Tina Kissinger completed her training as a notarial assistant in 2001 and worked in a notary's office until 2006, while also completing a ‘University Entrance Qualification’ majoring in economics and administration. This was followed by internships in viticulture, at Dienstleistungszentrum Ländlicher Raum Rheinhessen - Nahe - Hunsrück in Oppenheim as well as in her parents' winery, and also a six-month internship at a PR agency in London. She successfully completed her degree in International Wine Business at Hochschule Geisenheim University at the beginning of 2010. In her bachelor thesis, Tina Kissinger dealt with communication about wine in English newspapers as well as the trading of German wines in the British market. During her studies she worked for REWE for almost two years, followed by the position of Marketing and Export Manager at the Heinrich Vollmer winery in Ellerstadt. From 2011 to 2016, she was assistant to the head of the wine buying department at the Reh Kendermann GmbH winery in Bingen, where she was also a member of the works council's economic committee. Since July 2016, Tina Kissinger has been working as a press officer for scientific research at Hochschule Geisenheim University. She is a member of the managing board of the Bund deutscher Oenologen e. V. and a member of the university’s sensory analysis panel, from 2019 to 2021 deputy senate member and since April 2021 for two years senate member. Since April 2023 Editor-in-Chief of DER OENOLOGE.