Our Favourite Social Media Mavens
July 20, 2016

Our Favourite Social Media Mavens

Clerkenwell Boy

Anonymous London-based foodie, Clerkenwell Boy (photo above) is passionate about food, wine and cocktails. So much so that he appears to eat out three times a day. One of London’s most prolific food sharers, he is the person to follow for new restaurant openings and culinary goings on in the Big Smoke.Follow him on Instagram and Twitter.

Henry’s World of Booze

The publishing PR and journalist, Henry Jeffreys started blogging all about booze in 2011. A stint at Oddbins after university spawned a passion for a good drink that only brewed during his day job. He began writing about beverages professionally and contributing to the renowned blog, the London Review of Breakfasts, whilst juggling a full-time job. Henry writes about wine, his favourite drinking dens, wine tastings and muses on the drinks industry in general.

Read his blog Henry’s World of Booze and follow him on Twitter.

Aliye Melton

Aliye Melton began her blog, Cuvee Appeal after moving from California to Bordeaux to embark on an MBA with a focus on wine at INSEEC in Bordeaux. She blogs about wine tastings, her own experiences living as an expat in Bordeaux and diving headfirst into the wine industry.

Read her blog and follow her on Twitter.

Bitten & Written

Bitten & Written is a brilliantly written blog from the food and drink frontlines. It’s written anonymously and hence its tone of voice is very honest and authentic. As well as restaurant reviews, there is a list of favourite haunts and a weekly wine pick.

Read the blog and follow on Twitter & Instagram

Marte Marie Forsberg

Marte Marie Forsberg is a Norwegian food and lifestyle photographer living and working in an idyllic cottage in the English countryside. She takes beautiful, moody images of food, her pet dog Whiskey and her beautiful cottage.

Follow her on Instagram

The Graphic Foodie

Brighton-based Fran is a graphic designer who writes about food. With an Italian heritage, she has a self-proclaimed ‘built-in passion for food’. Expect Brighton restaurant reviews, product reviews and city guides, and she was recently chosen to judge the Brighton & Hove Food and Drink Awards.

Read her blog and follow her on Twitter

The Wine Guys

The Wine Guys is a wine appreciation society that was set up by three schoolmates, Will Church, James Fitter and Sam Hanson, who are interested in wine? They’re young (only 18), fascinated by wine and keen to educate and recruit others! They’re based just outside Liverpool, but their members span the North West of England. Follow for daily news and wine trivia!

Follow them on Twitter


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