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American Wine Blog Awards Finalists Announced


2009 American Wine Blog Awards

The finalists for the 2009 American Wine Blog Awards were announced today on Tom Wark’s Fermentation Blog and are listed below. Check them all out HERE and cast your vote for your favorites HERE.

Voting ends March 4 at 11:59 PM.

These blogs are the best of the best and will not disappoint!

Best Writing on a Wine Blog
In Vino Veritas
The Pour

Best Graphics and Presentation on a Wine Blog
The Good Grape
Hosemaster of Wine
Chateau Petrogasm
Wilma’s Wine World

Best Single-Subject Wine Blog
Besotted Ramblings
Good Wine Under $20
Napa Valley Wine Blog

Best Winery Blog
Michel-Schlumberger Benchland Blog
Tablas Creek Vineyard Blog
Dry Creek Vineyard’s Wilma’s Wine World
Bedrock Wine Co. Blog

Best Business/Industry Wine Blog
Winery Website Report
The Wine Collector
Rethink Wine Blog

Best Wine Reviews on a Blog
Bigger Than Your Head
Good Wine Under $20
Wicker Parker

Best Overall Wine Blog
Dr. Vino
The Pour

Stay tuned for all of the 2009 American Wine Blog Awards winners with interviews and more in the April/May issue of Mutineer Magazine!


  1. Katie | Wednesday, February 25, 2009

    Eh, I agree with the first comment left on that post…pretty friggin’ conservative choices. Not that a couple aren’t deserving, but he could’ve made it a little more interesting.

  2. Alan Kropf | Wednesday, February 25, 2009

    I see what you’re saying, but Tom doesn’t choose the finalists. A panel of judges is responsible for coming up with the list of finalists, which are chosen by an open nomination process.

  3. Katie | Thursday, February 26, 2009

    Yeah, I’m aware of that, Alan, but I’m curious who the judges are. Still conservative choices with a few exceptions.

  4. Buffo | Thursday, February 26, 2009

    and where is Mutineer Magazine in all of this competition? I thought I could follow some links to vote for my favorite magazine here….

  5. Matt | Thursday, February 26, 2009

    Since Mutineer Magazine is a sponsor, I wouldn’t think they’d be allowed to participate? Otherwise I think they’d definitely be in a category or two :) Maybe someone from MM can clear this up for us!

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