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Cesare wrote:Whew, full day with Krugsters in Manhattan.
I can't believe nobody posted this yet.
Grapestories beta went live today. Will run in parallel with cellartracker while in beta, they both point to the same database on the back end. Either interface can be used to update your cellar (so be careful, on the new site).
Do we have a multi quote feature of here? We need one.
I don't really like how cellartracker has been complicated (or simplified?). I prefer the old view with all the information available for my eyes to scan. Oh well, it is progress. I'm sure Eric will figure something out to appease the "power" users and the rest. It seems to be a social networking site based around wine reviews. Peep their forums for a taste of what their loyal community has to say. Most thank Eric for all the work, but the transition is going to be difficult. For example, to find a wine, it's auction value, top stores where it's available, etc..it used to be one/two click. Now there is a longer "clicking" process to get to all the information. At any rate, this is just the Beta. View the discussion here: Oh Grapestories.
CAGrl, I have not had that Arroyo yet, sounds good though. What did you end up buying? Any of their PS?
Go Team USA and Ryan Miller. We're having all kinds of parties in Buffalo, NY to watch the game. I'm going to a free buffet and cash bar one of my favorite restaurants is hosting.
"If it smells done, it's done. If it smells burnt, it's burnt. If it don't smell, it ain't done yet."
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Buying wine in PA.
Yes, we are lucky, (for those of us that can buy from wine.woot that is...)
A man not old, but mellow, like good wine,
Stephen Phillips (1845-1915)
"I love cooking with wine, Sometimes I even put it in the food."
33 wine.woot's, 9 woot-off wines