Top 10 Absolute Worst Posts of 2012
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Wine Folly is nearing our 1 year anniversary.
This means a couple of things: That we are drinking a lot of wine. It also means that we’re taking a good hard look at what worked and what didn’t over the last year.
While slightly intoxicated we had an idea. (Likely a bad idea.) Why not celebrate our worst posts of 2012? Without further ado, we present to you…
Top 10 Worst Posts of 2012
It’s a fun little myth that a silver spoon can keep your Champagne nice and bubbly. We actually like this post, but the metrics tell us it’s a stinker. Oh well! (original post)
Remember that one time when you couldn’t finish a bottle of wine? (Yeah, neither do we.) Anyhow, a great way to keep leftover wine would be to store it in a smaller bottle. Not a popular idea. It’s apparently easier to finish the bottle than to labor over measuring it out and resealing it. (original post)
*sarcasm* OH WOW! Look at this cork? It’s so remarkably different than this cork! My oh my, great grandpa’s rubbery elephant ear, this is something remarkable! */sarcasm* You get as excited about corks as we do, right? No, apparently not. Bummer. (original post)
Wouldn’t it be great to get a full blown wine dinner out of $20? We thought so! Turns out, that’s pretty hard. I wouldn’t say it’s impossible, but you either sacrifice the wine or the dinner ingredients. In any case, we think most people found our pairing to be an incomplete meal. (original post)
What? You don’t want to sit on a porch and drink a wine cooler..
with that old guy?
Come on! Wine coolers are ultra hip, am’i’right bro? (original post)
p.s. ice cold wine cooler, does that even make sense?
Burgundy nerds unanimously (all 8 of them) celebrated our analytical infographic of last year’s sales. You see, the market share is really a product of the wine produced and the derivitive wine sales when compared to international promotions rather than the… **zzzZZZzz** (original post)
Does size really matter? Apparently everyone already knows. Illusions, Romans, fancy bottles and a 75% rule; what do these all have in common? Absolutely nothing. Put your pinkies up and your wine glasses back, it’s time to get gentlemanly. (original post)
Let’s save the world together. We’ll reuse everything. Glass bottles, cardboard boxes, rotten grapes, leftover wine after a tasting.. Wait, what? Ok, maybe not that. But how about a complicated directionless post that generalizes an entire industry and digresses to simple cocktails? (original post)
Hurry, someone grab an acoustic guitar, an old blanket and some candles. Let’s sit around in a circle and read poetry while we drink wine. Maybe.. if we drink enough, we can write some wine haikus! Certainly a great idea. (original post)
What parallels can we draw between wine and sex without it getting awkward? Let’s take that concept and package it in an anecdotal story about a life experience which lacks context for the reader. (original post)
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