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Nominate Now: Best Single Subject Wine Blog 2011

by Allan on May 25, 2011

Please nominate a blog for this award by adding a comment below. Criteria: 1) Should have as the focus of the blog a single, relatively narrow subject such as a country, a single appellation, a single varietal or type of wine, retailing, wine tourism, one aspect of the business of wine or any other narrow focus that seeks to consistently illuminate that specific single subject. 2) Should demonstrate a command of, or expertise in, the single subject upon which it focuses. 3) Should be among the best sources of information in any genre for information on the chosen subject matter.

  • http://twitter.com/DrinkWhatULike Morgan

    I nominate Virginia's original and longest running wine blog with a singular focus on Virginia Wine: the Virginia Wine Time blog (http://www.VirginiaWineTime.com).  Though there are several excellent Virginia wine focused blogs worthy of nomination, 'Virginia Wine Time' has been published by two of the states most passionate home-state wine enthusiasts, Paul & Warren, with a total commitment to sharing the message of Virginia wine since 2005.

  • http://twitter.com/DrinkWhatULike Morgan

    I nominate Virginia's original and longest running wine blog with a singular focus on Virginia Wine: the Virginia Wine Time blog (http://www.VirginiaWineTime.com).  Though there are several excellent Virginia wine focused blogs worthy of nomination, 'Virginia Wine Time' has been published by two of the states most passionate home-state wine enthusiasts, Paul & Warren, with a total commitment to sharing the message of Virginia wine since 2005.

  • http://twitter.com/DrinkWhatULike Morgan

    I nominate Virginia's original and longest running wine blog with a singular focus on Virginia Wine: the Virginia Wine Time blog (http://www.VirginiaWineTime.com).  Though there are several excellent Virginia wine focused blogs worthy of nomination, 'Virginia Wine Time' has been published by two of the states most passionate home-state wine enthusiasts, Paul & Warren, with a total commitment to sharing the message of Virginia wine since 2005.

  • http://twitter.com/TheGoodWineGuru George R Perry

    I nominate Swirl, Sip, Snark (http://www.swirlsipsnark.com) . Even living in Virginia, they are the source I use to find out what everybody is doing in the state when it comes to wine, and their fun approach to wine is engaging and welcoming to wine lovers of every level.

  • Steve

    http://lennthompson.typepad.co
    It has to be Lenn Thompson's great blog, The New York Cork Report.  I am a rapid fan and reader.  Lenn and his crew get great access to the important people in the emerging New York Wine Scene and the conversation is always respectful and interesting.  SG

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  • http://wine-zag.com Awjapko

    Rich Auffrey for his amazing expertise, focus, and perspective on Sake http://passionatefoodie.blogsp

  • Jennifer Turner

    http://www.vinofreakism.com

    Concentrates on authentic, natural wines

  • nec spe nec metu

    i nominate dobianchi for so many reasons, with italian wine being one of the best values on the market today, do bianchi gives thorough knowledge, breaking news on italian wine… passion, and a respectable palate.  Also a wonderful musician one never gets bored browsing…
    cheers

    http://dobianchi.com/

  • Kerri0

    I'd like to nominate:  theother46.com & newyorkcorkreport.com

  • Roger

    I nominate Bacchus and Beery Wine Blog http://www.bacchusandbeery.com  Focused on Small, Family and Artisanal wineries

  • Drgarydaniel

    Kim Wallace Wilmas's Wine world.  Great stuff Love it

  • winemonologues

    I nominate http://www.michiganbythebottle.com for their undying coverage of the Michigan Wine Industry. Shannon and Cortney Casey are true warriors for Michigan wine.  They truly “support the state with every sip”.

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  • LMS

    I nominate http://www.wine-dingroad.com – a blog focused on wine and travel on the west coast (CA, OR, WA)

  • Nick

    Natural Wine Blog! http://www.jennyandfrancois.co

  • Shane

    I nominate Lonely Grape (http://www.lonelygrape.com.au) which concentrates on the McLaren Vale wine region of South Australia.  The blog includes weekly winery reviews (or similar commentary), wine tasting videos (YouTube) and cellar door map and winery contact details.

  • http://nosnob.com Chuck

    http://nosnob.com – wines under $20

  • Gormancrew

    http://www.unoakedchardonnay.com  Focuses on one type of wine, but slips in fantastic tips on good living in general!

  • Justin

    My favorite wine blog is wine-dingroad.com which is primarily focused on California wine tasting tours.  The posts are written with creative, engaging prose focusing on the overall winery tasting room experience – not just tasting notes of the wine.

  • Dear Friend

    Great focus on Bulgarian red wine specificly. Check http://blog.bobbybest.com

  • Jon Thorsen

    The Reverse Wine Snob:Thumbing my nose at bottles over $20! http://ReverseWineSnob.com

    Reviews on wines under $20. Uses a rating system
    that builds price into the overall rating, so the more expensive the
    wine the better it has to garner a high rating!

  • http://www.coloradowinepress.com K. Schlachter
  • JR

    http://fringewine.blogspot.com

    Focus on unusual grapes.

  • Shood

    http://bubblyprofessor.wordpre

    News from the trenches of a full time wine educator.

  • Karen

    http://www.andiamotrips.blogspot.com  campania italy wines

  • Greengal

    This blog is about traveling to the wine country. I love this blog because it makes me feel like I am there. The WineTraveler is the name of the blog. http://www.winecountrygetaways

  • Kellywelly68

    The Virginia 2010 Vintage – A year through the eyes of vigneron Jeff White of Glen Manor – http://donrockwell.com/index.p

  • JG

    VintageTexas (http://www.vintagetexas.com) is an amazing resource for learning about Texas wines and, more importantly, the compelling stories behind the industry that make it so special. Russ Kane is wonderful resource and writer, and his blog definitely deserves this award.

  • Rjlight

    I love that bodegaspanishwines.com focuses on Spanish wines. The writer is very knowledgeable about all Spanish wines and it is clear with each post .

  • Cleo

    I nominate http://www.secondlabelwine.com.  There is virtually no information on the net about second labels and they can be some of the best value wines in the world.  This blog is long overdue and they do a great job of not just reviewing the wines, but also going deep into detail about the winery and the people behind the wines.  High marks for this blog.

  • http://twitter.com/bodegawine Rick Fisher

    correction to the site address: http://www.bodegaspanishwine.com

  • LyleTosch

    Not totally on a single subject, but close enough: http://www.coloradowinepress.com

  • Dave

    I would like to nominate The Napa Valley Wine blog; http://www.thenapavalleywinebl….  This blog offers great advice for a person traveling to the Napa Valley.

  • Denise
  • http://twitter.com/goodgrape goodgrape
  • John Kafarski

    I nominate The Wine Culture Project – Preserving Wine's Sense of Place. http://www.winecultureproject.com

  • Veronica

    L. Fass' Rockss & Fruit:  http://rockssandfruit.blogspot
    He is a beacon for German wine.

  • http://www.aspaonline.gr/ Aspa

    I would like to nominate Elloinos: http://www.elloinos.com/ a blog that is a hub for producers, merchants and consumers, offering an inside into the world of Greek wines.

  • http://twitter.com/weddingdivino_ WEDDING DIVINO

    What about Sicily, here the best Etna doc producers http://www.antichivinai.it