These folks have truly great pricing and selection working for them, making online shopping a breeze. If you get a moment, also check out their blog for some great insights and updates.
is geared to the younger wine buyers and connoisseur wannabees.
They have numerous events, tastings, ratings and a lot of refreshing
attitude -- not the oh-so-stuffy snobbery normally found in wine-dom.
If you could preserve each bottle you opened
-- but didn't finish -- and have the vino taste just as good as the
first sip, what would you pay? Surprisingly little, and with so little
effort, this system is how the pros keep unfinished bottles fresh,
and it's our favorite.
Winery Web Site Report
is a top-notch wine industry guide, but it also has a comprehensive
listing of winery websites. Mike Duffy is one smart cookie, and he's
helping numerous wineries be better marketeers.
Well, what can we say. This
has long been regarded as one of the best in the wine industry... lots
of helpful info, but it comes with a price, i.e. subscription required
and pretentions abound.
OH MY GAWD,
is this good stuff. Sea Bear offers such a rich array of smoked and
prepared seafood -- try their chowders and thank us later.
100 wines rated 90 pts plus.
All under $20
Good selections, very
conveinent and fun to shop, the folks at Wine.com get it. We do not always
find what we're looking for, but that's no different than our local shops.
If you are not close to a good wine shop, save some time and click to get what
50 States of Cheese
has nothing on the fine folks at iGourmet. We always order when we
visit and we always want more. Good selections, great service and
shipping. Go there, now. Come on, you know you want to, go ahead.
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