Wine blogs are a great way to learn about the wine industry. Without them, the wine industry would not be what it is today. There is something for everyone, whether it’s to educate us on serious wine issues or to relate better to new wine enthusiasts.
Here’s a list of 11 wine blogs you should follow: for news, humor, and information!
Wine Folly has been a popular wine blog for many years. This blog, created by three wine lovers, has everything you could want: Simple guides to How-to videos and a comprehensive breakdown of wines and their pairings.
Their vivid illustrations will draw you in, and their writing style keeps you interested.
We hope that people will see wine as more than just a drink for adults but also a means to discover the world and themselves.
This blog is a great resource for newbies.
Enjoy this Juice
Amy Lieberfarb is a wine enthusiast who has a blog with over 100 thousand followers. Amy’s blog covers food, wine, travel topics, facts, tips, and reviews. She also digs into the wine production process.
She writes with clarity and without unnecessary fluff. She was also listed in the Top 25 wine influencers for 2016 and 2017. If you are serious about wine, her wine blog is a must-read.
It would be scandalous not to mention Tim’s blog, given the size of his brand. Tim Atkin’s blog is lighter-handed and easier to read than most people would think.
It is a great way to learn about the wine industry. He has a lot of in-depth articles about wine of the week. One of our favorite Masters of Wine.
Wine Turtle’s creators stated, “No good wine can be made by rushing it. It is much better to enjoy it and take your time.” Wine Turtle is a blog that covers tips, tricks, and ideas about wine.
They review wine glasses and coolers and explain the need for them. This blog is for serious wine drinkers and collectors. Helium-infused wine is also covered (who would’ve thought.
Wine Spectator is a popular blog for those deeply involved with the logistics of the wine industry. These posts feature interviews with winemakers and reviews of wineries and tasting notes. While reading these articles, keep a Wine Dictionary close at hand. This is a great blog for people who want a more formal, serious blog about the wine industry.
Three Wine Blogs For Geeks
Dr. Vino was awarded two awards in 2007: Best Wine Blog and Best Wine blog writing. Tyler Colman is a force in the world of wine.
Dr. Colman has a serious and informative blog. This blog focuses on pressing issues in the wine industry, such as carbon footprint, wine-buying tips, and import tax. This blog is for you if that’s your cup of tea. World of Fine Wine mentions that Mr. Vino was “One of the fresh voices taking wine journalism in new and important directions.
This blog, written by Joe Roberts, a native of Philadelphia, has a variety of topics. It includes a weekly wine review. He focuses on the tasting notes of wines and if they are worth trying. It is essential to those who are looking for suggestions on future wines.
Could you take a look at his writing? It’s clever, witty, and shockingly honest.
Rockin Red Blog
Michelle Williams, a writer for many popular magazines, launched this blog and was immediately ranked among the Top 100 Most Influential Wine Bloggers. Her posts range from wine travels to focusing on specific wine cultivars and even exciting wine pairings. This blog is great for wine reviews and comparisons.
Some of our favorite blogs
Wine Explorers has an excellent blog for anyone who loves wine. This group of five wine lovers made it their mission to travel worldwide and sample wine from all corners. They have visited 396 wineries and 65 countries and tasted 4130 different wines. The articles are both informative and entertaining. They also feature the most stunning and captivating photography. The blog explores countries and regions most would never consider, such as Vietnam and Cambodia. They take the reader on a journey through the region’s history, culture, and terroir.
Wine & Sommelier
This is an excellent blog by a few Master-level Sommelier Candidates. The articles are insightful and well-written. This site is not like Wine Folly, which is all about clickbait. Instead, it focuses on magazine-style articles with beautiful layouts and complex wine topics. The site also includes how-to guides and instructional videos. For someone seeking more in-depth knowledge, we suggest checking out Wine & Sommelier.
CJ (or PK) is the brains behind this fun wine blog. After our daily diet of wine-related news, it’s refreshing to immerse ourselves in their humor and relatable stories. The writing is honest and raw. They cover many topics, from white wine and wine glasses to rants against the wine industry. This is an entertaining break from formal writing.
Here’s a small snippet from one of the most recent pieces.
I use these vocalizations when I first taste a beverage.
I’m getting loose boxes…spent matches…guacamole…
You can use it to cook with.
Sorry I will get a cloth
Sediment has closed its doors in 2020.
Whether you’re looking for a blog that can relate to you and your wine-drinking struggles or with profound information about the wine industry, you should find what you need in one of the wine blogs listed above.
We are looking to add Canadian wine blogs to our list. Please let us know if you have any suggestions in the comments.