Monthly Wine Writing Challenge #6—Update

wine-stain1-3This morning I received an entry into Monthly Wine Writing Challenge #6, from none other than the über-talented and multi-faceted Julia Bailey!

By my count, that brings the total number of entries up to nine, with more than a week to go! I feel rather confident that we might break the record for total number of entries (15) since several incredible writers have not yet entered (Talk-a-Vino, Food and Wine Hedonist, The Winegetter, Armchairsommelier, My Custard Pie, and many more).

Remember, the theme this month is “Mystery” and all the rules for the challenge (and all the previous challenges and entries) can be found here:

Monthly Wine Writing Challenge #6—Mystery

Here are the entries thus far (they can also be found over at Please let me know if your entry is not included here and I will be sure to do so (and reblog it at mwwcblog):

Wine Ramblings

An Edible Quest

Confessions of a Wine Geek

Michael’s Wine


Renenutet13 (First ever blogpost!)

Wayward Wine


Julia Bailey

About the drunken cyclist

I have been an occasional cycling tour guide in Europe for the past 20 years, visiting most of the wine regions of France. Through this "job" I developed a love for wine and the stories that often accompany the pulling of a cork. I live in Houston with my lovely wife and two wonderful sons.
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12 Responses to Monthly Wine Writing Challenge #6—Update

  1. Thanks Jeff – flattery will get you everywhere 😉


  2. talkavino says:

    I have to admit that while I thought this is a great theme, it appears to be very difficult to find a good and original interpretation of it, especially considering the entries which are already made. No, I’m not giving up, but at the same time I’m not so sure about my entry…


  3. lulu says:

    You have introduced me to some very interesting bloggers. Thanks for expanding my horizons!


  4. Sally says:

    Have had a breakthrough – writing mine now.


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