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Five fast-facts on UC Davis and Wine

Grand sponsor UC Davis has a long history of innovating in grape growing and winemaking. Here are five contributions their multidisciplinary approach has made to what’s in your wine glass and how you experience it.  Do not miss the UC Davis Wine Discovery Session at 1:45 on Friday! Global Influence Researchers at UC Davis have vastly expanded knowledge of factors that impact grape and wine characters, influencing winemaking around the globe. In fact, some people point to just two … Read More...

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2016 Wine Bloggers Conference Opening Reception with Lodi Wine

Our gracious hosts and #WBC16 sponsors Lodi Wine are here to share details on the opening reception for the conference.  We’ll have a unique venue and an opportunity for attendees to get a chance to mingle, network and enjoy a beautiful setting in the heart of Lodi wine country. WELCOME TO OUR HOUSE… WBC OPENING […]

Wine Blogger Reports at WBC16

Not every year at the Wine Bloggers Conference but, often, we feature a session called Wine Blogger Reports in which 8-10 bloggers each get five minutes to relate to the audience something they are doing of interest. They not only give our attendees an opportunity to share but also serve as inspiration for you to […]


Au Natural Alsace: Organic & Biodynamic Wines

Recognized for offering a clear expression of the land and environmental sustainability, organic and biodynamic wines are gaining attention among consumers. While many wineries are just now starting the conversion to these methods, France’s Alsace region has long been a leader in organic and biodynamic viticulture, with preservation of the land and pure expression of […]

Wine Blogger Reports: Call for Speakers

Wanted: Eight Citizen Wine Bloggers who are attending the 2016 Wine Bloggers Conference and wish to take five minutes to address the audience about your current wine blogging or wine industry activities. We are putting out a Call for Speakers for the final content session of the 2016 conference, the Wine Blogger Reports. Each speaker […]


WBC in Lodi California | Peer Reviewed and Approved

Lodi Wine Commission has had a BIG year and it’s been a win win partnership to bring the 2016 Wine Bloggers Conference to the area.  If you are not convinced Lodi is going to be one of our best WBC’s yet, think again.  Not only do we have an excellent agenda, content and speakers for […]

Vote Now for Wine Blog Awards Finalists

The annual Wine Blog Awards process is in full swing and it is time to vote for your favorites. Voting ends June 13: The Wine Blog Awards panel of judges reviewed all nominated blogs for each of seven awards categories and have come up with their five (or more given a tie) finalists. The public […]


UC Davis: A Leading Innovator of Grape Growing and Winemaking Since the 1930s

WBC16 sponsor UC Davis is known for cutting-edge wine research and teaching, the technologically-advanced Jess S. Jackson Sustainable Winery Building, and the Robert Mondavi Institute for Wine and Food Science.  In fact, the university is so well known in the wine industry some people point to just two degrees of separation between UC Davis’ Department of Viticulture and Enology and […]

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WBC16 Excursion to Ironstone Vineyards

It’s going to be a great year at WBC16!  We had such a tremendous response to the excursions, our friends at Ironstone Vineyards threw their name in the cap to host a second post-conference excursion option.  This excursion is designed to give attendees a unique and intimate setting few will ever get to experience getting […]