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)
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