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March 15, 2006


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Doesn't this make you an Old Timer in the wine blog world, an elder statesman, a giant among bloggers? I believe it does.

Congratulations...and congrats on all the success too. I think there is likely more coming down the road.


Happy Birthday, Grandpa! :)

Does it make me an old timer? I guess it might, huh? I guess that would explain the apparent, thought still minor, greying of my goatee.

Thanks for the kind words.

And watch it Justin ;)


This is just to let you know...

In the issue 31 of the BKWine Brief we mention you and thought you might be interested to know (you may be mentioned in the Swedish edition only, if the subject only concerns Scandinavia):

BKWine Brief is a privately published newsletter on wine distributed free on email. It is the largest independent newsletters on wine in Sweden and also has a pan-Scandinavian readership. The English language version has a wide readership mainly in France, Belgium and the UK.

English version:

Swedish version:

Some of the info is also in the “blog”: http://www.bkwine.com//blog/bkwinebriefblog.htm

The link to your site from BKWine.com will be permanently on the site in the Brief archive: http://www.bkwine.com/bkwine_brief/bkwine_brief.htm

Best regards,
Britt & Per Karlsson

PS: you can also find our recommendations here:
- Producers: http://www.bkwine.com/vininformation/recommeded_wine_producers.htm
- Restaurants and more: http://www.bkwine.com/vininformation/restaurants_wine_shops_books.htm
- Wine books: http://www.bkwine.com/vininformation/wine_books.htm
Per Karlsson & Britt Karlsson

Happy birthday! And congrats on going international as well. I guess it comes with age. ;-)

I am very proud of you and have enjoyed many of the benefits this blog has brought to you! Here's to many more delicious meals and great glasses of wine together.

Love, Your Wife

Now come the terrible twos, no?

Big congrats. I'll drink tonight in your honor..

However, something has been killing me: Is it pronounced Lenn-dev-ers (as in endeavors) OR Lenn-dev-ours (as in chows down)


Big up, Beau.

You don't truly expect me to reveal such a secret do you?

Actually, I've heard people pronounce it both ways. Originally, I was going to name the blog LENNDEAVORS (rhymes with endeavors) but then I decided to get even "cuter" with the name and make deavors into devours.

So where did that get me? Here two years later with you asking this question.

Hard to argue against saying it Lenn-Devours at this point. So let's go with that. Yeah, that's it.

Per & Britt,

Thanks for listing me in your newsletter..that's really cool!

Auguri, dude. I aspire to be where you are one day.

Hello everyone. I must first say Congrats! I wish Lenn many more outstanding vintages.
But, I did hear that the State Liquor Authority(SLA), in order to raise money for NYS will be taxing bloggers who write about wine. Inter-state wine blogging has been banned from NY since prohibition.The SLA has begun sending out "deblogs" (undercover bloggers) to collect names info and pictures...uh...gotta go...I think there is one right............

Congratulations on two years. Wish you all the best for the next two years.

Lendevours, Sr.


A well written blog with plenty of great information, this blog is one of the best on the web. That says a lot about you as a person, since this is really just an extension of you. Keep up the good work and don't get discouraged, your time will come.

P.S. I wondered about the pronunciation myself and then I heard Tim from Winecast pronounce it on one of his shows. When I heard it, I thought he butchered it, but it appears he got it right.

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