Archive for the ‘Wine Blogs’ Category

May 4, 2005

The “Maiming Ap”

More wine blogs! It seems like every week I come across two or three wine blogs I’d not encountered before. Every indication suggests the blogging phenomena is not a phenomena. I would not go as far as to call it a "killer ap" since this title goes to developments like e-mail, the web browser and PDFs. However, I think it is fair to call blogs the "Maiming Ap" Since wine writing and reporting is not the kind of pursuit that…

Apr 30, 2005

Another Napa Valley Blogger

In my haste to bemoan the fact that there are too few blogs maintained by wineries (I tend to be a hasty bemoaner) I neglected to mention another Napa Valley winemaker who has taken to the blogwaves to share his experience. Randy Sloan and Sasha Match of Match Vineyards maintain a vintners journal as they start out  on their wine industry endeavor. As you might expect, the Journal is a bit of an insider’s ( a new insider’s) look into…

Apr 28, 2005

Where are the Winery Blogs?

I continue to be astonished at the near total lack of U.S. wineries maintaining blogs. I’ve looked around and I can’t find more than three: Anomaly Vineyards (Napa Valley) maintain a blog that chronicles the goings on in the vineyards, in the cellar and in the market place of an ultra premium brand. (disclosure: client) Atelier Winery (Healdsburg) maintains an occasionally updated blog that appears to be aimed at wine club members but has some interesting information nonetheless. Bradley Cooper’s…