Christina Rasmussen is a London-based wine journalist, wine trade and consumer PR expert, wine consultant and photographer. 


Her various thoughts can be found on her blog here, as well as all of her published pieces.

She freelance writes for various publications, in particular www.the-buyer.net and wine.sprudge.com. She has also written for trade-facing importer magazines such as the renowned Les Caves de Pyrene wine blog and for Bibendum’s Fine Lees e-magazine.

2018 has seen her published in Lonely Planet’s Wine Trails: US and Canada, for which she wrote two chapters on Canada’s Okanagan and Similkameen Valleys.

She writes about wines that act as windows to their environment (predominantly their soil and climate). She is fascinated by biodynamics and the way in which this approach can convey a certain unspoken energy to wine. She writes in hope of communicating the often unwritten side to wine that primarily revolves around emotion.

She has a fascination with ampelography.


Christina has worked for Westbury Communications with MD Sue Harris since 2014. They represent wine companies and regions around the world, advising them on in the UK market and working closely with the trade and wine journalists.

This ranges from work with tiny artisan winemakers to global brands. Every campaign is tailored - work can vary from helping producers to enter the market, to generating national and trade coverage, to organising tastings, to launching new wine companies.


You can reach out to her if you need help with creating a wine list, or wine-related content.


All photographs on this website are taken by her, unless stated otherwise.


"Christina Rasmussen is one of a new generation of writers who rejects the old school points-based critics' approach, and instead unearths authentic, biodynamic and natural wines with stories to tell."

- Dr Jamie Goode