Who Started It: The Very First Tweets About Wine

by Steve Broback on November 8, 2012

There are at least 100,000 tweets a day on average containing the word “wine”. Ever wonder who was the first? Well, wonder no more, as we have the answer below.

In honor of our Nov. 10 Tweet House party at the Napa Valley Film Fest (featuring Robert Scoble and Barry Schuler), we’ve analyzed the archive of the earliest tweets for 26 other wine-related words to see who were the true pioneers of wine tweeting.

If you like wine, movies, and Twitter, we hope to see you in Napa this weekend — and for all the tweeteers below, we’ve added your names to the VIP door list. Please join us to drink a toast to your leadership in the realm of wine and social media.

The first tweet ever containing the word “Chardonnay”:

Chenin:

Chianti:

Cinsault:

Rioja:

Healdsburg:

Malbec:

Merlot:

Mourvedre:

Napa:

Oakville:

Pinot:

Riesling:

Rutherford:

Sangiovese:

Sauvignon:

Shiraz:

Sonoma

Syrah:

Tasting:

Tempranillo:

Varietal:

Vermentino:

Vineyard:

Wine:

Yountville:

Zinfandel:

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