I’ve been posting to twitter – I still can’t bring myself to say “tweeting” – for about a year now, and here are some of my favorites:
October 24, 2010: You are 90 percent more likely to buy red wine if you buy onions & more the wine industry has learned about you: http://bit.ly/brPFFg
October 13, 2010: Want to make beer in a coffeemaker with Vegemite and raisin bran? Me neither, but it’s fun to read about! http://bit.ly/9Cv9Of
August 18, 2010: Were wine bottling just invented, would we “stop up the end with chunks of Portuguese tree bark?” The case for screwcaps: http://ow.ly/2n3CY
August 14, 2010: A home winemaker from a little town in Pennsylvania became an international champion with plans to go pro: http://ow.ly/2n2W6
May 12, 2010: What’s really going on with sulfites? Here’s a great article on sulfites, histamines, allergies and wine: http://bit.ly/9woLMq
March 17, 2010: Winemakers use hydrometers to measure sugar content. Works well for wine grapes, can be way off in other fruit: http://tinyurl.com/yj5suvp
I think my twitter experiment is going well. I’ve been able to share a lot more information than with my blog alone. You can click here to follow me on twitter.
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