The Century Club

What started out as a simple journal to record my ramblings on wines tasted and wineries visited across the other 46 states, has blossomed into something much more than I ever expected. Tonight’s post marks number 100. Along the way, I’ve had the pleasure to network and build friendships with people I may never have had the opportunity to meet otherwise. From the winery owners, winemakers, fellow wine bloggers, and last but certainly not least, my readers, each have welcomed me with open arms. Whether it be through a comment, a retweet, or becoming a fan on facebook, I thank you for your readership and friendship.

So tonight I toast the next 100 and to the great friends I’ve met along the wine trail. Cheers!

8 thoughts on “The Century Club

  1. Congratulations on #100! I’ve enjoyed reading your blog…you deliver straight forward wine reviews w/o fluff. I appreciate that very much. Keep up the awesome work. By the way, LOVE the new template!

  2. Congrats dude. When I hit 100 posts, I was slightly incredulous at the fact that I had actually managed to catalog that many of my thoughts for public (er…well sort of) consumption. Keep it up!

  3. Thank you for sharing your passion for wine and “the other 46”. Through your blog you’ve entertained and educated and in doing so, supported the emerging wine regions that often are overlooked it discounted. Open minds and open palates! You rock! Keep writing!!!

  4. Congratulations! I really enjoy reading your blog and I am especially excited to have a fellow wine blogger living somewhat close by. Keep up the great work… I look forward to reading 100 more!


  5. Brian,

    Congrats! The site is excellent. I know it must be rough opening up a new bottle every night to share with the world but thanks for taking one for the team. Your a gentleman and a scholar. I hope everyone can share your passion for the underdog wineries and fine grapes grown in the other 46. You continue to keep me off the maddog. May your next 100 pours be as entertaining and enlightening as the last 100.

    Keep up the fine work. Saludos (cheers) de la Ciudad de Mexico!

    Siempre, Juanito aka anonymous

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