1. Wine Tasting Reviews
MyWinePal posts wine reviews here in the MyWinePal blog, on the main MyWinePal.com website, and via Twitter. People can download all the MyWinePal tastings on the MyWinePal.com website. This is a free service to wineries.
If you would like to increase the exposure of your wines, or your latest vintage to the wine enjoying public, please contact Karl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please provide the following information in your email:
- your contact details and winery address
- the names of the wines you would like me to review
- any information that you have on that particular vintage
- the price of your wines, and if you are selling through local wine shops, government stores, and/or through your winery
MyWinePal will respond with the address to courier your wines to, and will advise you when the reviews are complete. The reviews will be tweeted, put on the MyWinePal blog, and in the Wine Reviews section of the MyWinePal.com website. Let MyWinePal promote your wines. There is NO charge for this service.
2. Social Media Monitoring
Every winery and agent would like to know what people think of their wines. What have the reviews been like in Toronto, Los Angeles, or London for the latest vintage, or for a new wine you just brought to market? MyWinePal uses social media tools to understand the wine world, in part for developing articles for the web blog. MyWinePal can undertake a weekly or monthly review of the major social media tools, along with online newspaper articles mentioning your winery and/or wines of interest, and provide you with a brief report and links to the articles of interest. Knowledge is power. Learn about yourself, the market, and/or what other wineries are doing. Contact MyWinePal for more details at email@example.com
3. Writing Wine or Travel Articles
I love to write, especially about wine and travel. I am available to contribute content for your magazine, newspaper, and/or blog. I have travelled extensively around the world, as well am very familiar with my own backyard, beautiful British Columbia. Let me share my travel enthusiasm with your readers.
Your readers may also be interested in wine, and would appreciate information about a wine region (e.g. Paso Robles, Loire Valley), a type of grape (e.g. Malbec, Torrontes), a wine style (e.g. sparkling, fortified, still), or all combined, plus a few wines they may want to buy. Give me a try. Let me get your readers as excited about wine as I am.
4. Aerial Image and/or Topographic Map of Your Winery
Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words, and sometimes more. An aerial image of your winery and vineyards printed and framed in your tasting room can help your customers better understand your vineyards and terroir. To help you or your viticulture manager with terroir, MyWinePal also can provide you with a detailed topographic map of your vineyard(s). With this digital terrain model, you can use computerized mapping technology, such as a Geographic Information System (GIS) to calculate the slope and aspect of your land, to help identify microclimates or potential frost pockets within your vineyard. Helping you to better understand your unique terroir.