The Wine Siren
Some of the best stories are told over a great bottle of wine.
The story of lifestyle. From creating a fabulous vintage of wine, an incredible meal, to a noteworthy giveback event. Insights into memorable brands, wicked good start ups and the people who make it all happen.
Kelly Mitchell is The Wine Siren. After living in Hawaii since a teen, she took the plunge after 36 years and realized her dream of living in wine country. Now residing in Napa, she is on a mission: To share and demystify the complex processes in making world class food and wine and the people behind them. From the stove to the table, farming, pairing, pouring and creating world class experiences. It’s her passion to cover every aspect of this phenomenal process and break it down for all to understand and appreciate. Her favorite tastes? Chateau Margaux 1965, a glass of Louis Roederer champagne, and Foie gras as prepared by Napa’s 1313 Main Street. She relishes a good bottle of wine and has become indiscriminate about the grape but more intrigued by the quality of the nectar. She explores scores of wine varietals across the globe.
This expert interviewer (with over 400 interviews under her belt) has successful launches of start-ups in five different industries. She loves to collaborate with like-minded people and leverage the best possible results for her clients in wine, food and travel. The challenge is a key motivator for her, curiosity an integral part of her psyche. In her words: “I’ve acquired an algorithm from NASA, created a sexy Studio for web development, and post-production work. Took three companies to multi-million dollar revenue levels, ranked top of a national real estate brand, completed a marathon, and placed 3rd in a triathlon. The Wine Siren is what I love.”
You can find her wine & food adventures on Huffington Post. She been named to Social Vigneron’s Top 20 Wine Influencers, ranking #14 for 2017. She’s co-authored books, but the most important one is the one she is writing now.
How does The Wine Siren do all this work and survive?