Nick Breeze

nick-profile-secNick Breeze is an established writer, filmmaker and interviewer. He co-founded Secret Sommelier in 2004 

Nick is also an established environmental journalist with a worldwide following. He has interviewed many of the worlds leading scientists and commentators on film and covered the UNFCCC COP21 in Paris for The Ecologist. He is regularly in the British House of Commons as a member of the All Party Parliamentary Climate Change Group and is often at the University of Cambridge, among many other academic insitutions, filming with distinguished experts on a range of matters from climate change, economics, ecology, engineering or polar research. His work has been featured in some of the largest online global media outlets and many of his interviews have gone viral on Youtube.

In recent years Nick had dedicated a great deal of time to communicating and celebrating wine and viticulture on film. With a wealth of experience in producing short punchy content for an online audience, he brings to the wine world a new way of engaging audiences. The objective is to balance entertainment and the imparting of knowledge that makes this subject much more enjoyable. In the world of wine, that usually means pouring a glass and imbibing!

As editor of the site he also manages promotions and video production work. For all enquiries and information please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Telephone: 020 7193 4844

You can also follow Nick on Twitter: @NickGBreeze

Now working in the Champagne region: Nick is now working with Susan Adda based in the Grand Cru village of Bouzy in the Champagne region. For all French enquiries please contact Susan via www.la-champagne.com

After days of picking grapes in one of the world’s most famous wine regions, the pickers get together to drink, chat and enjoy the drinks they are meticulously involved in the making of. 

Also check out local winemaker, Nico’s, top tip for a white Burgundy from Saint Aubin that you don’t have to travel to Burgundy to get!

 

What started in El Quatre Gats tapas bar in Barcelona, soon became an adventure in the Marche region of Italy, that lies along the east coast facing Albania across the Adriatic Sea. El Quatre Gats is famously where Picasso had his first solo exhibition as a young edgy artists in the Catalan capital and I was there dining with Dr Pia Casarini Wadhams, Director of Italy’s only Polar Institute, Il Polo.

 

The Palazzo is located in the centre of Fermo, a small Roman hilltop town with a rich history dating back to antiquity. Flying from abroad, Ancona is the closest airport, 67km north (about an hours drive) along the coast of the Adriatic sea.