Rosie What do we do for an encore after the success of the first regional wine week last October and the DrinkLocalWine.com conference in Dallas last month? We’re getting ready to hold our second annual Regional Wine Week, Oct. 11-17.

This year, we’re shooting for more than 50 bloggers and writers from around the United States and Canada (who aren’t in California or the Pacific Northwest) to write about “wine from around here” -– wherever “here” might be. You can write about any wine you want, and you don’t have to be some of sort of wine geek. If you like local wine and you have a blog, we want you.

If you’d like to participate, send Dave McIntyre an email or drop us a note here. All you have to do is to post something during the week of Oct. 11-17 and send us the link. We’ll post the link on DrinkLocalWine.com, which will act as a portal to allow interested readers to find you and other bloggers who are writing about local wine. All we ask that you mention DrinkLocalWine.com and Regional Wine Week in your posts and on your blog leading up to Oct. 11 so we can get that viral Internet thing working.

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