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WBW #11 Roundup has been posted

Beau has posted his roundup of Wine Blogging Wednesday #11, Off-Dry Wines for the reading pleasure of all. Check out the list of 24 different wines with a little bit to a lot of residual sugar.

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taj wrote:
07.09.05 at 9:26 PM

Alder, sorry if this is a bigtime FAQ, but how does one participate in the WBW?

Alder wrote:
07.10.05 at 10:06 AM

No worries. Perhaps its good for everyone to get a reminder. To participate in Wine Blogging Wednesday all you need to do is pay attention to the theme (which usually gets announced a week or two after the conclusion of the last one) and then review a wine that fits the theme on the appointed day (usually the first Wednesday of the month). Once your review is up you e-mail the hosting site and they'll include you in the roundup. Simple as that !!

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