Holiday Exclusive I | Guest Wine Writer Series

Holiday Exclusive I |  Guest Wine Writer Series

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Inspired stories about wine and taste makers.

By L.M. Archer, FWS | Bourgogne ML

During this holiday season, I wanted to take time extend a heartfelt thanks to my Guest Wine Writers Series 2016 participants for the joy you’ve brought to readers here.

For those of you unfamiliar with the series, I invited some of my fellow wine writers to join me here on the first Friday of every month in 2016 to shine a light on any rare, obscure, or under-appreciated wine region for which they felt a special passion.

Each writer brought their own inimitable voice, style and skill to the page, capturing readers’ imaginations worldwide.

Didn’t catch the series? Here’s a recap:

№ 1: Village Voice columnist Lauren Mowery  goes wild for South African Wines.

№ 2: Travel and wine authority  Sarah May Grunwald dishes on the Women of Georgian Wine.

№ 3 Wine scientist Erika Szymanski delves into New Zealand Chardonnay.

№ 4Triple threat Jeff Burrows traverses the Wines of Liguria.

№ 5Master of Wine Elizabeth Gabay schools us on the Wines of Hungary.

№ 6 Terroir Champagne author Caroline Henry reveals the secret life of Champagne’s Bioenergetic Wines.

№ 7Petite wine industry influencer Cindy Lowe-Rynning tipples on Maremma: Together, But Different, in Tuscany.

№ 8:  Jura Wine author Wink Lorch offers her Exclusive on Jura Wine.

№ 9: Millennial lifestyle blogger Demetra Molina urges you to move Beyond Retsina:  7 Reasons You Should be Drinking Greek Wine.

№ 10: Award-winning writer Jill Barth wings us through The Wines of Baux de Provence.

In light of its success, I’ve agreed to reprise the Guest Wine Writer Series in 2017, with a few modifications. Look for the 2017 series to run bi-monthly on the last Friday of the month, rather than the first Friday monthly.

In the meantime, thanks for your ongoing appreciation of inspired stories about artisan wine and taste makers.

Cheers!

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