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We’re coming to appreciate wine more and more at Kitchen Authority. But we recognize that even though we’ve got a Coravin Wine Opener, there’s a still lot more to learn.
That’s why we’ve put together a list of the top wine lover blogs, so you can learn with us.
Each of these bloggers is a serious expert in the world of wine and their passion and education can’t be beaten.
So, join us in a glass of red or white and a peruse through the best wine blogs the internet has to offer!
While Alder Yarrow’s Vinography may not be doing his liver much good, it keeps him from watching TV and that’s got to be a good thing.
We find his wine reviews to be superbly accurate and we quite enjoy his restaurant reviews too.
Yes, Dr. Vino is really run by a doctor.
Tyler Colman picked up his doctorate at Northwestern and yes, it was all about the wine industry too.
You can’t get much more expertise than that.
On the blog, he examines how wine, business and even politics can interact to make enjoying wine easier or harder than it needs to be.
Hailing from the other side of the pond is Jamie Good who is very well-known as a wine expert by his fellow Brits as he writes for many different wine-related publications.
Wine Anorak is his own blog and in it he reveals his more casual side with an emphasis of opening up the world of wine to the curious and enthusiastic.
Alice Feiring is the wine (and travel) buff for Time Magazine and as you might expect her personal blog, The Feiring Line, spends a lot of time examining the secrets of the wine world.
She says, “I’m looking for the Leon Trotskys, the Philip Roths, the Chaucers and the Edith Whartons of the wine world. I want my wines to tell a good story. I want them natural and most of all, like my dear friends, I want them to speak the truth even if we argue.”
Bertrand Celce’s Wine Terroirs is a very personal venture into the world of wine.
He’s a photographer born and based in France and he covers the wine routes of the nation.
The imagery is gorgeous, the English is a little tenuous but still perfectly readable and frankly, if there’s anything he doesn’t know about French wine, we can’t think what it would be.
If you’ve ever wished that you could have a master sommelier on hand to make recommendations whenever you sit down to dinner, this is as close as you’re like to get.
Fernando is one of the legends of the sommelier world and has won awards and certifications beyond counting for his superb nose for wine and the stories behind it.
His blog Fernando Beteta offers unbeatable value for your time.
Ahem. If you want the “wine; without the wankery” then The Wine Wankers is the right place to come for it.
As you’d expect Conard and Drew, the site’s owners, are both Australians.
Their mission is very simple; they want everyone to be able to enjoy wine without any mysticism or snobbery in the way.
Another Master Sommelier, Tim Gaiser has taught thousands of people around the globe about wine in person and now, he wants to teach millions via his blog.
It’s an excellent resource with tasteful imagery paired with solid writing and intelligent insight, everyone should read it.
Wine Folly is a delight to read.
It’s so well presented and the trio behind it really know the industry.
The video episodes are really good for those who don’t want to read too much too.
Our final pick is Jordan’s Journey at the Jordan Winery which has won many industry awards for wine blogging.
It follows Jordan’s journey as he aims to explore all that the world of wine has to offer.
We hope that you’ve found your next tipple and a blog to read while you drink it from our top wine lover blogs.