by Joe Janish
Wine reviews, tasting notes and education for the non-snob.
by Annie Shapero
This is the wine, food, culture, and lifestyle blog associated with DiVinoNYC.com, a wine consulting and wine education and communications company operating in New York City. Here you will find wine videos, wine reviews, travel articles and wine education content about wineries, grape varieties, wine regions and food and wine pairing ideas. It's also the best place to follow along with 21 Days to Wine, a free, 21-episode video introduction to wine tasting available on YouTube.
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 Vera Czerny
Writing about interesting winemakers and personalities I met during my professional wine career. My blogs are reviewing wines that stood out for me (personally) or those that I consider excellent value. You can read my thoughts about wine in general, why it became an important part of my life and everything that's related to it. I am also posting a lot of my recipes with a picture of the meal, and suggested wine pairings.
by Roger Stockton
Innovative Wine is dedicated to make your wine experience more enjoyable. Wine and Travel Columnists, Roger and Colleen Stockton share their travels and tastings in their quest for the best values the wine world has to offer. We invite you to join with us as we discover new and wonderful wines and destinations.
by Eve Bushman
I write a Wine 101 column for a local newspaper in Southern California. Calling it Wine 101 allows for both reader and writer to learn. My knowledge is based on 25 years of reading, tasting, classes, events, etc. I've met many experts and have had the opportunity to interview them on varied topics. I welcome your comments.
by Jim Heck & Paul Cook
reviews of ultra-premium wines.
by Walter Schumacher
South American wine and viticulture blog.
by Sandra Shoji
Wine lovers in Japan have unique wine problems! It's finding wines and matching wine and food. It's the impact of weather on storing wines, lack of cellar space, and distance from most of the world's wine producing regions. However, with a little information, Japan, an importer of a vast variety of wines, can be heaven for informed wine lovers. We also have interviews with visiting international wine makers, who let us into their wine world views.
by Julia Crowley
Journalism with a voice, focusing on Oregon wine. Award-winning wine writer & owner of WineJulia.com, Food & Wine Editor @EugeneDailyNews and Snooth Mentor. Willamette Valley & Southern Oregon wine expert. The lusciously elegant Pinot Noir captured my heart a long time ago.