When Good Wines Go Bad: A Closer Look at Wine Flaws at Corkd.com

Vinted on December 22, 2009 binned in wine appreciation, wine publications

Put your high-school chemistry goggles on (you know, safety is paramount, right?) and join me today on Corkd.com for a look at the wine flaws.

I’ve been asked by Cork’d to contribute to their Cork’d Content feature, which showcases original content from different wine bloggers each day on a variety of wine topics, with the goal of adding fun, informational / educational wine content for Corkd.com users.

I’m excited to be contributing to  Cork’d and to be apart of the vibrant wine-reviewing community over there.  I’ve also been thoroughly enjoying the articles already posted at Cork’d that were written by friends of mine, like Robert Dwyer and Hardy Wallace.  

My article focuses on the particularly egregious  wine flaws that, while not common, nonetheless create unforgettable moments of awful stinkiness that can abruptly and totally destroy your wine-drinking  experience if and when you do encounter them.

Should be fun!






  • Robert Dwyer

    Thanks for the mention! Appreciate it, and looking forward to reading your piece on Corkd.

    • 1WineDude

      When they get around to posting it! ;-)


  • Trackbacks

  • Trackback from uberVU - social comments
    Tuesday, 22 December, 2009

    Social comments and analytics for this post…

    This post was mentioned on Twitter by AndysGoodeLife: via 1 Wine Dude: When Good Wines Go Bad: A Closer Look at Wine Flaws at Corkd.com: Put your high-school chemistry … http://bit.ly/54noQn

The Fine Print

This site is licensed under Creative Commons. Content may be used for non-commercial use only; no modifications allowed; attribution required in the form of a statement "originally published by 1WineDude" with a link back to the original posting.

Play nice! Code of Ethics and Privacy.

Contact: joe (at) 1winedude (dot) com





Sign up, lushes!

Enter your email address to subscribe and get all the good stuff via email.

Join 36,910 other subscribers