Monday, June 10, 2013

2013 Best Single Subject Wine Blog

I am honored and humbled to announce that Washington Wine Report won the Wine Blog Award for ‘Best Single Subject Wine Blog’ 2013. There was a great group of finalists this year, all of who were deserving and merit your attention. The finalists were: On Reserve: A Wine Law BlogNew York Cork ReportMad About MadeiraOn The Wine Trail in Italyand Stuart Pigott’s Planet Wine. Please give them a look!

I would like to thank the judges as well as everyone who voted (NB: Paul Gregutt was one of this year’s judges but did not vote in this category). I would also like to thank contributors Richard Duval, Ryan Messer, and Erika Syzmanski as this is truly a team award. We’ll do our best to earn another nomination next year.

See the complete list of this year's winners here.

11 comments:

  1. Well deserved recognition of the quality of your research, thinking and writing, Sean. Congratulations!

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  2. Congratulations!! Well earned!! Keep up the fantastic wine blogging.

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  3. Love to have you on the Radio show this weekend... would be a 10:15am call in time for you Sean / Saturday.

    Cheers! Keith Miller keith@wineliferadio.com

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  4. Congratulations Sean on your well-deserved award!

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  5. Congrats Sean! you deserve it!

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  6. Congratulations Sean. Much deserved. Slainte

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  7. Congrats Sean!! Well deserved! Cheers

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  8. Sean,

    A bit late to the party on the congrats, but I wanted to say that I pretty much come here everyday to see what you have to say. I may not always chime in, but there has been tons of valuable info over the years.

    Thanx

    Micah

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  9. Sean...
    Simply not a surprise... but congratulations anyway. And thanks for all you do for the health of the industry Allen Shoup

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  10. Congratulations Sean! Very much deserved. You have been one of my primary sources of information on Washington wines for years now and it's nice to see the recognition.

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