Wind River Cellars (WRC) has a blog. Here's an quote from the opening post, which I sympathized with:
My wife must be crazy to let me have a blog at windrivercellars.com. Anyone that knows me or has been to the winery knows that I'm full of crap most of the time and rarely serious. This blog will certainly reflect that.
What's surprising to me is that this blog has been around since May, 2006 and this is the first time I've heard of it, since I keep my ear out for new winery blogs to add to The List. And this is a blog with regular posts, several each month. So please, if you know of a winery blog not on The List, please let me know!
WRC is a 35000-case winery in the Columbia River Gorge of Washington, founded by Joel and Kris Goodwillie in 1997. Joel is the winemaker, and 85% of their production is sold through their tasting room:
I've had a lot of great visitors this past week. I had firemen, soldiers, police officers, insurance agents, Human Resource specialists and an airline pilot. At one point it almost felt like the Village People were in the tasting room.
Joel's writing is matter-of-fact and easy to read. It's really like listening someone talk about their week at work. Subscribed!
PS - Joel, if you read this post, please add a comment about your experiences as a winery blogger. Thanks!