The More Stingy the Blogger, the Better?
It seems to me something of a rule (though with exceptions) that the really good writers and thinkers who take up blogging disappoint because they just don’t blog enough to satisfy the desire of their readers for a lot more of their really good stuff. They are stingy.
This is the case with Thomas Pellechia’s "VinoFictions" blog, a source of wonderfully written, provocative, educational and opinionated posts by a man who knows his stuff.
Pellechia is the author of "The 8000 Year Old Story of the Wine Trade", numerous articles on wine and food, and he is a wine educator to boot. He’s the kind of guy you beg to write in a blog format.
And while I’m thankful he does do this, he is, again, stingy with his posts. In 2007 he has produced a mere 28 posts, each one interesting and worth reading. Perhaps it is a condition of being a good thinker and writer that you are also willing only to put out the good stuff, rather than a lot of stuff. This would certainly explain my own relatively frequent postings
Pellechia tends to write about Macro wine issues: Terroir, distribution, Biodynamics, Wine Education, the meaning of terms. It’s really good, top shelf stuff.
Here’s hoping that Pellechia has time to deliver more to VinoFictions. But if he doesn’t I still await my RSS Alert to each of his new post with anticipation.