This list is intended to help us get a general idea of where our fellow wine bloggers are located, so that we may share special event notices and meetup ideas!  In particular, taste-ups, tweet-ups, and other get togethers virtual and otherwise.’

This is strictly a geographical listing and is not a personal blog roll.

Northern California


Paso Robles / Central Coast

Sierra Foothills / CA

Pacific NorthWest





New England / NY / NJ


Other Locales


43 thoughts on “Blog Roll”

  1. I love this post, L! Next time, invite me…The Judgment of Paris, and the subsequent World Wine Olympics, destroyed the notion that California wine was a lower form of wine.I'm proud to know many of the players involved, and am a big fan of their wines.

    1. Nice to meet you! I'm glad you gave me a shout out, I'm always looking for more Bay Area bloggers. welcome back to the fold!

  2. Hi Thea, We might have met at the WBC. I caught a ride back with the brixchix (Liza I remember) after the conf. to the Flamingo after the Winespies event. Anyway, I love reading the brixchix and would like to swap links with you as well. I'm the winesleuth in London. Cheers! Denise

  3. Hi there!

    Great page!

    I'm in Mission, British Columbia. We're in the heart of the Fraser Valley, just an hour's drive from Vancouver and two hours' drive from Seattle.



  4. This is a great looking page and so informative! I especially like that one blog site in Walla Walla Walla Walla Walla Walla Walla Walla Walla…

  5. Why thank you Walla Walla Winey! If you know of others I should add, please let me know 🙂 I hope to have Blog-Ups more often with this roster!

  6. Thea,
    This is a very handy dandy list. I appreciate the list being categorized by location. It is fun and informative to know where a blogger is blogging from. The terroir of bloggers as it were 🙂

  7. Trying for third time today.
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    Hi Thea,
    Have placed link to Luscious Lushes on "My Favorite Blogs" list. Would like to exchange links. Please visit my blog and let me know.

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  9. Hi Thea, If you would like some old world content on your list please add for news from Bordeaux. Thanks Wendy

  10. Ramona Valley AVA is just an hour from San Diego and has many small wineries. Lenora Winery is Ramona's second oldest, has one of the largest vineyards, grows 8 different winegrapes, has a comfortable and spacious wine tasting room and porch with fantastic views and offers more different wines than any other Boutique Winery in San Diego County. Check them out at

  11. Thnaks bloggers, USA is definitely on my list so I will keep this place in mind. The architecture is so pretty as well. Thanks for sharing!

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