Editor-in-chief of Vinorandum
Paul Caputo is a UK based wine writer, judge, critic and entrepreneur. He is a certified Italian Wine Ambassador of the VinItaly International Academy, and writes regularly for various publications. He previously ran an online wine merchant and successful pop up wine bar, located on Chester’s historic rows. He works mainly in the wine space where he combines his passion for travel, technology, sustainability, and marketing. He is now working on Vinorandum, a wine business startup. Vinorandum is a wine search engine and media platform bringing stories and opinion from the world of wine. In 2020 he won a Millesima Award for his writing.
"Beyond Podcasting: How can audio help the wine industry in a digitised post-COVID world?"
Veteren podcasters Monty Waldin (The Italian Wine Podcast) and Lawrence Francis (Interpreting Wine) are joined by fellow wine writer and audio enthusiast Paul Caputo to discuss the future of audio in an increasingly digital wine industry. They discuss whether, aside from podcasts (doesn’t everyone have a wine podcast these days?), audio might be a format that can be utilised by producers, journalists, wine professionals and consumers to enhance and advance the wine industry in a world that is increasingly having to adapt to use digital strategies of engagement. Wine has always been associated with what we taste and smell, can it be what we hear as well?