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Update to Languedoc Roussillon wine blogs and twitter accounts

It’s been several months since I’ve updated the twitter and blogger lists for Languedoc Roussillon wine producers.  So I sat down and did it this morning!

Lots of winemakers have been added to the list of Tweeting winemakers:

A few winemaker blogs worth adding too:

  • Pour le Vin, Cotes Catalanes – Michel Smith doesn’t blog much about his wines, but he is a winemaker now so there you have it.
  • Domaine de Cadables, Gabian – Met Bernard Isarn at the Matinale du CIVL / BUCE event in Narbonne.
  • Sieur d’Arques, Limoux – A bit embarassed that I hadn’t seen this one sooner.  But there it is now!  :)

Then a few blogs that fall into some grey areas:

  • The Outsiders – strictly speaking, this is a blog for a group of winemakers.  But the winemakers don’t handle the blogging ourselves.  But a lot of the text is written by us.
  • Idées Liquides et Solides – I don’t think Vincent Pousson is a winemaker, strictly speaking (although I might be wrong!)  I know he designs the labels and aesthetics for Castelmaure and is very heavily implicated in their communication strategy.  Anyway, he blogs under his own name, but I can’t help thinking of it as an extension of the Castelmaure cooperative (even though it’s explicitly not that).
  • 20 de Corbieres – This is a website hosted by the AOC Corbieres / CIVL (an interprofessional group) and it hosts a blog that any winemaker in the Corbieres can post on.  This is a brilliant idea.  The Corbieres is massive and having a joint winemaker blog accessible to all its producers can generate a huge amount of quality first-person content with just a little bit of effort from each winemaker.  Awesome initiative.  The posts are still often CIVL-ish or AOC-ish because some of them are posted by the syndicat Corbieres, so it’s not totally a winemaker blog.  But it’s getting very very close.  Or maybe even it’s better than a winemaker blog?

 

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Languedoc Roussillon winemaker blogs and twitter accounts updated

I just updated the list of Languedoc Roussillon winemaker blogs and winemaker twitter accounts.

This post simply summarizes the updates. For the complete lists, click on one of the following:

Looks like lots more are popping up and retention/activity on the old sites is staying strong!  It really does make a boy proud. :)

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Languedoc Roussillon winemaker blogs updated

I just updated the list of Languedoc Roussillon winemaker blogs.  Also some minor changes to the list of facebookers and twitterers.

This post simply summarizes the updates.  For the complete lists, click on one of the following:

I was worried that a lot of blogs would fall into the inactive list.  But to my great surprise, people have really brought these back to life.  We’re in an unprecedented golden age in Languedoc Roussillon wine blogging!  And maybe it’s vain, but I think that my dear readers might be part of the cause for that.  You all and your interest in our region is inspiring winemakers to hit the keyboard after dinner once every couple of months.  Thanks for your continued support and interest in our region!

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Languedoc-Roussillon Wineries with Facebook Pages and Vineyards on Facebook

I wanted to do something similar to the post on Languedoc-Roussillon wine producers who blog and the L-R wineries that tweet, by bringing unto you wine producers with facebook pages.  It turns out that everybody and their mother is on Facebook.

So this list is much much longer.  And it’s actually pretty hard to find people. . . so I’m going to publish it in multiple parts.  Here is the first part.

I included wineries, vineyards, negociants, grape growers, etc.  Anybody who presents themselves as a producer and could presumably prove it with tax receipts or something.

Please feel free (Obliged even) to email me to add more to this list or leave a comment at the bottom of this page with a link to the facebook page you’d like to add.  And while you’re doing me favors, somebody needs to tell Georges Frêche that he can’t abandon his facebook page just because he was re-elected.  Obama is still emailing me like DAILY.  (edit: RIP Georges Freche, you will no longer be judged for a lack of social media updates)

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