Finally I got some time to write a blog post I should have had written probably 1 month ago… Anyway, better late than never, right? On the 16th of August I was a speaker at the Data+Women meetup in London. I helped Emily Chen in the organisation of a Data+Women event turning it into (let’s say) Data+Women+Wine!… Continue reading Data Plus Women Go to the Vineyards!
After being in Langhe (Piedmont) last October (click here to read about my experience there), I could not miss the opportunity to visit Tuscany, another place to go to try some of the best Italian wines… Indeed, quite a different experience, first of all because it was very very warm (38-40 degrees). And I did… Continue reading Colline Senesi, Tuscany – August ’17
During Easter I went back home and my dad asked me to create him an “app” similar to mine about my wine fridge. I asked him to collect some relevant data for him and he wrote me on paper the following information: wine year producer country region number of bottles I turned this into a… Continue reading What wine do you have in your wine fridge?
I want to write about my experience in Langhe, Piedmont, where I have been with Davide in October (I wrote this blog about the tasting of a Langhe Nebbiolo). It was really one of the best experiences I ever had! Why Langhe? Because it is one of the best wines production area in Italy and… Continue reading Langhe – October ’16
I started this project about visualising my wines a couple of weeks ago, when I got my (first) wine fridge! I started to organise my bottles and cover the labels with kitchen/ food film and then I got the idea to catalogue them. A Google Sheet, that I can even share with boyfriend Davide, seemed perfect to me. I… Continue reading Tableau, Google Sheets and… my wine fridge!
A couple of weeks ago I was on holiday in Italy, Piedmont, Langhe. It was one of the best holidays of my life, really. The reason Davide and I went there, of course, is for the wines. Piedmont wines and, in particular, wines from this small wine region called Langhe are one of the best… Continue reading Langhe Nebbiolo 2014 -Enzo Boglietti
During my researches of wine datasets, it happened some months ago that I asked Andy Kriebel (@VizWizBI) if he knew where I could find cool wine data. He came back to me saying that our colleague Robin had something… And he actually sent me this picture: My first reaction was… “Oh my, is this a joke??”…… Continue reading Choose right: the best year of the best Spanish wines