by Lori Budd
The place to come to experience all aspects of wine. I promise I'll never tell you what to drink, but I'll always share what's in my glass. Award winning blog by the owner of Dracaena Wines, a boutique winery in Paso Robles, specializing in Cabernet Franc. WSET L2 Distinction
by Evmorfia Kostaki
Wine thoughts, form the Greek island of Samos.
by Steve From The Trellis
Truth, justice and the pursuit of value priced wine based experiences. A casual blog about all things wine. From tasting new bottles to storage to new gadgets and pairing wine with food. For the novice through intermediate, I am trying to get more people to open their minds, their mouths and their palates.
by Jeff Kralik
I have three passions: wine, bikes, travel, family, and math.
by Marla Durben Hirsch, Jessica Hirsch, And Bobby Hirsch
Wine With Our Family is a blog dedicated to wine and travel. Our goal is to share our insights, lessons learned and practical knowledge gained in our travels – specifically as it relates to wine. Marla is also a Level Two Wine and Spirit Education Trust (WSET) professional.
by Rob Tebeau
A blog devoted to exploring wines made from unusual grape varietals and/or grown in unfamiliar regions all over the world.
by Ernest M Gonzalez
After 28 years of talking about taking wine classes I finally did it about a year and a half ago +/-. My first goal was to keep a year long wine diary and I succeeded! 138 wines later I have started writing about the experience and am getting ready to start on my WSET [The Wine & Spirit Education Trust] certification through a local university hospitality program. Salud!
by Aaron Bartels
Follow Wayward Wine (WSET3) to tour the world's exciting vineyards, breweries, and distilleries, while discovering new drinks.
by Jordana Stolow
about a young passionate couple who work in the restaurant business in NYC and go out every monday to have their turn at being on the "other side." Mauro is a chef from Italy and has worked at some of the best restaurants in the world, such as El Bulli (Spain), Marchesi (Italy) and Le Calandre (Italy), and is currently disillusioned with the restaurant world in America. Jordana, his american girlfriend is an x-server of Le Cirque in Manhattan and together they talk about their dining experiences and how restaurants and the dining culture of America could improve.
The Italian abroad wine blog is my wine blog and diary. I founded Italyabroad.com in 2003 and have been living abroad for almost 20 years and this blog is a collection of my thoughts mainly about Italian wine and food, but also wine and food in general. I come from an Italian wine making family and got acquainted with wine at a very early age, but I don't just love Italian wine, I love any good wine and enjoy plenty of it, as well as good food and travelling, and often my posts include a bit of everything.