I am very interested in exchanging links with your blog.
If alright with you I will add your link to my blog immediately
I do follow all my links regularly.
hi there ive just launched this new site on the Cape Winelands – South Africa. http://www.capewinelands.co.za Ive added your link to the web links page and if you would like to do the same please let m know.
Hi. Also interested in sharing links.
Thank you so much for taking the time to check out Carlton Cellars while you were down in Carlton!
– CC Crew
Great blog! I wanted to let you know that my friends and I just created a FREE app for the iPhone called “vinowine” which features wineries in Virginia and Maryland. We thought you might enjoy checking it out and telling us what you think considering your similar interests and passion for the good stuff!
You can track which wineries you have been to, view upcoming wine festivals, as well as rate and favorite the places you find to be most memorable. That being said, we would really welcome your reviews and comments of the wineries within our app.
Within our app we will also be creating a “featuring” portion to the app where we can highlight blogs and articles like yours! We want our users to be as informed as possible on Virginia wineries and what Virginia wine lovers have to say. We will let you know when we get that portion of the app done.
We’d appreciate your help on spreading the word so we can help advertise local wineries as well as highlight blogs like Wannabe Wino Wine Blog. We would also really appreciate it if you’d link to our website as well http://www.vinowineapp.com/
Keep up the good work on the blog and I look forward to reading more!
I have added your link to my blogroll. Could you please add mine? http://carolinaonthevine.com/
I visit North Carolina wineries and review them.
Really enjoyed you blog, but seems like you have a strong Northern California bias in your tasting selections. Not sure why that is, but you are really missing out if you don’t head down state a bit and do some tasting in Central California. Paso Robles, Santa Barbara, Santa Nez, San Luis Obispo all have a huge selection of great wineries with a lot less commercialization, tourism and Hype (though unfortunately, like everywhere else that is changing!). Lots of family wineries still available!
Can you tell us more about this? I’d love to find out some additional