Jancis Robinson The woman knows so much about wine she was awarded the Order of the British Empire or OBE (or knighthood to the rest of us).
Kevin Zraly: Author of the "Windows on the World Wine Course," one of my absolute favorite introductory wine books ever: visually engaging, thorough, and fun!
The Wine Doctor: Can you say comprehensive? Chris Kissick's site has been producing content since 2000, and offers thorough overviews of wine regions, processes and killer glossary. Nothing if not inspirational!
Mark Oldman Comprehensive, down to earth and tons of fun, Oldman is the producer of two stellar books and a terrific blog.
Becoming a Chef The website of Andrew Dornenberg and Karen Page, authors of one of my favorite books, "What to Drink with What you Eat."
Terry Thiese: One of our favorite importers. This man has made a living touting the brilliance of Austrian and German wines, as well as grower Champagnes. Not only is his palate exquisite, his writing is brilliant and laugh out loud funny.
Vinography Another well-maintained, killer wine blog. Alder Yarrow's got a great take on the wine world. Plus he's a fellow techie (what's not to love?).
San Francisco Chronicle Wine Lest you think our suggestions take too much of an old world slant, we are happy to report that are devoted readers to this west coast gem. Jon Bonne's twitter feed is also rivetting for those looking to expand their social media knowledge.
The Wine Hub Alberto is a Masters of Wine candidate with a ton of knowledge and a joy for sharing. His passion for wine is infectious, so definitely check it out!
Boston Sommelier Society If you are looking for professional education resources in the Boston area, just check these guys out. They offer weekly blind tastings in preparation for every wine certification exam (Master Sommelier, Wine Spirits and Education Trust and Society of Wine Educators).