The American journalist and wine critic
Lisa Perrotti-Brown (* 1968?) Was born in Maine ( USA
) born. After completing her studies in English literature, she moved to England in 1989 and worked as a playwright and in a wine bar. This aroused their interest in the subject of wine, which was the reason for the study and graduation with diploma at the WSET
(Wine & Spirit Education Trust) in London. She then spent 12 years in various sales and marketing positions in the wine industry.
In 2002, Lisa Perrotti-Brown moved to Tokyo ( Japan
), where she worked for the "Academie du Vin". She visited many Japanese and other Asian winegrowing regions and dealt intensively with the topics viticulture and winemaking
for the purpose of improving the quality of wines from local grape varieties. She then moved to Singapore in 2008, where she studied for 5 years Master of Wine
graduated. In 2013, she became editor-in-chief of US wine critic Robert Parker
founded "Wine Advocate. She is considered one of the most influential women in the wine world.