Yes, that's right, the increasingly popular and devastatingly hip online wine event called Wine Blogging Wednesday is into its third incarnation on November 3rd, thanks to Seattle Bon Vivant, a well-written foodie blog from -- you guessed it -- Seattle.
In case you're new to the event, it involves purchasing a wine based on a theme chosen by the hosting blog (November's theme is Australian Shiraz) and then reviewing it online, or if you don't have a blog, sending your review in to the host.
It's loads of fun and an interesting way to get the scoop on a lot of wines of a similar type. Mark your calendars!
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