Tag Archives: Bloggers

Not your Grandfather’s Wine Blog

Wine blogs are in a flurry in response to comments made here, and elsewhere to the print writer panels' critique and advice to bloggers on wine writing at the recent annual Wine Bloggers' Conference. Several blogs authored by both females and ...

I Found Out on Facebook….

There are lovers and haters of Facebook. For the haters, it can be more than you ever wanted to know about your adult child who hints he is destitute and then sends out an "I'm having a kick-ass party" status ...

Expert Wine Reviews May Be Inferior

Our friend Joe Roberts aka 1WineDude penned a great piece about the inferiority of an expert's opinion over that of the wisdom of crowds when it comes to wine reviews. The Dude offered a well-reasoned argument, suggesting, that while it was ...

Another Wine Blog named Top Wine Blog in Millésima 2014 Awards

Another Wine Blog has been named one of the Top 10 Wine News Blogs for 2014 by Millésima Fine Wines. A leading international fine wine merchant offering grand cru from Burgundy, the Bordeaux Grands Crus Classés and champagne to more than ...

Wine Bloggers’ 5-Year Reunion: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly Redux

Thoughts of attending a high school reunion lead to a barrage of emotional responses. From "I Can't Wait!" to "Not just no; but Hell, No!" and plenty in-between, a reunion is different things to different people. For one whom high school ...

Taste Live Sneak Peak at The Wineyard

Join us for a Sneak Peak of The Wineyard at Santa Rosa Vintners’ Square!

When I met Creative Furnace's Cailyn McCauley and Joel Quigley for dinner at Healdsburg's popular Spoon Bar during Sonoma Harvest Weekend, they were bursting with news about a future "base camp" for TasteLive! Now we can share the news with you! ...

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Is PR Giving You a Bad Name?

They say there is no such thing as bad publicity. The thought is that even bad press is better than no press at all. Perhaps. But what happens when marketing and PR gets between you and the press? Sometimes the best ...

East Bound & Down, in Charlottesville for WBC11

Yesterday we left the sweltering heat of Houston in the morning, grabbed breakfast at the airport (never a good idea) and headed east to join our friends at the fourth annual North American Wine Bloggers Conference. Although we had a "direct ...

Wine Writing is Broken? Viva Wine Blogging!

While I would love it to be my full-time job, Another Wine Blog is something that I do in my "free" time - between the laundry, feeding the dog, making the bed and the one-hour commute each way to slave ...

Taste Live! Tuesday: California Chardonnay

The Judgement of Paris put California Chardonnay on the map. In 1976, British wine merchant Steven Spurrier organized a wine competition that pitted top-quality Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay wines from France and California in a blind tasting. Wine geeks and ...