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Vino's Wine Blog First of all, I feel obligated to share with you some (but not all) of the reasons for my lapses in writing. I feel very healthy most; of the time, but issues have arisen to rob me of that last bit; and it haunts me.
I've already covered the many months of technical issues with my wireless connectivity so will not repeat those. Health issues are also boring, so skip to the next segment if not interested.
They have anointed themselves the official "wine blogosphere." You can count on both hands those of us bloggers dedicated to actually making the stuff they write about, and yet our blogs are largely ignored by this elite. There are some who write for the buyer / consumer but still occasionally talk about the making of wine, even if they usually are talking about making it in 125,000-liter stainless steel tanks.
Or they might talk about grape varieties, harvests in general, the cork-screwcap debate, stemware, or other subjects I think you might find interesting.
A few were recipes or variations of a recipe (see below for an outstanding example).
For the former, I always refer them to my page Edible Flowers Suitable for use in Home Winemaking.
They're worth reading even if you aren't interested in their tasting notes. Here are a few of them I like, listed in a loose alphabetical order (by blogger): Alder Yarrow's Vinography: A Wine Blog Ben Evert's Making Homemade Wine and Beer, about home winemaking Ben Hardy's Ben's Adventures in Wine Making, a very fun read from across the Atlantic Charlie Short's Clueless About Wine Chef Neil's A Wine Making Fool's Blog, a lot of fun to read Chris Nuber's Texas Wine Blog, a good, unbiased read Darcy O'Neil's The Art of Drink Eric Asimov's The Pour Erroll's Washington Winemaker Frugalwinemaker's Frugal Wine Making Ian Scott's The Home Winery, about home winemaking James Jory's Second Leaf, about home winemaking Jamie Goode's Jamie Goode's Wine Blog Jeff Lefevere's The Good Grape: A Wine Manifesto Jennifer's My Wines Direct Jorray's Chez Ray Winemaking Karien O'Kennedy's New World Winemakeer Blog Ken Payton's Reign of Terrior, lots of good interviews Ken W.'s Ala Mal's Wine Amateur Marisa D'Vari's A Wine Story Mary Baker's Dover Canyon Winery Michelle's My Wine Education Mike Carter's Serious About Wine Mike Mc Queen's Life on the Vine Noel Powell's Massachusetts Winemaker Noel Powell's Random Wine Trails [no name]'s Budget Vino..the and Under Crowd [no name]'s Two Bees Wine, about home winemaking Russ Kane's Vintage Texas, searching for Texas terroir Sondra Barrett's Wine, Sex and Beauty in the Bottle Steve Bachmann's The Wine Collector: Practical Wine Collecting Advice Thomas' Vines & Wines Thomas Pellechia's Vino Fictions, interesting variety Tim Patterson's Blind Muscat's Cellarbook Tim Vandergrift's Tim's Blog, a humorous and enjoyable flow from Wine Expert's Tim V.
Tom Wark's Fermentation: the Daily Wine Blog Tyler Colman's Dr.
This evolved into bronchial obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), requiring three daily intakes of two different inhalers.
He ordered an MRI/MRA to look for signs of an oncoming stroke or a series of TIAs. He then referred me to a neurologist who ordered a CT scan of the temporal lobes and inner ear canals.
It turns out I have fluid in my inner ears, and this is causing the imbalance problems and could contribute to blackouts.
The results from my neurologist, ophthalmologist and two other doctors were satisfied enough to allow me to drive up to the Driftless Area of Wisconsin in 2016 for my annual fly fishing trip with four buddies.
We usually go to a different state each year but during that trip we were caught in a flash flood that generalized into a "1,000-year flood" and cut our trip short. We returned in April 2017 to some fabulous fishing in the same area.