Undertaking A New Blogging Adventure

NYCRIn case you missed it a couple of weeks ago, I have joined the great team over at the New York Cork Report as a correspondent.  This has been a bit of a dream come true for a locavore, NYS wine lover like me.

When I started to get into wine more seriously and look to the vineyards out east,  Lenndevours was one of the first tools I used in my study.  For those of you not in the know, Lenndevours used to be the New York Cork Report.

There was not a day that went by where I did not eat lunch, have a cup of coffee or sip on a glass of wine while reading the NYCR.  In fact, when I ventured into this blogging life, the NYCR was an inspiration.  And it still is today.

What will I be bringing to the NYCR?  The inspiration I have for the NYCR will hopefully turn into energy to help organize and get some activities and events off the ground and be successful.  I will be doing some reporting and story coverage out east as well.  I am ready to hit the ground running for Lenn and the rest of the awesome team he has assembled.  We have already started talking about some things and I am very excited to be a correspondent for the NYCR.

UndertakingWine.Com will not vanish into the blogosphere, as some may have think it already did.  I will still do my reviews on what is open on my table for dinner.  I will still let you know when things are going on that I may be at and I hope to bring you more stories, as I always strive to do, but fail miserably.

I am super excited to get to work on many things for the NYCR and I hope to continue to make the NYCR as the go to place for news and info on NYS wine.

About Michael Gorton, Jr.

I am a Licensed Funeral Director who is having a love affair with Long Island Wine and the people that make Long Island wine so special. I am married to my wife Melissa and live in Rocky Point. Our first son Gabriel Noel was born on July 27, 2010. We have three cats and one dog.
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3 Responses to Undertaking A New Blogging Adventure

  1. We’re glad to have you on board, Michael.

    Now that you’re back from your Mexican vacation, let’s get to work 😉

  2. My thoughts exactly! Siesta is over.

  3. Pingback: Undertaking A New Blogging Adventure – Cool Tips From Thomas

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