Press Kit

Dr. Higgins is Your Perfect Resource (and Interview)
for Wine Region Travel Topics

Dear Media,

Michael Higgins is an excellent resource for those in search of great wine and travel stories. Between his immense knowledge, unique points of view, and “gift of gab”, he will entertain and deliver wonderful material and a fun interview.

Higgins has spent a substantial amount of time traveling and photographing wine regions for over 20 years. His knowledge of wine and wine regions is as extensive as his photo collection. His book series, Exploring Wine Regions, covers numerous aspects of wine regions: wine, wineries, vineyards, accommodations (on and around wineries), extraordinary dining experiences, unique wine-related activities, and so much more. With his outgoing and charming personality, Higgins has befriended most of the people he has met in the forefront of the wine, hospitality and tourism industries.

He is a natural storyteller and makes for an entertaining interview, especially on-air. With proper credit given (references to our books and website), you have our consent to use his photographs along with all the other content he shares.

Geoffrey Weill Associates represents us in our publicity and marketing efforts. This successful New York public relations firm specializes in the travel, tourism and hospitality industries and boasts an impressive client roster. They are passionate about travel and always bring creativity and enthusiasm for us.

Media Contact:
WEILL Public Relations (Geoffrey Weill Associates) • 212-288-1144 •
29 Broadway, Suite 2205, New York, NY 10006
Mark Liebermann, Senior Vice President,
Beth Levin, Assistant Vice President,

Editorial And Social Media
Use Of Our Content

We encourage you to use our content for editorial and social media use as long as you give us credit. Content for our books is conditionally granted for editorial and social media purposes as long as you give credit.

Credit means including the website address along with “Photography by Michael C. Higgins, PhD” (for photographs) and “As Published in Exploring Wine Regions” (for excerpts from the books or blogs).

To receive “on location” photographs, please