Winery Lovers is your wine community.
It was founded on 28th of January 2016 by Simone Roveda. Nowadays it’s followed by thousands of wine(ry) lovers.
The world of wine is an amazing world where you never stop learning!
Have you ever asked how many wines there are in the world? Or how can you combine a specific wine with food?
The aim of Winery Lovers is to put all the people who love wine in communication. Then they can share their knowledge. This happens in the private wine club. If you are not part of the club, request your free entry now!
Winery Lovers is not just a website or an account on social media. It’s a real wine platform!
Here you will daily find information that you probably don’t know yet. The main feature of wine is that you can dare and experiment.
Every communication channel of Winery Lovers has a specific purpose. Starting from Instagram, it’s perfect to share the most emotional pictures from people who tag #winerylovers. On the website, you can find articles about knowledge of wine or reviews of wine events.
Snapchat is dedicated to the backstage. Twitter is the more journalistic social medium with news from all around the world. YouTube for the wine experiences. Facebook is the perfect mix of all the mentioned channels.
And if you don’t want to miss any important news, you’re invited to subscribe to the newsletter! You’ll immediately receive a free bonus: the Wine Dictionary 2017. It has more than 200 wine terms, which will induce you into the world of wine.
Simone Roveda – June 8, 1988
Hi! My name is Simone Roveda and I’m a wine lover like you.
I graduated from Politecnico Milano in Computing Systems Engineering.
My passion for wine started years ago when I was traveling a lot and visiting wineries. When I visit a new place, I like to try its typical food and wine. If you want to discover the places that I’ve visited, you can have a look at my Instagram page!
I want to learn new information about wine to give you more precise suggestions to help you like nobody else can! My first step in learning about wine was to become an AIS sommelier and then to pass the WSET Level 3 Award in Wines with Merit. But that was only the beginning!