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For the latest news, see our site blog was launched on February 2, 2006. We are three wine enthusiasts who have always struggled to keep track of all the wines we've tried. Anyone who has ever had a bad bottle twice knows exactly what we mean. is our answer to that problem. This site is a place to learn about wines and share wine experiences, without a pretentious atmosphere.

In your bottle log you can keep your own personal tasting notes, based on what you think about a wine. Write what you want, grade how you want, because at the end of the day, the best wine for you is the wine you like most. is constantly being updated with new features and content. We look forward to your comments and suggestions for improvements to the site. Perhaps you have a fun wine fact that you'd like to share, or an idea for a new feature for the website. Maybe you simply have a question about how the site works. In any case, you can submit your inquiry or idea to our forum or email us at

If there's one thing we believe, it's that wine tasting and enjoying is subjective, an art based on individuality.

Thanks for stopping by, and drink up!

Jon, Steve and Katie, creators of

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Firefox is recommended because it's faster, safer, and just plain a better browser. It also doesn't overwrite Internet Explorer, so you can try it out with nothing at all to lose.

The site also works well in many other browsers with only minor irregularities.

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