Sunday, November 25, 2007

Thanksgiving Rundown

Thanksgiving weekend was a very intense experience. So intense, that I'm needing to take a few days to get settled and back to normal. I'm going to be doing a very in-depth review of our experiences, including tasting notes of the 100+ wines we tasted. Please keep tuned in for more in the next few days.


Gingersnap13 said...

I understand intense. I have just now started to unwind after two months of chaos myself. If you are interested in taking some great tasting notes, what about the Oregon Wine and Food Festival next month in Salem? I plan on going and taking some notes myself. Friends last year said it was "must". See you there?

Robert McIntosh said...

I guess it is taking longer than expected?


Val said...

Nice blog! I'd like to know what you think of the wine scene out in the Columbia Gorge. I live in Mt. Hood's upper valley surrounded by orchards and vineyards. Check it out sometime if you haven't already.

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Yael Borofsky said...


I am writing to you on behalf of Zephyr Wine Adventures and Open Wine Consortium to invite you to attend the first-ever North American Wine Bloggers Conference scheduled for October 24-26 in Sonoma County, California. This conference will be a chance for wine bloggers - those who write about wine or about the wine industry - to meet each other, discuss our impact on the world of wine, and have a great time. We have put together a fantastic conference that includes two dinners, two lunches, educational seminars, a Grand Tasting, a Live Wine Blogging event, keynote speakers including Gary Vaynerchuk and Alice Feiring, and a Vineyard Walk all at a subsidized price of only $95.

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Yael Borofsky
Zephyr Adventures

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Thanks and hope to hear from you.