It’s easy to get stuck in a wine rut. (Hello, Carl Roy Cabernet Sauvignon.) So how do you get out? Of course, the easiest way is to ask your Domaine Hudson server for recommendations of wines to pair with your meal.
But if you want to do a little research on your own, you might refer to one of these wine bloggers, winners of the Sommeliers Choice Awards by Beverage Trade Network.
Tim Gaiser An internationally famed wine expert and lecturer, Gaiser holds the elite Master Sommelier title. He is the former director of Education for the Court of Master Sommeliers. The blog is good for both experienced wine lovers as well as newbies.
Vinography A respected source for non-mainstream wine writing, this website consists of wine news, wine reviews, wine event coverage, editorial content about the wine industry etc. It is one of the most influential wine blogs on the internet.
Jamie Goode Jamie Goode is a London-based wine columnist with The Sunday Express (UK). The wine blog features reviews, photography, producer profiles and a wide range of industry content. His site is designed to appeal to novices as well as wine geeks.
Snooth Snooth is an online wine information destination that features reviews and expert picks. Members can interact with wineries, stores, fellow wine lovers and professionals from all over the globe. Try Snooth’s daily newsletter, wine search, and interactive wine tools.
The Jordan Journey A video blog that offers useful tips, travel advice and behind-the-scenes stories. Named 2014 Best Photo/Video on a Blog, 2013 Best Winery Blog, 2013 Best Photo/Video on a Blog, 2012 by Wine Blog Awards; Best Winery Blog, Best Wine Video at the 2015 Born Digital Wine Awards; finalist in Wine Spectator‘s 2013 and 2011 Lights! Camera! Pour! Video Contest.
I’m sure these sources are interesting and informative, but, please, don’t ever take Carl Roy Cab off the By-the-Glass menu. Just can’t quit it.