There was a time a year or two ago when it seemed like every month there was some other set of awards for bloggers to compete for. It's been quiet for a while now, but in conjunction with the upcoming (sold-out) Foodbuzz Bloggers Festival, they have launched the Foodbuzz Blog Awards.
If you read this blog, then chances are you read a number of them, and so you may want to go check out the nominees. Vinography has been graciously nominated along with several other excellent wine blogs in two categories: Best Wine Blog, and Blogger You Would Most Like to Have as Your Sommelier.
There are all sorts of other categories that, at the very least, will likely turn you on to some top writing talent in the food and wine world, so I encourage you to check out the nominees.
But most of all, I would appreciate you taking the time to cast a vote for me and anyone else you feel is worthy of recognition.
You can vote here. Thank you in advance for taking the time to vote, and for your readership and support.
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