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2021 Top Wine Wanderings Newsletters - First Half
First Half of 2021 Newsletters in Review
Subscribers: 2021 is a fast-moving year. Wine Wanderings was launched in January featuring 22 Free Subscriber newsletters and 20 Paid/Premium Subscriber newsletters. The growth of Premium Subscribers is a gratifying 290% with free subscribers growing 50% in 6 months. Thank you!
I wanted the newer subscribers to see some of the top articles for feedback and comments. There are a few newsletters that were a pure joy to write. Let me know your favorites.
WW Newsletters with Top Comments
“Terrific article. So interesting to learn about presidents and the US wines they have chosen. Your list of upcoming topics looks fascinating. I am especially interested in the information on chocolate and wine pairings! It sounds like a great opportunity for a party.” - L. S.
“Some great stuff here. I know that Bottle Shock isn't a great movie, but I really love it. There are just so many excellent actors here that it is hard not to love. Uncorked is wonderful. Walk in the Clouds gets me even though it shouldn't. I love Sideways & it made a friend of mine so much money that I no longer believe in karma. I keep meaning to watch The Secret of Santa Vittoria, but my family wouldn't be interested. Looks like a cool wine movie. Wine Country is fun. My old book store partner loves Year of the Comet. I love Penelope Ann Miller as much as the next guy, but that one was cheesy even for me...& I like Walk in the Clouds.”- P. A.
WW Newsletter Eliciting Most Vocal Feedback
The Healthiest Red Wines – Cheers to a Glass of Antioxidants- And the French Paradox from 60 Minutes
“The French Paradox on 60 Minutes”
“I went out and bought all three of your suggested wines - J.J. - a Premium Subscriber.
When are you going to do this tasting again? I am in! - W.H.
My Favorite Newsletters to Write
I loved writing this because I wrote while attending! - Tricia Conover
“Cocktails have such a jumbled and unclear history. Everyone wants to claim their origin. Of course, drinking them - like the dry Martini above - is the best part.” - Tricia Conover
For all 42 newsletters from 1st half 2021 go to the main page of Wine Wanderings.
Let me know your favorites.
Wine Wanderings Editorial Calendar
Visit Washington State Wine Country: Wine Tastings, Golf, Adventure Tours
Zip-lines and Wine: Visit the Columbia River Gorge
Wine Castles of Sonoma County
Napa Valley: Adventures Post-Pandemic
An Interview with Dr. Liz Thach, Author: Ten Hot Wine Trends for 2021 in the US Market
An Interview with Dominic Chappellet, Pritchard Hill, Napa Valley
Dr. Bob Young, M.D. and Winery Owner: Have a Healthy Wine Part II
America’s Exceptional Wine Country Adventures
The True Cost of a Cocktail.