By Jessica Yadegaran
Monday, December 22nd, 2008 at 10:49 am in Uncategorized.
Hey folks! I’m back from a week in Cabo San Lucas, where I drank enough Nebbiolo to transport me to Italy on that beach chair and then followed it up with lots of palate-cleansing Tecates to bring me back.
Great news I have to share. Corkheads has made Mutineer Magazine’s list of must-read blogs. If you haven’t read the L.A.-based beverage magazine, you simply must. It’s full of fabulous pieces about all things beer, wine, tea, coffee and food related. And editor Alan Kropf has his finger on the pulse of the wine blogosphere.
Here’s a cut and paste from the issue. I’m in excellent company with Alder Yarrow of San Francisco-based Vinography, Brix Chicks of Oakland, and Virginia’s Wanna Be Wino. If you want to see the whole issue, you have to subscribe to the mag with the link above. Otherwise, I’ve cut and pasted my portion below. Thanks for helping to make Corkheads a fun place to discuss wine!
Blogger: Jessica Yadegaran
Location: Walnut Creek, CA
Launch Date: Feb. ‘06
Jessica’s journalism experience adds a
unique edge to her blog, which covers a
wide range of wine topics, from news to
reviews to ideas.
Speaking about the vision behind her
blog, Jessica says that she tries to “educate,
enlighten, and entertain.”
Instead of rating wines by a numerical value,
Jessica chooses to focus on the sensory
elements and experience of a wine.
3 Recent Blog Posts:
Kendall-Jackson hearts Obama
A post about the bottle of Kendall-Jackson
Chardonnay mentioned in a recent
People magazine article as well as another
Wine writer vs. wine blogger
A post philosophizing on the differences
between a wine writer and blogger drawing
on Jessica’s experience in both mediums.
Hard times for wine Down Under
This post explores the state of the Australian
wine industry and the factors contributing
to the challenges facing the industry