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Wine Consumer Online Survey

November 22, 2010

Hello, my name is Veronique Cecilia Barretto. I am a Master’s student conducting my thesis for the Master in Wine Business program at the Burgundy School of Business in Dijon, France. If you drink wine, then I would greatly appreciate your participation in a survey … read on to find out more about it and for the link.

Free Samples Are Not So “Free”

September 29, 2010

At the NAWBC in Walla Walla this past summer, I was in a session where someone asked a group of PR types, “How do I get more free samples”. This sufficiently bothered me, and after the panelists talked about adding value to your site so that the wineries feel that there is a legitimate reason [...]

Top 5 Motivational Tips for Jumpstarting your Wine Blog after the Summer Break!

September 8, 2010

As the chilly weather falls upon us, bringing unbridled excitement from the vibrant chromatic evolution of the leaves and the delicious smells of dark stews and rich squashes, there is also a longing for the past. We reminisce of days spent playing in the warm summer waters, the cracking of campfires and the sweet taste [...]

The Evolution of the Wine Blogging Conference

August 13, 2010

When we created the European Wine Bloggers Conference in 2008, we were under the impression that it would be a simple gathering for a handful of bloggers to chat about innovative ways we can better ourselves and our industry. Far be it for us to consider, not 3 years later, we would have the attention [...]

Webinar TONIGHT: Eco-commercialization for the Wine Sector – Sign Up NOW!

July 27, 2010

Very exciting news! Our friends at the Burgundy School of Business are offering a FREE webinar on “Eco-commercialization for the Web Sector” and showcasing 3 experts in sustainability TONIGHT at 10:30GMT. Environmental issues are a topical issue in the wine sector at the moment. The challenge is that in this period when the wine sector [...]

North American Wine Bloggers Conference Wrap ups!

June 28, 2010

This past weekend, we had a thoughtful, interesting and exciting time at the #NAWBC in Walla Walla. And while we’d love to tell you about it here, we think it’s more effective if you read other people’s accounts, as wine bloggers, at the event. Please browse the links below and add yours in the comments! [...]

London International Wine Fair – The Access Zone

May 21, 2010

For the first time ever, the London International Wine Fair highlighted blogging and social media by giving Catavino Marketing 60 square meters to host tastings, seminars, workshops and more. 3 days of networking at one of the world’s greatest wine fairs proved that Social Media and wine are not passing fads. Make sure to check [...]

Wine Blogger Posts from around the web

April 23, 2010

Just a quick note to remind you that we haven’t gone anywhere. We’ve just been busy with event planning and travel! So for those who are not plugged in, and are looking for the lastest news from around  the Wine Blogg-o-sphere, here’s a few links to keep you happy! Small Ripples Can Make Waves in [...]

Palate Press: The Online Wine Magazine by Bloggers

February 16, 2010

Editor’s Note: Palate Press is an online magazine that features wine writers from all walks of life. From citizen bloggers to big wig writers, it’s packed with stories from wines across the globe. What’s unique about PP is its editorial process. Bloggers are an independent bunch and tend to stay clear from someone telling them [...]

Wine Doctrine or Wine Education: How Wine Bloggers Can Encourage Healthy Drinking Habits

December 3, 2009

“The WINE in MODERATION Programme is an initiative of the European wine sector aimed at promoting moderation and responsibility in wine consumption and contributing towards preventing excessive consumption and misuse of alcoholic beverages in Europe.” This international program, still young in its inception, was created to not only help preserve and promote the culture of [...]