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First wine bloggers’ “off” meeting during Vinexpo 2009

Monday, 22 June 2009 11am to 7pm Château Luchey Halde (Mérignac)

Winemaking and vine growing bloggers from across Europe will step onto the other side of the screen, and for the first time they will meet their readers for a tasting of their wines, in a friendly and passionate atmosphere. “Wine and the Net” tasting The “Wine and the Net” tasting brings together for the first time winemakers with very different backgrounds. French, Italian, Portuguese, German or American, some are recent converts to winemaking, others are from traditional winemaking families; some grow vines organically, others practice conventional agriculture. Most of them know each other only through their blogs. United by a common passion Twenty blogger-winemakers from France, Germany, Italy and Portugal will meet “off” Vinexpo to showcase their blogs and their wines on Monday 22 June 2009 from 11 am to 7 pm, at the Château Luchey Halde in Mérignac. Wine professionals and readers of the blogosphere will get together for a friendly meeting about Wine and the Web. Who are these winemaker bloggers? Winemakers by profession, they share a passion for their work and a willingness to share that passion. They will gather around the idea of “inviting wine lovers, novices and interested people to regularly share the experience and the authenticity of the work of winemakers.” These winemaking bloggers have chosen the occasion of this global showcase to get closer to people who enjoy their wines as much as their writing. Quite naturally all of this is described on a common blog set up for the event: http://blogsetvignerons.over-blog.com for your reservation, please send an email indicating your name and the number of persons to come to: blogsetvignerons@hotmail.fr

The twenty two participating winemaker-bloggers are: – Bruno et Claudie Bilancini – Tirecul la Gravière (Monbazillac) http://tirecul.canalblog.com – Francis Boulard – Champagne Raymond Boulard et Fils (Champagne) http://www.vigneron-champagne.com – Marc Dalbavie – Domaine de la Voie Blanche (Périgord) http://www.domaine-voie-blanche.com/blog – Sébastien David – Domaine Sébastien David (Loire) http://patrimoinesd.canalblog.com – Thibault Despagne – Despagne (Bordeaux) http://blog.despagne.fr – Cyril Dubrey (Bordeaux) http://dubrey.blogspot.com – Emmanuelle Dupéré et Laurent Barrera (Provence) http://www.blogduperebarrera.com – Cyril Geffard, Vincent Guilbaud – Domaine des Pierrettes (Loire) http://www.domainedespierrettes.fr/blog – David Lelièvre – Domaine Lelièvre (Côtes de Toul) http://www.vins-lelievre.com/blog – Amy Lilliard – Domaine de la Gramière (Côtes du Rhône) http://lagramiere.typepad.com/francais, http://www.lagramiere.typepad.com anglais – Samuel Megnan – Domaine Aloha (Fiefs Vendéens) http://www.domaine-aloha.com – Yvon Minvielle – Château Lagarette (Bordeaux) http://chateaulagarette.blogspot.com – Valérye Mordelet – Les Loges de la Folie (Loire) http://www.les-loges-de-la-folie.com – Ivo Pagès S’Alqueria – Emporda – Espagne http://vinyaivo.wordpress.com/ – Gianpaolo Paglia (Italie) http://poggioargentiera.com anglais – Isabelle Perraud – Cotes de la Molière (Beaujolais) http://cotes-de-la-moliere.com/mon-blog – Oscar Quevedo (Portugal) http://quevedoportwine.com anglais – Iris Rutz-Rudel – Domaine Lisson (Langedoc) http://lisson.over-blog.com, http://weingut-lisson.over-blog.com allemand – Annie Sauvat – Domaine Sauvat Claude et Annie (Auvergne) http://www.sauvat-vins.com/weblog -Laureano Serres Montagut http://laureanoserres.wordpress.com/ – Benoît Tarlant – Champagne Tarlant (Champagne) http://www.champagne-blog.com – Charles Traonouëz – Château Malromé (Bordeaux) http://malrome.over-blog.com Contact: Emmanuelle Dupéré, blogsetvignerons@hotmail.fr 06 21 25 15 99

Access: Château Luchey Halde 17 Avenue du Maréchal Joffre 33 – Mérignac Tram Line A – Stop Arlac Fountain Rocade exit 12 – Direction Bordeaux

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Wine bod living in Bordeaux whose passion is finding authentic wines and getting them to your doorstep

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