Below is a link to known posts from last weekend’s 2010 Wine Bloggers Conference. The list has been compiled from various links sent on Twitter, Google alerts, searches, and the like. I have attempted to capture as many as possible. However, I am sure the list is quite far from complete. My apologies in advance to anyone I missed. Feel free to leave comments with links to additional posts. Please note that some of these posts relate to Washington wine while others are specific to the event itself. Enjoy!
Please note that some of these posts relate to Washington wine while others are specific to the event itself. Enjoy!
Wine & Dine Walla Walla gives a WBC wrap-up.
Wine & Beer of Washington State gives five sound bites from the conference.
DeVine Table writes about the food and wine pairings.
Wine and Food World.com revisits a 97-point wine, the Molly Dooker Velvet Glove.
Elixir Vitae writes about Buty Winery.
Catavino.net gives some thank yous.
Okanagan Writing Services writes about the conference.
Reign of Terroir gives a Walla Walla Redux.
Caveman Wines writes about the panel on growing your audience from other bloggers to consumers.
Whyte Wine provides the slides on the Advanced Wine Blogging Strategies panel.
General Wine Thoughts writes about the WBC-or-Bust trip and the conference (scroll past the numerous screens of tags along the top).
Dirty South Wine gives as brief recap of the conference.
Vinotology writes about what he learned at the Wine Bloggers Conference. Brian also writes about the Spokane section of the WBC trip, the drive back to Spokane from Walla Walla, gives a semi-live WBC blog, another, and writes about the front end of the WBC-or-Bust trip.
Tim’s Blog writes about what he learned about WBC10.
Notes from the Cellar gives ten things learned at WBC10 (I am sensing a theme here).
Social Media Chef gives ten reasons for not making a WBC10 top ten list.
WineTube TV talks with Andrea Robinson.
Toledo Wines and Vines writes about the food and wine pairing. They also write about the Washington Wine Commission dinner, the mystery bus tour, live red wine blogging (see part I here), the Yakima Grand Tasting for WBC-or-Bust, Walla Walla Vintners, live white wine blogging (see part I here), Cave B, the winemaker dinner at the Waterfront, the Woodinville Grand Tasting, and Chateau Ste. Michelle.
Vindulge writes about what they found the most inspiring.
Wilma’s Wine World gives part I on the conference.
Tasting Room Confidential writes about the Wine Blogger Awards.
Vinotable writes about Mourvedre.
The Melting Tea Pot writes about the conference.
1 Wine Dude, winner of Best Overall Wine Blog, gives thank yous.
Trellis writes about the conference.
Wine Country BC talks on Wine Biz Radio.
Wine Tasting San Diego gives a view from Eagle’s Nest Winery.
Beau’s Barrel Room gives a Top Ten Pre-Conference list.
Sip With Me! writes about what she learned at wine camp.
Steve Heimoff writes about the conference.
Wine & Dine Walla Walla gives as snapshot of things people have said.
Wine Predator writes about the Top Gun Blogging seminar. She also writes about food and wine pairing, the effective writing seminar, the red wine speed tasting, what’s next in wine writing, growing your audience, a panel discussion with three Walla Walla winemakers, the white wine live blogging session, the advanced blogging session, the winners of the 2010 Wine Blogger Awards, Steve Heimoff’s keynote, the WBC-or-Bus roadtrip, the continued adventures of the bus trip, and Chateau Ste. Michelle.
4488: A Ridge Blog gives live wine blogging notes. They also write about a day in the vineyards, words of writing wisdom, write live wine blogging notes (here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here). They also do a video post on the opening night and the first afternoon.
The Vineyard Vlog posts slides from the Top Gun Blogging panel.
Vintage Texas writes about the conference through the eyes of Twitter.
The Southern Oregon Wine Blog writes about live blogging on white wines.
The Winery Advisor writes about wine-ing in Walla Walla.
Rick Bakas gives a video greeting to the conference.
After Dark writes about the conference.
And finally, my post on recent trends in the Washington wine industry from the panel discussion.
Note: If you have a written post about the conference and it is not listed above, please leave a comment with the link to the post(s).
Addendum: Also see this WBC summary post from Josh at Drink Nectar.