And The Winner Is...

Congratulations to the winners of the 2009 American Wine Blog Awards! Sadly, Wilma's Wine World did not make the final cut, but I am very proud to have been a finalist in two separate categories. I'd also like to thank all of you who voted on my behalf. I was overwhelmed with your warm wishes and encouragement, and can't thank you enough.  It means a great deal to me folks. So, while I work on my next blog post, you might want to check out this year's winners. They deserve our recognition and hearty congratulations. Because blogging is hard work, trust me!

Best Writing on a Wine Blog
Best Single Subject Wine Blog
Best Winery Blog
    Michel-Schlumberger's "Benchland Blog"
Best Wine Reviews on a Blog
    Bigger Than Your Head
Best Wine Blog Graphics and Presentation
    The Good Grape
Best Industry/Business-Oriented Wine Blog
    The Wine Collector
Best Overall Wine Blog
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Mike Duffy said:
March 12, 2009 10:56 PM

Next year, Kim. :)

Kim (aka Wilma) Author Profile Page said:
March 13, 2009 12:39 PM

Good to hear from you Mike-I'll definitely try again next year.

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