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    WBC14: My Thoughts on the Wine Bloggers Conference

    It’s been a little over a week since I returned home from the Wine Bloggers Conference in Buellton (WBC14), and I’ve had enough time to form some opinions on the experience. Overwhelmingly, those opinions are good, and they come from the perspective of a first-time attendee w...

    7 readers - By Rebecca Gomez Farrell

    300 Wine Bloggers Walk Into a Bar...

    I’m not a joiner. I rarely attend conferences unless I’m speaking at them because I have a pretty hectic schedule as it is, but when the annual Wine Bloggers Conference - 2014 was held in my backyard in Santa Barbara winecountry, I had to attend. I had never been to...

    6 readers - By Boozehoundz
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      WBC14: My Thoughts on the Wine Bloggers Conference

      … the story of those people who make the wine. Richard Sanford, who planted Santa Barbara’s first pinot noirs, tells one of his great stories. But I maintain that some of us just want to drink the wine and describe it. For fun, I drew a representation of what I write in the style of the Quini wine-reviewing app, which has been entertaining to play…

      7 readers - By Rebecca Gomez Farrell

      300 Wine Bloggers Walk Into a Bar...

      … I’m not a joiner. I rarely attend conferences unless I’m speaking at them because I have a pretty hectic schedule as it is, but when the annual Wine Bloggers Conference - 2014 was held in my backyard in Santa Barbara winecountry, I had to attend. I had never been to this three day conference before and frankly there was little impetus…

      6 readers - By Boozehoundz

      Jonata {In Pictures}

      …In the heart of the Santa Ynez Valley there are 600 hundred amazing acres. They are at the center of a story you think you know, but you don’t. They are more than words, more than images, they are Jonata. In time, more will follow, more words, more pictures, more story. For now, I share [...]…

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