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03.10.2005

Vinography in The Chronicle

The San Francisco Chronicle published a very nice story yesterday about San Francisco Food (and Wine) bloggers which included a bit about Vinography. I thought it did particularly good justice to the people behind the blogs and the passion that drives them to do what they do. I thought it was great that the reporter, Amanda Berne, actually went to the trouble of setting up her own blog and explaining to the lay audience what it was all about.

In the article Vinography was mentioned as a "favorite read" for much of the Bay Area blogging community. Thanks!

Comments (4)

Geoff Smith wrote:
03.10.05 at 10:11 AM

Nice review. I only read two online sources for wine tips: www.vinography.com and www.wine-pages.com

Cheers,

Geoff

Arthur wrote:
03.10.05 at 1:23 PM

Congrats Alder! Love the photo - a true sommelier for the common man, you are.

Alder wrote:
03.10.05 at 4:20 PM

It also appears that Vinography was listed as part of a brief mention of the 2004 Food Blogging Awards in the Washington Post on Wednesday.

Tana wrote:
03.19.05 at 1:05 AM

Alder, it's so nice to have a face to put with the written voice. You're so young to be so accomplished, and I'm very happy the Chronicle was smart enough to feature your great blog.

Congratulations, and keep up the good work. I enjoy it very much.

Tana B.

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