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Best of Washington Wine Report 2010

Monday, January 3, 2011

Today, a look back at some of my personal favorites from the blog from each month last year.

January’s was a story about misrepresenting price and points on the shelves.

February’s was a Focus Report on Kiona Winery and Vineyards.

March’s was a look at Betz Family Winery.

April’s was a post about 10 myths about wineries, social media, and their interactions.

May’s was a story on the experience of six Washington wineries using alternative closures.

July’s was a post about Fielding Hills Winery.

August’s was a Focus Report on Grand Rêve.

September’s was an interview with Greg Harrington of Gramercy Cellars.

October’s was a look at Saviah Cellars.

November’s was the last of the weekly harvest reports.

December’s was a story about Soos Creek.

Here’s to 2011! Happy New Year!

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1 Responses to Best of Washington Wine Report 2010

  1. Rand Sealey Says:
  2. Thanks, Sean for a lot of interesting and informative postings in 2010. I look forward to more in 2011. Happy New Year to you, too!


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