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From enobytes.com
We all love our great wines, but sometimes we forget how difficult it can be to actually produce them. Some of the biggest burdens are borne by the lowest workers on the totem pole. ¡Salud! is an organization that supplies needed medical services in support of Oregon’s wine industry. One of the ways it raises money is through its annual auction, which has some pretty fabulous lots each year. Help out a great cause and read all about it on enobytes.com.

From Biggerthanyourhead.net
Wine blogger Fredric Koeppel has recently returned from a trip to Chile and Argentina, and while he has documented his winery visits with copious notes and wonderful background information, what really stood out for me were his food vignettes. It’s worth a visit just to see the pictures of traditional Chilean barbeque with its roasting spring lamb!

From Steveheimoff.com
Steve has the run down on two propositions coming up on California’s ballot this week. These propositions will affect how wines can be taxed in California, and, while this may be a local story, I think it illustrates the trouble the wine industry faces nationwide.

From Catavino.net
Couldn’t make the conference? Ryan Opaz has a page with links to photos, videos, and social media streams, allowing you to see what really goes down when 200 bloggers hit the scene.

From Dr.Vino.com
Dr. Vino, aka Tyler Colman, stirs things up with his discovery that wine stores in New York State -- well, at least one -- are offering online consumers better deals than those featured on their shelves. What do you think? Are you an active shopper or willing to pay the price for convenience when you need that bottle?

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  • take me off your e mail list,Thank you Roy Trifilio

    Oct 30, 2010 at 2:33 PM

  • Keep up the great work on your daily blog. I know it is hard work! You are appreciated!

    Oct 30, 2010 at 4:52 PM

  • For Dr. Vino, its not clear whether is discovery is for the world at large or for "online customers" who have registered at the store. Many small businesses do special things for regular customers, in person or on line. But does it matter? Many things are available on line at lower prices than in stores. In the world of wine, a good relationship with a good store is invaluable. I've found the right one for me. Go find a good store and support it.

    Oct 31, 2010 at 9:34 AM

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