Caroline’s passion for wine was solidified by three years of part-time work for the SAQ while she was pursuing a bachelor’s degree in communications at the University of Sherbrooke.
In 2014, after meeting with some of the most talented sommeliers, she decided to answer to her true calling and officialised her entry in the wine industry by achieving an ASP in wine waiting at the Centre 24-juin in Sherbrooke. She then travelled for four months in Europe in order to perfect her expertise in wine waiting, wine growing and oenology.
Her willingness to share her expertise has led her to write wine chronicles for La Tribune, Le Soleil, Le Nouvelliste and La Voix de L’Est.
Caroline loves how wine leads to unsuspecting places. She especially likes wines with a strong history and vision which often leads to strong emotions. She has a knack for unusual aromas, complex tastes and bottles which leave a lasting impression. Caroline has no pretention when she talks about wine. She uses an authentic yet passionate approach. In short, she regards wine for what it is; a source of sincere shared moments!