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Bloggers Return for WBW, Mostly Because It’s Hard to Put Anonymous Faces on a Milk Carton

Okay – I said we were back…I was clearly being optimistic.  The last six weeks have been challenging for both Grape Envy Guy and me, and this blog had to take a back seat.  Much as we enjoy it, it takes time, and sometimes that time just isn’t there to give.  On top of a general lack … Continue reading »

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Wine Blogging Wednesday Hosts Singles Event, Awesome Pairings Occur

When Joe Roberts, aka 1 Wine Dude, floated the idea of single vineyard wines for the topic when he hosted Wine Blogging Wednesday #75, we immediately let him know that we were in.  When I first started drinking wine, terrior was something I knew noting about.  It’s still something I’d have a hard time explaining … Continue reading »

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Pollenator.com Launched to Help Single Vineyards Find Love

We’ve participated in Wine Blogging Wednesday a few times in the past. The idea is that on a given Wednesday everyone posts about a wine or wines based on a common theme. On March 21st, Joe Roberts from 1WineDude.com will be hosting, and we’ll be talking about single vineyard wines. When Joe tossed that out … Continue reading »

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Trenchcoat-Clad Figure Exhorts Passers-By “Bubbles Ain’t Free, Pal, But I Can Cut You One Heck of a Deal”

This month’s theme for Wine Blogging Wednesday is value sparkling wines (i.e., wines with bubbles that cost less than $25).  I’m a fan of sparkling wines, so I knew I wanted to participate in this one.  As a VA wine lover and local wine advocate, you might expect that I’d talk about a local bottle … Continue reading »

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Rhones Not From The Rhone: WBW #71

When this month’s edition of Wine Blogging Wednesday was announced by Wine Cast, the host for this edition, I knew that we’d be drinking local.  It’s true that VA wine is what we do, but WBW also offers us a chance to push out of our comfort zone as was true with last month’s theme … Continue reading »

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A Passport to Spain: WBW #70

While our schedules (and budget) have not allowed us the opportunity to actually travel to Spain, thanks to the revival of Wine Blogging Wednesday, we were inspired to take a virtual trip to Spain by seeking out and drinking a few bottles of Spanish wine.  The folks from Catavino are the hosts for this month’s … Continue reading »

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A Local Dog Strangler: WBW #69

The theme of this month’s Wine Blogging Wednesday, hosted by Richard Auffrey (The Passionate Foodie), was animal cruelty – we were asked to drink a wine made from at least 50% mourvèdre.  How is drinking wine animal cruelty?  Well, apparently mourvèdre is known in some parts of France as the dog strangler grape because of … Continue reading »

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Got Gamay: WBW #68

We had a lot of fun with last month’s edition of Wine Blogging Wednesday, so I was all set to jump on board with the next offering, Got Gamay?, from Frank Morgan at Drink What YOU Like.  This was going to force us to leave our comfort zone of VA wines, but it would help … Continue reading »

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Red Wine for White Wine Drinkers (WBW #67)

This Wine Blogging Wednesday is a first for us, but when I read the theme on Joe Robert’s 1 Wine Dude blog, I couldn’t resist taking part.  After all, while I drink both red and white wines regularly, I tend to gravitate towards the reds, so I like it when those I hang out with … Continue reading »

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