The Other 46 or All 50 Wine States – James Meléndez / James the Wine Guy

I am still impressed how many great things came form Wine Bloggers 2011 Charlottesvile…and some of those great things are a combination of people I met—not just one-on-one networking opportunities but how much further along the nexus each connection made.  How many ideas started to ferment and continue to do so.

I bring up #WBC11 because there was a tasting called “The Other 46” more precisely wine producing states beyond California, Oregon, Washington and New York as these are the four largest and in some minds the best known. Though I do agree with New York being in the top four of wine producing states–there are so many people I meet who still are surprised New York is a wine producing state.

The Other 46 featured tastings from Ohio, Missouri, Indiana, Virginia, Vermont and Texas–and I wish there were many more from other wine producing states.  There are so many producing states that I have still not had the opportunity to taste.

I do envision that someday there is a comprehensive 50-state tasting (The United States of Wine).  I think it would be quite difficult to do a virtual tasting of all 50 states of wine.  But a real in person event would be a great tasting to complete and probably the most realistic way to complete this tasting.  There are logistics involved with this type of tasting or any other other wine event but even with all of the obstacles it is a tasting worth doing.

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