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2007 American Wine Blog Awards Announced

wine_blog_awards.jpgThis morning the winners of the 2007 American Wine Blog Awards were announced. Perhaps the most visible set of awards yet conducted for the world of wine blogging, these awards were the brainchild of Tom Wark, a prolific blogger himself and a tireless advocate for the world of wine blogs.

As part of this first edition of these awards, Vinography has won the award for Best Wine Reviews. Thank you very much for your votes. I'm honored to be recognized.

Here is the list of the winners in all categories:

Best Single Subject Wine Blog: The Wine Collector

Best Winery Blog: Pinotblogger

Best Podcast or Video Blog: Wine Library TV

Best Wine Blog Graphics: The Good Grape

Best Writing on a Wine Blog: Dr. Vino

Best Overall Wine Blog Dr. Vino

A hearty congratulations to these winners, Tyler, Jeff, Steve, Gary, and Josh. These folks, as well as the finalists from among whom these winners were chose offer truly some of the best of what the web has to offer to wine lovers.

Comments (20)

TexaCali Ali wrote:
02.21.07 at 11:23 AM

I toast to you - Alder and to all the rest of the award winners!

Congrats! Ali

Steve wrote:
02.21.07 at 1:08 PM

Way to go, Alder, congrats.

Sean wrote:
02.21.07 at 11:11 PM

Congratulations, Alder!

Alder's mom wrote:
02.22.07 at 10:05 AM

Your hard work and incredible energy comes through again. Congratulations Alder!

02.22.07 at 12:16 PM

Congrats Alder! Couldn't happen to a better Alder.

Tom Fuller wrote:
02.26.07 at 3:46 PM

Well Deserved!


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