Originally from Argentina, Sergio moved to Scotland over 20 years ago fully embracing the culture and place. His specialty is Scottish history with a focus on Edinburgh and its development from a Medieval city to a capital of European Enlightenment in the 18th century.
Nikki is an entrepreneur, creative and drinks book author, inspired by the stories and flavours in wine, whisky and beer. Her love of language and cultures took her into the wine industry straight out of her BA in Economics and languages, where a number of stints in France and Spain kickstarted her love of wine and interest in the role of food in culture and how eating together brings people together. A theme that continued into her MSc in Gastronomy at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh. After a career in the commercial wine trade she set up her own business dedicated to decoding wine and other similar drinks for everyone, the result of this is a digital, event and training business based around her unique flavour maps. Edinburgh is an adopted city for Nikki, who embraces all elements of life here, especially the festivals during August. Work keeps her pretty busy, but when she's not organising a whisky or wine pop up bar you'll find her with glass in hand or cooking for friends with some locally sourced bootie!
Originally from Speyside in North East Scotland, Anne came to Edinburgh to complete a degree in modern languages at Edinburgh University and has stayed in this beautiful city ever since. Her career has always been in tourism and she loves to share her enthusiasm for her home city and native country with visitors, whether on a walking tour of Edinburgh’s hidden gems or further afield out into the stunning Scottish countryside.
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