At Vintage Wine Tours, we report with compassion and place people at the center of every story. We take a people-first strategy in what we report–be it news and lifestyle or politics and entertainment–we cover real stories about real life. No matter who you are, where you live, or what you think, you can depend on HuffPost to help you browse what is going on in the world and how it affects you. We believe the needs, passions, and curiosity of our readers in all our journalism. If something valued to our audience, it matters to the company.
At Vintage Wine Tours we care:
Listen to our subscribers and cover the subjects that matter to them;
Cover a Wide Range of topics and different viewpoints in a sincere, relatable voice;
Are truly both local and global, with locally staffed newsrooms and variants around the world;
Include a diversity of voices that aren’t always part of the conversation.
We think diversity — in who we are, how we tell our stories, and one of the people we compose — is vital to our mission. We aim to write for, rather than only about, those left out of traditional power structures; to approach stories inclusively; and also to serve a diverse audience with stories that weigh. This means including a wide assortment of voices within our coverage, actively pursuing diversity in our newsroom, and listening to our viewers and readers to make sure we are responsive and open as possible.
Standards, Corrections & Disclosures
Vintage Wine Tours jobs to be accurate in its reporting, transparent and comprehensive in its sourcing, and independent and fair in its own analysis. Vintage Wine Tours tries to confirm and corroborate information via multiple sources whenever possible. Vintage Wine Tours grants anonymity to resources so that they can provide information in the public interest without placing themselves at risk; Vintage Wine Tours doesn’t grant anonymity to resources so that they can avoid liability for their own opinions.
Vintage Wine Tours functions to correct any misstatements in a timely fashion, using a correction notice appended to the bottom of the report to indicate what’s been amended and how. More prominent notices may be included for more egregious mistakes.
Vintage Wine Tours includes labeling to indicate when an article is an opinion or advertising content (including sponsored articles ), and we disclose relationships with external partners who might underwrite any area of coverage.