Return of the Blog – New Approach, Backlogged Reviews, and More.

First and foremost, our sincerest apologies about our absence during the last year. We have been fortunate to have a large following over the past several years that has brought in over 100,000+ readers. We want to thank all of you! We have expanded beyond Virginia, touching many places in the United States and even spun off a travel blog to cover our International journeys. So where do we go from here? Many readers have submitted suggestions of a more digital approach. Monthly review pieces versus daily postings, video production, food pairings, wine country itineraries and even a podcast.

I write you all to say: we have PLENTY of reviews to be released over the coming weeks, and the first in an ongoing series of podcast episodes that will air monthly. The podcasts will cover insights and interviews with winemakers, brewmasters, vertical and blind tasting events, restaurant reviews across the country, chef interviews, and much, much more. The approach is simple; we don’t want to be a Wine Spectator style blog, but more of an average Joe source of information pertaining to the wine, beer, alcohol and restaurant industries.

More details and subscription links will be available in coming weeks, and I will be sure to notify all of you, our loyal readers, via social media of these details as they are released.

Again, thank you for your loyalty, and we look forward to breathing new life into the Virginia Pour House!

Salud!

Anthony & Virginia Pour House Editorial Team

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