Food, Wine, and Gastronomy Journalism
Meg is a contributing editor and monthly columnist for America’s best-read wine trade magazine, The Tasting Panel, and for farm-to-table consumer quarterly The Clever Root. Her freelance writing and reviews appear in consumer and trade publications, including The SOMM Journal, Snooth, Serious Eats, eBay, Palate Press, Edible Communities, Nomacorc, and Alimentum: The Literature of Food.
Meg has recently traveled throughout France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Germany, Argentina, and many parts of the U.S. to conduct research and taste with wine and food producers. Also an exacting editor, she has guided the launch of three wine publications and mentored scores of writers, seasoned and new. She is former editor at large for Grape Collective and former executive editor and columnist for Palate Press.
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Maker’s Table is Meg’s own publication dedicated to food, wine, agriculture, and viticulture. Launched in 2008, the site features articles, winemaker profiles, and interviews chronicling Meg’s extensive research travel, plus wine reviews cataloging ongoing tasting.
Maker’s Table earned Best Writing in the 2015 Wine Blog Awards and was tapped as a Favorite Wine News Blog in the 2014 Millésima Awards. The site was also short-listed for Wine Blog Awards in 2012, 2013, 2015, and 2016. It has been a Foodista featured site, and its wine reviews are indexed by Wine Searcher and The Daily Meal.