As part of our travels on the web, we have found a number of
high-quality websites that we return to time and time again in order to get
information or research certain wines. We have have posted these links here and
will update them periodically.
This group lists some of the best places we have found where you
can order wines and wine
accessories. Plus, if you have a wine cellar, it can be very useful to use some
software to manage your tasting notes.
A nifty little auction site out of Oregon that often has classic wines to
offer yet the bidding is light enough that you can get in at a price often
much better than retail.
eRobertParker.com. Offers a full set of Parker's tasting notes on a
subscription basis. Also has a really nice discussion board run by Mark
K&L Wine Merchants.
One of my favorite wine retailers, it offers consistently low pricing together
with a very efficient website.
As online wine auction websites go, this one is very efficient and often has
very classy wines available.
I use this cellar management software. It includes all 45,000+ Parker tasting
notes from 1992 onwards.
These personal pages are built more out of love for the vine
than for purely commercial gain even though some of them boast thousands of
newsletter readers! Nonetheless, for the most part, these are well designed,
complete wine web sites worth keeping in your favorites list.
Winegeek is a classy website with its own unique voice. If only some of
the wine writers could write like this...
Damn Good Wine.
A fun, edgy wine site with a lot of good wine-related information.
Eric Anderson's web site include a lot of information about wine including
article and more.
easy to understand wine reviews, ratings, stories and guides. Participate
and rate wines yourself..
Our Favorite Wineries
This is our short list of wines that we love. Some of these are
large wineries -- some are very small. All make lovely wines that we have
purchased for years. Some of these are well-kept secrets (don't spoil them) but
All of the publications listed below offer services from their
websites. Some are limited in the number of back articles that are available or
the number of tasting notes that they keep available for free.
Wine Tasting in Philadelphia. The Wine School of Philadelphia.
If you have a wine-related website that you think would be of
interest to us and would like to exchange links, please send us email with details
about your website, including the URL that you want us to link to, and we will evaluate whether we think there is a good fit
with our interests. We would appreciate posting a link from your site back to our pages using
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Ragens Wine Pages: Wine tastings, book recommendations, and favorite wine
Virtual Tastings. Fun, easy to understand wine reviews, ratings, stories and guides. Participate and rate wines yourself.
The Wine Enthusiast is a great source of glassware, serving and
preservation systems, in addition to self-contained wine cellars and other wine
storage options. If you're not sure what you need, the company offers a list of 'Recommended' items that cover a wide range of needs
through their home page.
Serving and preserve your wine, from the most elegant decanters
to chillers, coasters, drip savers and more. When we want wine by the glass
(when we don't think we'll finish a bottle), we use the
which automatically fills the bottle with nitrogen to preserve the wine.