Fruity? Full-bodied?

WineLog logoNo, that’s not the title of an ad for some young guy in the Castro. Rather it’s the intro line from a site that just launched called WineLog.

I’m pretty curious about this site — I’m not sure exactly what it does because I can’t see to log in to it, but hey, that’s cool! I’m still excited to try it out when it’s ready!

…And heck, what a perfect chance to review the wines that you might enjoy at WineCamp (hint! hint!). 😉

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Author: Chris Messina

Product guy, friend to startups, inventor of the hashtag, proponent of bots and conversational apps; Xoogler and X Uber.

2 thoughts on “Fruity? Full-bodied?”

  1. Hey, Chris. Thanks for the mention.

    WineLog is exactly for occasions like WineCamp. I can’t remember how many times I’ve had a really great wine and fooled myself into thinking I could remember the name. With WineLog you can find the wine in our DB (or add it if it’s one we missed) and keep track of it in your wine log. We use computers to keep track of other hard to remember things like phone numbers, addresses, and dentists’ appointments. Why not something important like wine?

    We did have a little hiccup with our initial invite, but I noticed that you have managed to validate and setup your account. If you are still having trouble, shoot me an email. Also, anyone else that wants an invite can email us at info(at)winelog(dot)net. Thanks!

  2. Another thanks for the mention and the inquiry to list my wines with WineLog.

    Ferriere Vineyards Cabernet Franc.

    Raven Oaks Syrah.

    Radoux-Ferriere, Premium Blend

    All websites are under-construction so an email, or call at 415-425-9648 is easy enough.

    Looking foreword to following up on this.

    Your friend in the art of living,

    Andrew D. Ferriere-

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