Wine BloggerBloggers offer their personal opinions on a subject dear to their own heart and if they are well known and/or have celebrity status, they will attract a following.? That is not very easy in the wine world and my sense is that stand-alone wine bloggers tend to die on the vine after a few seasons.


If you want informed online commentary on what’s going on in the wine world, you’re best off either sticking with an established website such as WineAlign, which provides this as a derivative of what it does on a ongoing basis, or alternatively finding a wine writer, whose style you enjoy, and subscribing to their newsletter or blog.

Newsletters are listed on the Newsletters page. Wine consultants Tony Aspler and Edward Finstein maintain a regular blog as does blogger John Galea aka Canadian Wine Guy. Try Amato de Civita of Wine Awakenings as a quirky alternative.