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Best Wine Blog Posts for July 3rd through July 30th

Date: Sun, Aug 2, 2009 Wine Tasting Wine Business

Best of the wine blogosphere for July 3rd through July 30th: Cabernet Franc: What We Learned From 656 Glasses of Wine The Coming of Age of Wine Blogging Jancis Robinson Talks About Her Career in Wine at IPNC The Sierra Gap – and more on American wine consumers The Blob: Will the wine industry co-opt social media for its own [...]

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The Why & What of Amateur Wine Writing

Date: Tue, Jun 2, 2009 Wine Tasting Wine Business

Image by nasv via Flickr Josh Hermsmeyer, the guy behind the must read Pinotblogger site, has issued a challenge to all wine bloggers and will reward the winner with a prize of up to $1,000 depending upon how many respond to his call. In a nutshell, he is asking us to answer two questions: Why are you [...]

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The Why & What of Amateur Wine Writing

Date: Mon, Jun 1, 2009 Wine Tasting Wine Business

Image by nasv via Flickr Josh Hermsmeyer, the guy behind the must read Pinotblogger site, has issued a challenge to all wine bloggers and will reward the winner with a prize of up to $1,000 depending upon how many respond to his call. In a nutshell, he is asking us to answer two questions: Why are you [...]

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The Future of Wine Writing

Date: Sun, May 31, 2009 Wine Tasting Wine Business

Image via Wikipedia “There’s something happening here / What it is ain’t exactly clear…”                             — Stephen Stills, “For What It’s Worth” I’ve been away from the blog for much of this month but have been keeping up with my reading and, oh [...]

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The Future of Wine Writing

Date: Sun, May 31, 2009 Wine Tasting Wine Business

Image via Wikipedia “There’s something happening here / What it is ain’t exactly clear…”                             — Stephen Stills, “For What It’s Worth” I’ve been away from the blog for much of this month but have been keeping up with my reading and, oh [...]

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Best Wine Blog Posts for April 15th through May 29th

Date: Sun, May 31, 2009 Wine Tasting Wine Business

Best of the wine blogosphere for April 15th through May 29th: News from the trenches Confession! Alice and Reductive Wine Writing Ethics Hermann J. Wiemer 2007 Dry Riesling Announcing TasteNY: A Virtual Exploration of New York Wine, Beer and Spirits Postcard from Germany: A House Divided Life is a Bell Curve Why We Owe Robert Parker Wine Advocate Writers Spark Ethics Debate - [...]

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Best Wine Blog Posts for April 15th through May 29th

Date: Sun, May 31, 2009 Wine Tasting Wine Business

Best of the wine blogosphere for April 15th through May 29th: News from the trenches Confession! Alice and Reductive Wine Writing Ethics Hermann J. Wiemer 2007 Dry Riesling Announcing TasteNY: A Virtual Exploration of New York Wine, Beer and Spirits Postcard from Germany: A House Divided Life is a Bell Curve Why We Owe Robert Parker Wine Advocate Writers Spark Ethics Debate – [...]

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RedTree, Pinot Noir 2008

Date: Tue, May 5, 2009 Wine Tasting Wine Business

It is rare that you see mainstream critics write about so-called “industrial wines” and most unusual when they actually say good things about them. So I was surprised to see Wine Spectator critic Jim Laube blog about an $8 California Pinot Noir a couple weeks ago. Naturally I was curious to taste the wine myself [...]

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RedTree, Pinot Noir 2008

Date: Tue, May 5, 2009 Wine Tasting Wine Business

It is rare that you see mainstream critics write about so-called “industrial wines” and most unusual when they actually say good things about them. So I was surprised to see Wine Spectator critic Jim Laube blog about an $8 California Pinot Noir a couple weeks ago. Naturally I was curious to taste the wine myself [...]

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How I Taste and Review Wines

Date: Thu, Apr 23, 2009 Wine Tasting Wine Business

I’ve been thinking these past weeks about how to post a number of reviews I have in my Evernote tasting log. After experimenting with different formats I think I have arrived at a good starting point that will be refined as I go through your feedback and by just posting reviews. Since wineries have sampled [...]

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How I Taste and Review Wines

Date: Thu, Apr 23, 2009 Wine Tasting Wine Business

I’ve been thinking these past weeks about how to post a number of reviews I have in my Evernote tasting log. After experimenting with different formats I think I have arrived at a good starting point that will be refined as I go through your feedback and by just posting reviews. Since wineries have sampled [...]

How I Taste and Review Wines originally appeared on Winecast. Licensed under Creative Commons.

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Best Wine Blog Posts for March 31st through April 5th

Date: Sun, Apr 5, 2009 Wine Tasting Wine Business

Best of the wine blogosphere for March 31st through April 5th: Wine 2.0 Tasting @ Crushpad A Second Chance - Casa de Sonoma Cabernet Bottled in 1947 Jumping the shark, or What gives a wine writer staying power? High ABV, Vanilla and Oak: California is the New Focus at LENNDEVOURS Pennsylvania Repeals Prohibition! Somali Pirates Take Ransom in Wine US Department of [...]

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Best Wine Blog Posts for March 31st through April 5th

Date: Sun, Apr 5, 2009 Wine Tasting Wine Business

Best of the wine blogosphere for March 31st through April 5th: Wine 2.0 Tasting @ Crushpad A Second Chance – Casa de Sonoma Cabernet Bottled in 1947 Jumping the shark, or What gives a wine writer staying power? High ABV, Vanilla and Oak: California is the New Focus at LENNDEVOURS Pennsylvania Repeals Prohibition! Somali Pirates Take Ransom in Wine US Department of [...]

Best Wine Blog Posts for March 31st through April 5th originally appeared on Winecast. Licensed under Creative Commons.

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Inventing The New Language of Wine Reviews

Date: Fri, Apr 3, 2009 Wine Tasting Wine Business

I sat down yesterday to record another Quick Picks podcast but didn’t come up with a usable recording. No, it wasn’t due to some audio setting mishap or lack of a great wine to talk about but something more fundamental. I didn’t want to read my review. For some time now I’ve been struggling with this notion [...]

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