I'm pleased to announce that Vinography is one of the finalists for the 2006 Food Blogging Awards. Vinography was nominated in the category of "Best Wine, Beer, & Spirits Blog." It is an honor to be nominated for a second year in this category, considering that in the time since that first nomination, easily 100 new wine blogs have been started all around the world, probably more. The voting on this award has started and will run through January 18th. If you enjoy what you read here, I'd like to humbly ask for your vote. At the very least you should check out the other nominees both in my category as well as elsewhere. The quality of blogs that have been nominated is very high.
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