A note to James Laube: love the video, but please invest in image stabilization technology

by TrevR on November 15, 2007

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Wine Spectator senior editor James Laube pens a highly informative blog (“James Laube Unfined“) Wine Spectator’s James Laubecovering all aspects of the California wine industry from his home base in the Napa Valley. We love the blog, although we’ll never understand why Wine Spectator hides even its staff blogs behind that terrible pay wall, and have been long-time readers.

In a post this afternoon (you’ll have to be an RSS subscriber and click through from your reader to view the full content thanks to the aforementioned silly pay wall), Laube tells us about his day spent visiting with various winemakers yesterday. It’s a good read, and we were pleasantly surprised to see a couple videos embedded within the post. One attempts to show the view from Keever Vineyards, which is located on the western Napa Valley hillside at 26 Vineyard View Drive in Yountville. The problem is we could barely get through the first 10-15 seconds of the video without nearly losing our lunch.

James–love that you’re using video, but please invest in some image stabilization technology!

[techtags: Napa, Napa Valley, wine, winery, Wine Spectator, winecountry, James Laube, online video, vlog, Keever Vineyards, Yountville, blog]

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