wine BLOG

LOVE, WINE

If you have not heard a new brand of wine from the bloggers then the possibility that it has not been released in the market is very high. Before the mainstream media publishes content, the blogger is already ‘yapping it’ in their blogs.

Print and audio media verifies information before they release it to the public while bloggers write it without even authenticating it.

This is the reason why you can never trust bloggers with information without further verification.

This blog educates you on the recently launched wines as well as different wines in the market suitable for you. Have you heard of Bernard Baudry and Didier Barrouillet? – French wines renowned for their sweet taste.

According to Joe Dressner.com- an experienced wine importer- in his blog quotes that wine tasting is not an avenue to boost your ego but a way of evaluating the kind of content found in the bottle.

Do you just taste the wine and boast about it on social media? That is a habit that has to end today, taste and appreciate the brewer for the time he has spent to create such a brand.

The modern wine bloggers dissolve the fact that it is a drink for the rich or the haves in society.

Anyone can drink wine. It is your pocket that determines the kind of wine to buy at that time. Besides, you do not have to personally buy the wines to have it; it can be a gift or a sign of appreciation for some work done.

The ancient people viewed wines like a treasure and that’s the mind the young people still hold to date. You need to have a reason why you taste wine, is it for prestige or health reason?

Some religious affiliations have specified form of wine they take either for leisure or religious functions- the difference comes in the mode of brewing. In most cases, if they are not alcohol-free then they have bypassed the fermentation process. It is just pure grapes fortified to make them.

What are some of the popular wines found in the market?

  • Italian Pinot Grigio
  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Rose
  • Chardonnay

The famous blogs…

Still, on other blogs for wines, we feature a blog that analyses the trends experienced among wine lovers. Alder Yarrow- a blogger by passion takes a critical look at reviews of most restaurants that serve wine including his own. He finally concludes that the love of wine is more of a personal choice than what the market has to offer.

This explains the difference between wine and beer when it comes to preference. The links to high-end magazines and newspaper journals conclude the reason why his blog has a high ranking in search engines like Google.

Bertrand Celce is yet another wine blogger who takes his work to another level. The French native moves around the country taking pictures and captivating images all revolving around wine to prove his point in his blog www.wineterroirs.com.

The self-proclaimed cork lover has a vast knowledge of all wine around the world.

In case you want to get information about Italian wine then this is the blog to visit.

The owner of the blog Alice Feiring looks at all the dynamics around the wine bottle to evaluate the reason why people love a particular brand than the other.

This made her get a job as a columnist at the renowned Times Magazine.

 

Why read a blog?

There are many avenues to getting information from the public. A blog is just one of them. In the social media streets, people prefer to not only sell their products but use the forum to educate their followers on the reasons why they need their products.

For wine, you will understand the importance of wines to your emotional and physical health.