Posts Tagged“wine bloggers conference”

2015 Wine Bloggers Conference to be Hosted by the Finger Lakes Region

The Wine Bloggers Conference, a yearly¬†event that helped inspire my own annual TasteCamp event — is coming to the Finger Lakes wine region August 13-16, 2015. A great ‘get’ for the region — any group that can get this event off of the west coast deserves kudos — it should bring much-deserved attention to one of the most exciting wine regions in America. A press release from Finger Lakes Wine Country said that organizers are expecting 300 attendees. There will be more information available soon, but in the meantime, here’s that press release: 2015 WINE BLOGGERS CONFERENCE COMING TO FINGER…

Wine Bloggers Conference 2008: The Vineyard Walk

Veteran grape grower Jim Murphy talks about vineyard lifecyles and machine harvesting. There will be several posts about the recently completed Wine Bloggers Conference out in Santa Rosa, but I thought I’d start with what was one of my favorite parts — the vineyard walk. We had several different vineyards we could walk/hike and after deciding to take the easy route and pick one of the flatter, shorter walks, I was harassed by two of my in-shape WBC friends (namely Erika and John) into joining them for the most strenuous one. In the end, I’m glad that I did… even…

Wine Bloggers Conference 2008, October 24-26 in Sonoma, CA

It’s not every day that I have something as exciting to announce as I do today. So, without further adieu, I’m happy and proud to announce that wine bloggers from across the country (maybe the world), will be descending upon Sonoma County, CA on October 24, 2008 for a three day conference, the first conference of its kind. It’s the Wine Bloggers Conference 2008. There will be speakers like Gary Vaynerchuk and Alice Feiring, vineyard walks, tasting competitions and wine dinners. There will also be an informal (or maybe even a formal) New York wine tasting if I can get…