Category Archives: Wine writing

The divide between wine industry and citizen bloggers

A note before you read this post:  I spent months thinking about it on and off.  And after I first wrote it, I shared it with my husband, a journalist friend, and a couple of wine bloggers.  I’ve never showed … Continue reading

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Blogging: Cheaper than a guru.

You may have noticed that there’s been radio silence on this blog for a couple of months. I took some time to decide if I wanted to keep blogging after 7+ years of putting fingers to keyboard. I was surprised … Continue reading

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What do wine writers buy when they’re not drinking for free?

If you gave a party over the holidays, you probably got a lot of wine as host gifts.  We did too.  We love it when people want to share something they like with us.  It gives us a chance to … Continue reading

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Wine and Wagner on the 4th of July?

As I mentioned in previous posts, I read a lot of wine blogs.  And of course, I co-write this one.  But I’m strictly a novice blogger and I hope to improve.  Part of the process beyond reading is to compare … Continue reading

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