Wine Blogger’s Tasting II: The Posts!

It’s been a couple weeks now since the second edition of our Wine Bloggers Tasting series, and as with the first session, I am so so tremendously happy at the quality, quantity, and content of responses from our guests to the tastings. I think it’s safe to say it was another successful endeavor, and that said, I want very much to share with you the posts that have gone up on our guest’s sites so far. Here are some pertinent links (in no particular order):

The Iron Chevsky Wine Blog (in many ways the original inspiration for this event, and always a very welcome guest!)

Santa Cruz Mountains and Santa Clara Valley Wines (In my opinion, any region is blessed to have a devotee of this caliber; a focused dedication and proud regionality in full effect!)

RJ On Wine (one of the most disciplined and meticulous wine writers you’ll ever have the pleasure of reading!)

Kitchen Confidante (an elegantly written and photographed site that provides an excellent entry into the culinary side of the wine equation!)

A Grape Experience (the newest member of our viticultural round table, and a very welcome addition indeed!)

Barton Orchard (great “insider” perspective from a wine blogger who also happens to be a staunch wine program member!)

Luscious Lushes (to the social media & wine naysayers who may still be amongst you, I present you Thea, and Luscious Lushes!)

Cheers, and enjoy the reads! Thanks bloggers!



Categories: Monte Bello, Press Reviews, Social Media, Tasting Flights, Tasting Notes, Tasting Rooms, Wine Blogs

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2 replies

  1. Christopher, it pains me to think that I’m back sitting here at my desk when one week ago at this time were were enjoying Ridge’s fine offerings with you!

    Tyler, Alex and myself had a fabulous time. Thank you again for your time.

    I just completed a little documentation of our experience… I hope you enjoy.

    http://foodnight.blogspot.com/2010/07/food-night-field-trip-ridge.html

    And fabulous blog here, wow! Got it in my faves.

    Regards,
    Erik

    • Thank you so much for your comments Erik, so sorry it took me so long to respond. It was really a treat to have you here, and I can’t wait to go read your post! If it’s half as insightful, humorous, engaged, and enjoyable as your company was, then I’m in for a treat …

      CW

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