5 Best Wine Blogs

Nowadays, you can easily lose track of all existing wine blogs. It’s enough to search the term wine blogs with Google, for example, to find hundreds or even thousands of results. Moreover, at this time probably, someone is sharing out his / her thoughts about wine on a personal blog. But not all of them are worthy to be mentioned. And here comes the question: how do you decide which ones you should visit?

The selection presented below, it’s not just a simple top 5, it comes from my obsessive need to select only the most valuable articles from dozens of posts published every hour. So, even if you are a wine pro or just an amateur be prepared to subscribe to some newsletters and RSS feeds.

Vinography.com was founded in 2004 as a personal project by the founder and editor Alder Yarrow. The site is now a respected source for non-mainstream wine writing, and one of the most influential wine blogs on the Internet. Featuring wine reviews, editorials, book and restaurant reviews, wine news and wine event coverage, Vinography publishes new content daily. The site's contributors work hard to create an alternative to the traditional sources and styles of wine journalism, partially through its emphasis on the stories, the people, and the passion behind wine.

Dr. Vino talks, teaches and writes about wine. In reality being a doctor, Tyler Colman wrote his doctoral dissertation about the political economy of the wine industries in France and United States. On this site he makes good value wine recommendations looking at the world through the wine glass, bringing in diverse perspectives and lively reader contributions. His wine writing has also appeared in print in Food & Wine, Wine & Spirits, the New York Times, and The Guardian, among other places.

WineTerroirs.com is owned by French Photographer and writer who lives in France and who travels the wine routes of his country and records his experiences in both pictures and stories published on the blog, focused on smaller producers and and discussing anything from wine bars to wine debates.

Spittoon is a blog delivered by the wine writer named Andrew Barrow. This site has a professional air and features a lot of wine news and developments. There is also a focus on food and wine matching, and plenty of good links.

Winecast was launched in 2004, being hosted by Tim Elliott, a wine marketer, entrepreneur, adjunct professor of marketing and longtime wine lover. Several podcasts are produced each year that focus on a wine region or grape variety with tasting notes for these wines along with wine product reviews, tasting tips and other wine-related subjects.


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