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My Wine is a neat tool that allows you to save your favorite wines from TheWineBuyingGuide.com and store them in one organized place. Simply sign in or create an account on TheWineBuyingGuide.com and click on "My Wine" to see what wines you have stored. Adding a wine to your "Wine Cellar" is as simple as clicking on the icon below the name of the wine on any wine page!
If your winery has 5-10 wines featured on TheWineBuyingGuide, you are eligible for a winery profile on our site! These profiles provide an easy way for consumers to learn about your brand, and they list all of your wines on our site in one convenient place. For examples of what your profile will look like, check out the Winery profiles currently on TheWineBuyingGuide. We will need a short company bio and photo from you to get started. This is a great way to gain extra traffic to your blog or site! If you already have 5-10 wines on our site and would like a profile, just contact us.
TheWineBuyingGuide has eBooks full of great ideas about wine, and they're completely free to download! These eBook PDFs can be saved to your computer, and/or printed out for easy reference. You can find our latest eBook, The Complete Guide to Serving Wine, here.
- Wine America
- American Wine Society
- Court of Master Sommeliers
- Wine Institute
- International Organisation of Vine and Wine
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Updated November 15, 2017