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Looks like Lenn, Tom and Tim have beaten me to this; this being a new forum for wine bloggers and readers. I am guessing on the last part but it looks open to everyone. It is early days (I received several server errors while browsing) with just a few registered users, but it could replace the soon-to-close Lets Talk Wine. What the forum seems to do is take a blogs post and make a forum posting of it. My only thought here is that it would negate the need to comment on the original blog...

There is a blog associated to the forum run by one Craig Camp.

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Thanks for the mention of my new forum. I admit it can be problem that sometimes we can take comments away from individual blogs (including my own), but I hope this will be balanced by bringing additional traffic to each site by actively linking in all cases to the original blog and that the increased interest in all the blogs will be greater by combining our content. I hope this will become a kind of "live action" wine magazine.