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10.06.2004

It's Wine Blogging Wednesday

Yes, today is WBW2, the second ever Wine Blogging Wednesday and I'm hosting this time around. The entries are already streaming in from across the globe. My wine review will be put up later this evening -- I plan on doing a pairing with dinner.

If you're just finding out about this event, it's not too late -- just grab a bottle of red wine from Spain, drink it and post an entry on your blog, or anyone's blog. If you really want to participate and don't have a blog, just send me an e-mail with your tasting notes and I'll post an entry for you.

Look for a complete roundup of all the postings tomorrow, 10/7.

Comments (5)

10.06.04 at 6:04 PM

Isn't that kind of a tease?!? I mean, you could have at least been kind enough to mentioned the bottle that you're going to open. Right??? ;)
Cheers. A fun event.

Alder wrote:
10.06.04 at 6:51 PM

Oh, ye of little patience..... ;-)

I'm headed out to dinner in an hour. Review should be up by 11 PM Pacific, and any anxious ones can read to their hearts content.

Kate wrote:
10.06.04 at 8:20 PM

Hi! I hope this is the corret place to post this for you. You can read my take on a 2001 El Coto Rioja at http://www.accidentalhedonist.com/index.php/2004/10/06/wwwbw_2_spanish_reds

Many thanks for hosting this!

-Kate

enoch choi wrote:
10.07.04 at 1:10 AM

Here's my entry.

Jeanne wrote:
10.07.04 at 4:22 AM

Hi there

Thanks so much for hosting - and for your very informative entry! Here is a link to mine, just in case my e-mail does not get through:
http://cooksister.typepad.com/cook_sister/2004/10/wwbw_2_seorio_d.html

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