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Vinography on Wine and Dine Radio

Tired of reading reading reading everything at Vinography? No, I'm not starting a podcast, but I did get interviewed on the radio this week by the woman known as The Wine Fairy -- Lynn Chamberlain, the host of the nationally syndicated show Wine and Dine Radio. I first spoke to Lynn over a year ago about the then relatively new world of wine blogging. Lynn caught up to me after my return from Argentina and wanted to sit down with me and hear all about it. So if your eyes are tired, or you just want a little Vinography audio fix, check out the segment here: (3MB mp3 file)

Comments (3)

cd wrote:
05.08.06 at 1:45 PM

nice little piece. I have to say I'm jealous about your trip. my wife, bro and his wife were attempting to plan a very similar trip, but got pushed off due to other things. hopefully we'll be able to make it happen sooner than later. sounds like you had a great time. cheers.

Pim wrote:
05.08.06 at 2:43 PM

Nice radio voice! But...we'll drink a little more wine before we get on that one? Umm..TMI?

Congrats, Alder.


wineglut wrote:
05.10.06 at 2:44 PM

good radio voice and piece was entertaining and informative. this should help spread the word about Vinography.

An interesting piece of information. I mentioned listening to the interview to my PR lady wife (wine) and suggested that she arrange an interview with Lynn for her winemaker. My wife, who has been slow to embrace the internet, said, "Vinography! That's the blog they were all talking about at the (NVVA) PR committee meeting yesterday. They said that some of the best and most intelligent wine writing is going on at Vinography."

I pass that on only because sometimes it is nice to know what they are saying behind your back.


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