Wine Blogging

    The Wine Blogging Community Is A Joke (But It Doesn’t Have To Be That Way)

    … During the recent Wine Bloggers Conference in Santa Barbara, I performed one of the more self-serving actions of my entire life (and that’s saying something, right there). During Corbett Barr’s keynote speech, I clapped deliberately and loudly when Barr told the conference-goers that the wine blogging community needs to do more to work together…

    19 readers - By 1 Wine Dude

    PRIMER FOR BLOGGERS: Winery flow chart for story lines

    … So many people are blogging about wine today: from pros, to connoisseurs, to hobbyists… Pros, it’s another platform. Connoisseurs, because it’s fun to share their thoughts, and maybe… just maybe… it will turn into later creds… like Robert Parker did for himself. Hobbyists are writing about their experience, simply because they enjoy the beverage, want […] The post PRIMER FOR BLOGGERS: Winery flow chart for story lines appeared first on Wine Blog. …

    6 readers - By Wine Blog

    A Rant and a Solution for the Wine Bloggers Writing Workshop

    … I attended the Sunday Writing Workshop at #WBC14 led by Mike Dunne, Jim Conaway and Steve Heimoff, the same guys who were on the Saturday Wine Writer panel I wrote about here. The Sunday workshop had problems in my opinion, so I’d like to offer a solution on how to fix it for future conferences. Oh, and I’m going to rant a bit too, so read…

    2 readers - By Come for the Wine

    My Wine Writing Philosophy

    … it was a wine region until I moved to the East Coast after college. Unrelated to the conference, I’ve been asked what got me started wine blogging and why I write about wine a number of times lately, so I thought, what better time to jot down a treatise on that subject than right before I devote myself to it for four days straight? First and foremost…

    4 readers - By Rebecca Gomez Farrell
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