Archive for the Tag 'Wine Writer'

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Meet Daniel (Danny) Mangin ~ A Wine Writer for Fodor’s Travel Destinations and Guides

With Fodor’s Travel Guides, we can explore world regions from the eyes, ears, and penmanship of regional writers. Many of our own decisions are based on the reviews in print and online, about these fabulous and global places of interest. USA Europe Africa and Middle East Asia Australia and The Pacific Canada Caribbean Mexico and […]

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Kathleen Willcox – A Wine Writer’s Name to Remember, Read, and Enjoy

It’s been a while since I’ve shared information about other wine writers. There certainly has been a cadre of new people, I just haven’t been as aggressive as I was when I first started my blog, spending weekends and then scheduling for the week, as I did, starting in 2005. It was pre small and […]

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When Wine Spectator rises to the top again, you know the cycle is over

SUBTITLE: Wine Blogs Then (2005) and Wine Blogs Now (2020) ~ 15-year perspective THEN In 2004, as a wine publicist, I had heard rumblings about an Alder Yarrow. It seems he had a wine blog called Vinography. I had heard about Web 2.0, and this guy was doing it. Hum, I’ll have to check this […]

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A New Book From Dick Rosano ~ The Secret of Altamura

If you’re looking for a wine county novel to read, Dick Rosano’s books won’t disappoint you. He’s an excellent author.

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Wine? Get over it with wine writer Jonathon Alsop

A long time friend and wine associate, Jonathon Alsop is also is the owner of the Boston Wine School. In the early years of my wine blogging (2006), this was one of my first focused blog posts, being duly fed up with wine’s pomposity. I wrote, Everyone Has a Palate. Wine doesn’t deserve the elitist hype […]

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Some common misconceptions about wine blogs + reality checks

The following are some are common misconceptions about wine blogs, and I’m taking it a step further by presenting a reality check to go along with each misconception. This is coming from a seasoned wine pro, who is also blogging. Additionally, I’m very aware of the cadre of wine writers who’ve come before many of […]

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The Walman Report ~ Jay & Nancy Walman ~ Wine Writers

The relationships between a wine publicist and media people are very interesting. I dare say that for the last 19 years of being a wine industry publicist, my relationships with wine writers, including the additions of wine bloggers, have been 99 percent charming, endearing, and positive… with lots to write home about. I have great […]

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Dewey Decimal System and other dinosaurs

Travel agents encounter CheapTickets.com = direct on-line shopping Hotels.com + Avis.com = the inevitable Dewey Decimal System + Encyclopedia Britannica = Google.com Newspapers encounter AOL = On-line publishing Magazines + MSN = On-line “living section” Name the industry + Internet = evolution Wine writers encounter wine bloggers = writers That’s where we’re at with wine […]

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How do Hurricane Katrina and wine come together in the same breath?

The wine writers I’ve featured on this blog, up to this point, have been people I’ve worked with over the years. Recently, I was asked by wine writer Lorrie LeBeaux if I’d write about her on my blog. Lorrie S. LeBeaux ~ originally from New Orleans ~ Wine Writer #37… “Hum…” I thought to myself, […]