Text Size:-+
12.13.2004

Vinography in Bon Appetit

I was quite surprised and pleased to learn to today that Vinography was featured in the January issue of Bon Appetit Magazine that hits newsstands today. The issue is about what's hot and new in the food and entertaining world, and apparently food blogs are "all the rage." Along with yours truly, the magazine mentioned Saute Wednesday, SliceNY, The Food Section, and Grocerylists.Org. If someone had but bothered to ask, I could have pointed them to several others of high quality (see my links to the lower left on the front page), but I'm certainly not complaining. I'd like to extend a particular welcome to Bon Appetit readers. Enjoy!

For those who do have not and might not pick up the magazine, here's a
scan of the article.

Comments (12)

Rich wrote:
12.13.04 at 6:54 PM

Congrats Alder. Your work is well worth the nod from bon appetit. A good role model for us start-up wine/food bloggers!

Nino wrote:
12.14.04 at 7:33 AM

Very cool. Congrats on the nod from mainstream press.

Ryan wrote:
12.14.04 at 7:47 AM

That's very cool - I'm happy to see a mainstream magazine like Bon Appetit taking an intrest in those of us online... you're site is among the best of the best, its no wonder they included Vinography =)

Lenn wrote:
12.14.04 at 11:22 AM

Alder...congrats again. I think this is the start of a trend...or at least I hope it is.

Your blog is what LENNDEVOURS wants to be when it grows up...

Fatemeh wrote:
12.14.04 at 5:22 PM

Excellent, and congratulations!

So nice that bloggers are actually getting a bit of solid exposure - makes reviews of all things food & wine much more enjoyable and believable.

Tony wrote:
12.15.04 at 8:51 AM

Keep it going, Alder. Congratulations on the job well done!

Linda wrote:
12.15.04 at 5:32 PM

Congratulations! This is well-deserved!

MLE wrote:
12.16.04 at 12:57 PM

The new BA came yesterday. My wife was thumbing through it while I was cooking dinner:

"Oh, please," she said. "What?" "An article about food blogs! What kind of geek reads about food and wine on-line?"

"Um," I said. "I think my glass is empty..."

Not everyone gets it, apparently, but I'm a big fan. Keep up the excellent work, Alder.

Alder wrote:
12.16.04 at 2:25 PM

Thanks for the excellent laugh. And thanks for reading! It will just be our little secret.

Alder

david wrote:
12.18.04 at 4:24 PM

Wow Alder, congrats! that is big news. well deserved, i might add...

Elissa wrote:
01.03.05 at 8:52 PM

Well deserved indeed.
And I agree with Ryan....defintely among the best of the best. ;)

pete wrote:
01.18.05 at 6:29 AM

Congratulations, Alder! Certainly the "geek" part is right! You've got too much time on your hands.

Comment on this entry

(will not be published)
(optional -- Google will not follow)
Yes
 

Type the characters you see in the picture above.

Pre-Order My Book!

small_final_covershot_dropshadow.jpg A wine book like no other. Photographs, essays, and wine recommendations. Learn more.

Follow Me On:

Twitter Facebook Pinterest Instagram Delectable Flipboard

Most Recent Entries

Vinography Images: Rising Light Book Review: The Essential Scratch and Sniff Guide to Becoming a Wine Expert The Beauty of 2011 Burgundy: Highlights from La Paulee de San Francisco Seven Percent Solution Tasting: May 8, San Francisco Vinography Images: Autumn Cellar Vinography Images: Vines and Sky Are You a Red, Pink or a Purple Wine Stater? 2014 TAPAS Iberian Varieties Tasting: April 27, San Francisco Taste Washington Day One in Brief Vinography Images: Trailing Vine

Favorite Posts From the Archives

Masuizumi Junmai Daiginjo, Toyama Prefecture Wine.Com Gives Retailers (and Consumers) the Finger 1961 Hospices de Beaune Emile Chandesais, Burgundy Wine Over Time The Better Half of My Palate 1999 Királyudvar "Lapis" Tokaji Furmint, Hungary What's Allowed in Your Wine and Winemaking Why Community Tasting Notes Sites Will Fail Appreciating Wine in Context The Soul vs. The Market 1989 Fiorano Botte 48 Semillion,Italy

Archives by Month

 

Required Reading for Wine Lovers

The Oxford Companion to Wine by Jancis Robinson The Taste of Wine by Emile Peynaud Adventures on the Wine Route by Kermit Lynch Love By the Glass by Dorothy Gaiter & John Brecher Noble Rot by William Echikson The Science of Wine by Jamie Goode The Judgement of Paris by George Taber The Wine Bible by Karen MacNeil The Botanist and the Vintner by Christy Campbell The Emperor of Wine by Elin McCoy The World Atlas of Wine by Hugh Johnson The World's Greatest Wine Estates by Robert M. Parker, Jr.