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Below is a list of known posts from July 1st to July 7th related to the 2010 Wine Bloggers Conference. Please add links to additional posts during this time period to the comments section.

From the blogosphere…


1 Wine Dude discusses the case for Washington Syrah.

Drink Nectar
gives a video recap of WBC10 and links to numerous blog posts.

Wine Tonite! writes about the foundation of Washington wine.

Vindulge writes Part II of the most memorable moments from WBC.

Juicy Tales by Jo Diaz writes about the merits of speed tasting.

Paul Gregutt asks wineries for their feedback on the conference. He also asks how easy it truly is to criticize.

Reign of Terroir writes about Rotie Cellars.

Travel Plus Wine does a video post on how to saber a bottle of champagne.

On the Vine writes about day 2 of the WBC-or-Bus trip.

The Hosemaster of Wine writes about what he learned at WBC10.

Foodista writes about the conference.

Vinotology gives the good, the bad, and the ugly. He also writes about a pre-conference trip to the Willamette Valley, says that the Yakima Valley is just like home, and writes about living large in Walla Walla.

Raised on Rock writes an extended post about the conference.

Olsen Estates posts pictures from the conference.

Elixir Vitae writes about Rotie Cellars. He also writes about Riesling, Gruner, Canoe Ridge, and Buty Winery. Read a post on Buty’s Rediviva of the Stones here.

Enobytes gives some highlights from the conference including a few video posts.

WINEormous writes about being impressed by Washington wine country.

Write for Wine says WBC is an individual experience.

Wine & Food Culture writes about the drive to WBC.

Northwest Cork and Fork writes about the first part of the WBC-or-Bust tour.

Woodinville Wine Update writes about the downtown wine walkabout at WBC. Shona also writes about what she learned at WBC, the taco trucks, the WBC-or-Bust pizza party, and Cave B.

Beau’s Barrel Room does a conference video.

Food Truck Times writes about the taco truck tasting.

Wines and Stilettos says WBC is the place to meet people.

Wineheimer writes about a trip to K Vintners.

Winexpert Toronto Beach Winery writes about WBC.

Write for Wine writes about WBC.

Through the Walla Walla Grapevine writes about sour grapes. Catie also writes about happenings at the conference.

DallasWineChick.com writes about what she learned at WBC10.

Wine Peeps writes about the food and wine pairing with Chef Jeffry Saad.

Come for the Wine Annex writes about Wine Bloggers vs. Travel Bloggers.

Okanagan Writing compares WBC10 wines to some BC wines.

Seattle Wine Blog writes about Walla Walla Dreaming.

Toledo Wines & Vines writes about Viognier.

Vino Verve gives a video diary from WBC.

The Wine Hub writes about WBC10.

Wine & Beer of Washington State writes about the WBC-or-Bust stop at Pike Brewing. They also give some notable moments, and urge to Save the Walla Walla wineries!

Yak Yak Wine
writes about Picazo7Seventeen. Chris also writes about WBC and a half.

Seattle Wine Gal asks how much wine is too much.

Another Wine Blog writes about the WBC-or-Bust ride back to Seattle. They also write about Hard Row to Hoe's Shameless Hussy.

The Vino File writes about who wine bloggers are.

Caveman Wines writes about bloggers, wineries, and PR firms.

Joel’s Blog writes about what inspired him at WBC10.

Suburban Wino writes about the trip to WBC.

Wilma’s World writes about the wow factor of Walla Walla.

Toledo Wines & Vines writes about Alexandria Nicole Cellars.

DeVine Table
writes about Don Carlo.


Leftovers…


Cuvee Corner revists the Washington wine scene.

Vino Companion
writes notes on the conference.

That's all folks!

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6 comments

  1. Ken Payton Says:
  2. Posted last night, an interview with Billo Naravene of Rasa Vineyards

    http://reignofterroir.com/2010/07/09/the-smartest-man-in-the-room-billo-naravane-of-rasa-vineyards/

     
  3. vintagetexas Says:
  4. Check out:

    Avatar Tales (or Tails) from the Wine Bloggers Conference 2010 (As seen through the eyes of Twitter #WBC10) - http://vintagetexas.com/blog/?p=1773

    Great list of liks...

    See you guys next year in VA after my book project is finished.

    Russ Kane

     
  5. Dear Sean,

    It was nice to meet you at WBC. I’m sorry that we didn’t get a chance to talk more. The video diaries and documentary kept us very busy. You can find the video diaries we recorded online at YouTube’s Wine Bloggers Channel. We were proud to be a part of such a great event bringing together a cadre of incredibly talented people.

    Because I don’t work with Washington wines, I know we probably won’t have the opportunity to collaborate on projects or posts, but I want you to know that many in the Napa/Sonoma wine communities are taking note of your blog. You’re doing a fantastic job.

    Our video blog can be found at http://blog.jordanwinery.com. If you have any suggestions on content, please let me know. I’d greatly appreciate the advice from a veteran.

    Hope to see you in Charlottesville.

    Best regards,
    Lisa Mattson
    The Journey of Jordan: a wine and food video blog

     
  6. Lisa, great meeting you as well and thanks for the link to the Wine Bloggers Channel. Lots of great stuff on there! Many thanks as well for the compliment. Look forward to our paths crossing again.

     
  7. Awesome list. Thanks for pulling it together!

     
  8. Pamela, you are quite welcome. Thanks for stopping by.

     

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