This was in thelocal.fr on January 28:
Excerpt from the article:
"Jane Eyre was cutting hair in Australia in 1998 when a chance encounter with a customer led to work experience at a Burgundy vineyard.
Twenty-three years later, she’s become the first woman to be named France’s négociant winemaker of the year by the equivalent of the Michelin Stars for wine.
Eyre readily admits that while working as a hairdresser she “probably drank more gin and tonic” – but a flair for coaxing top-notch wines from storied Burgundy vines has propelled her into the French wine firmament."