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WINERABBLE MANIFESTO

Mob. Riff Raff. Unwashed Masses. These are all ways to describe the general public. In a non election year: the chattel. In an election year: Real Americans.

Most of these afore-mentioned people tend to drink. We here at Winerabble care about that portion of the public that discovered that they like wine, they like going to places to taste it, and they like to drink it.

We adhere to the principle that “wine is fun to drink, fun to learn about; and even more fun to find.”

We like to taste wine and we quite enjoy learning about wine. But for us, the journey is the thing. To live in a state like Oregon and have so many regions on all four points of the compass to go explore and experience is incredible.

Wine itself is interesting but what makes it worth studying, blogging or investing in is the fact that it changes wherever you go. There is so much that is unique in wine. But hey, you know this, that’s why you are here.

So if you like wine but may not know about it but want to learn more in a casual way, this is your spot. We are not wine makers nor sommeliers. We are people who appreciate good wines but know how to spot a really good bargain. If you ever found a kick-ass bottle of wine in a grocery store for under $10 and wanted to boast to someone about it– we would hear and understand you.

So welcome to Winerabble.  Come drink, learn, and explore with us.

Matt Talbot likes wine. Some varietals he prefers more than others. He enjoys learning about wine. But what he likes most about wine is the journey. The act of going tasting, exploring new areas of the country, discovering new wineries and wine makers, visiting towns off the beaten path- these are the things he enjoys the most about wine. Traveling and drinking, like peanut butter and jelly, go together seamlessly like wine and chocolate.

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