other regular contributors:|
Agence France-Presse (AFP), Jane Anson, Tim Atkin MW, Amanda Barnes, Jeannie Cho Lee MW, Katherine Cole, Tyler Colman, Maureen Downey, W. Blake Gray, Patricia Guy, Caroline Henry, Rose Hoare, Sophie Kevany, Adam Lechmere, Bill Nanson, Kerin O’Keefe, Stuart Pigott, Tom Stevenson, Mike Veseth.