About This Site
Some wine blogs offer value recommendations. Others catalog tasting notes. Many cover the wine industry. Just about all sit dormant for weeks at a time. David White launched Terroirist on November 9, 2010 to change all that by covering everything, daily.
Terroirist was named the “Best Overall Wine Blog” at the 2013 Wine Blog Awards and the “Best New Wine Blog” at the 2011 Wine Blog Awards. It reaches approximately 30,000 readers per month.
Terroirist is a registered trademark. Please contact us before using this site’s contents for any purpose.
About the Founder & Editor
David White is the founder and editor of Terroirist. The author of a nationally syndicated wine column that’s hosted by Grape Collective, David’s wine writing has appeared in dozens of publications, including The World of Fine Wine, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and the Washington Post. He is also the editor of the 3rd edition of The Everything Wine Book: A Complete Guide to the World of Wine (Adams Media, 2014).
He has his advanced certificate from the Wine and Spirit Education Trust and has been called one of America’s nine most important wine bloggers.
The keynote speaker at the 2011 Nederburg Rare South African Wine Auction, David speaks regularly at wine events across the world. He has appeared on a number of TV and radio programs, including Grape Radio.
By day, David is the co-owner and chief operating officer of Keybridge Communications, a DC-based public affairs firm. He also serves as president of the American Wine Consumer Coalition, co-chairman of America’s Future Foundation, and auction chair of Heart’s Delight, a wine auction benefitting the American Heart Association.
Follow him on Twitter @terroiristblog.
|Isaac James Baker, who is currently chipping away at a master’s in fiction writing, has worked as a freelance writer, editor, and reporter. He’s worked the wine bar, the harvest, the crush, and is attempting to make Chardonnay in Virginia. Follow him @IsaacJamesBaker.|
||Edward Comstock received his Ph.D. in 2008 and has worked as a professor ever since. But as an avid wine collector who has explored wine regions around the world, he remains eternally a student.|
|Rebecca Canan fell in love with wine on a cliché semester abroad in Italy. She has since traveled to wine regions across the world and holds WSET’s advanced certificate. Follow her @WineBec.|