I'm really not into the whole end of the year Best Of, Top 100, Great Recommendations, Recap Everything in The Universe, listmaking frenzy. However, Kate, over at the Accidental Hedonist, has decided to run the 2004 Food (and Wine) Blog Awards because, well, no one else was doing it. And they should have been. So kudos to her, and if you're interested in that sort of thing, stop by and nominate your favorite site. Vinography has been graciously nominated for the Wine Blog category among others, and I thank whichever of you readers were so kind as to do so.
Go ahead, check out the nomination process (which goes through December 17th) and add your two cents.
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