Paige is currently pursuing a master’s degree in viticulture and enology from Hochschule Geisenheim University (Germany) and Insitut Agro Montpellier (France). Her research focuses on the impact of climate change on vineyards around the world. She has worked professionally with producers in Tuscany, Napa Valley, and Long Island. Previously, she was a researcher at the University of California, Davis Robert Mondavi Institute, where her focus was on vineyard mesoclimate variability and its impact on grape berry composition. She holds a Bachelor of Science “Magna Cum Laude” in Geology and Geophysics from Yale University, where her research utilized organic geochemistry to reconstruct paleoclimates. In 2021, she received the Wine & Spirits Education Trust Level 3 Award in Wines.