2014 Wine Bloggers’ Conference: Live Red Wine Blogging
In my previous post, I shared a bit about the live wine blogging experience. There’s also a part two every year, live red wine blogging. This year, I tasted 11 wines in an hour, almost 12, but I ran out of time. I am not sure if a few of the producers shared some extra wines or what happened, but below is my wrap-up of this very intense tasting. What was really cool about this tasting is that there was more variety, including wines from Arizona, California, Georgia (the country), and Italy. In this post, the wines are ordered in reverse, from the last wine tasted to the first wine tasted. What can I say? It was easier to organize. Lesson learned from the last post.
I am currently a wine club and social media manager located in the Napa Valley. I was introduced to wine by way of current and former travel clients. I am an independent travel planner with Montrose Travel and owner of Vine Journey, which provides customized, virtual travel services for business and leisure clients. My specialties include wine-related business and leisure travel. I speak English, French, and Spanish. I hold Wine and Spirit Education Trust‘s Advanced, Intermediate, and Foundation Awards in Wines and Spirits, a B.S.Ed. in French, an M.A. in French, 30 undergraduate and graduate hours in Spanish, and a D.A. (Doctor of Arts) in Community College and Language Education.
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