Welcome to the WineBlots Blog Fellow Wine Lovers!

First Things First

We’re the realest. Just kidding. Thanks for checking us out! This is our humble first WineBlots blog post. Thank you for joining us on this journey, early bird! We’re excited to have you here and eager to share our passion for all things wine. Since we’ve chewed off the ears of everyone we know with fun facts and anecdotes, we have decided to turn to the internet. Thank you for being here, especially so early on in our journey. We aim to continually improve and excite our readers. 

What Can You Expect from WineBlots?

The short answer is fun and engaging content. We want to make it fun for novices and pros alike to learn about wine online. This means anything from explaining appellation systems and vine training to winery adventures, accessories and well-intended opinion posts. In addition to providing educational content, we will be providing marketing ideas and advice for winery owners, staff, and adventurers. We will hit on consumer insights, strategic planning, digital trends, and website best practices.


Cheers from WineBlots - Wine and Wine Bottle

Cheers, friends!

What Wine Fun is Here For You?

Anything that you’d like! If there’s a concept that you’d like us to cover, let us know! We want to digitally surround ourselves with engaged wine lovers who are here to have a good time. Join us on our journey to learn everything we can about the industry and most of all: have fun doing it. If you’re forgetful or would just like regular updates on our content (but not too many) delivered to your inbox, you can subscribe to our newsletter by clicking here.

Who Are the WineBlotters?

We’re your everyday wine lovers. We are a pair of young women working in marketing with a passion for both wine and grape growing. We will bring you our unique perspectives on the industry as we work to educate and entertain you. You’ll get to know us through our stories and adventures, and we’ll post some fancy bios for you soon!

We are excited to get to know you, so get involved! Follow our social media accounts (Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram – the standards), comment on our posts, and let us know what you want to learn!

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