A Fine Time for Wine

By: Angela Moore
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Farewell, summer. Today marks the first official day of fall, which means it's time to get jazzed about the best part of harvest season: WINE.



Check out these fun finds for autumn 2009.


Wine Ratings Guide iPhone App:
A one-million wine database, plus your own personal ratings list



Vineyard reports from across North America
Screwcaps and boxed wine are in!


Wine Shop Savvy:
How to return a flawed bottle



Harvest Vine Wallpaper:
Dress your desktop for fall.

Need info and tips on vino? Let us know.


- Angela Moore, VP/Site Director
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