Darlings, Señorita Vino is feeling muy sentimental today, and I wanted to take this opportunity to extend a heartfelt gracias to all of you for your support, comments and enthusiasm for this blog over the past two years.
Slowly but surely, Señorita Vino is growing (the blog, not–ahem–my person), and so is the focus on Latinos in the U.S., thanks to our culture, buying power, and damn fine taste in food and música.
As the first and only Latina to blog exclusively about wine, I like to keep my wineglass on the pulse of wine industry trends and marketing efforts to reach us as current and potential wine drinkers. ¿Porqué? Because I value your trust in me and I vow to respect that trust by ensuring that the path along your wine discovery journey is paved with unbiased, snob-free information, and the occasional gratuitous Diego Forlán image:
My goal is to continue sharing useful (but not crazy-technical) wine tips and tidbits, wine discoveries, and stories about Latinas and Latinos who are making strides in the vino universe. But this is a two-way calle, and I want to know what you’d love to see more or less of in Señorita Vino.
Yesterday, Señorita Vino was featured on NBC Latino’s “Food Blogs We Love”. This couldn’t have happened without your readership and support. Let me know what you think of the article, and if you like what you see, please do Señorita Vino a huge favor: “Like” the story and share it across your social networks.
Regardless of who you are, where you’re from, how much–or how little–you know about wine, and how you spend your hard-earned dólares, the kingdom of vino is yours to explore. It’s an honor to hold the gate open for you. Until next week, ¡Salud!