In my first post, I called my blog “Washington State Wine Blog,” because that’s the topic of this blog — the wonderful wines of Washington state. But I noticed in the last couple of days that some wine bloggers (who have kindly welcomed me to the blogging community) referred to my blog as “Write for Wine Blog” because that’s the name of my business. I write for wine.
To keep things simple, I decided to change the name. So this post now makes it official: the name of this blog is: “Write for Wine, Washington State Wine Blog.”
So you can call it “Write for Wine Blog” or you can call it “Washington State Wine Blog.” Just please keep calling!
We just came back from tasting Fall Line Winery’s 2004 Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, and it remains one of our favorite cabs in the world! Tim Sorenson and his wife, Nancy Rivenburgh hosted a tasting at their Georgetown (Seattle) location today — we got there right after a tour bus-load of people arrived to taste Fall Line’s three 2004 vintages. We enjoyed the Horse Heaven Hills Red Blend and the Red Mountain Red Blend — they are very different blends and each very good in their own right. But our favorite remains the 2004 Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. We highly recommend you try it!
We love Washington state wines, so we know there will be lots to write about in this new wine blog. From wineries in Walla Walla to Woodinville, we plan to write about Washington wines, events, wine clubs, wine bars and more.
What are your favorite wines, wineries and wine bars? Tell us about your wine adventures. Welcome to the Washington State Wine Blog–the blog for Write for Wine, the Web site that helps you write newsletters, Web site content, tasting notes and brochures about your favorite wines.