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03.08.2007

Vinography Talks About Wine

I'm not sure how many of you readers have time to listen to podcasts (I'm lucky if I get in one per week) and I have no idea how many of you want more of Vinography than you already get, but this week I was interviewed by John Lindner at the Baltimore Sun. John runs a very interesting podcast called "Blography" where he spends time talking with bloggers about what makes them tick and the subject areas they cover.

I spent about 40 minutes chatting with John. Our conversation ranged from how Vinography got started, to tips on ordering wine in restaurants, to food and wine pairing at home. So if you're interested in "hearing from me" as opposed to just reading, you can check out the Blography Podcast.

Enjoy.

Comments (3)

Molly Evans wrote:
03.08.07 at 6:42 PM

Alder, you did a GREAT job on the interview! Congratulations to you. Very informative, well-spoken, commanding presence, you've got it, my friend. I'm sure the interviewer was so pleased with how well that went.

Tim wrote:
03.09.07 at 7:51 AM

I agree with Molly; excellent job. You are a natural podcaster...

Ryan wrote:
03.10.07 at 7:33 PM

Truly enjoyed the podcast. You are a great front man for the wine bloggosphere.

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