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New Wine Blog Guarantees to Profile Your Wine Within 10 Days

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Ricardo Kanakari, a 35 year  wine industry veteran and former owner of Pavona Wines in Monterey, current 50 percent owner of Tipo Wines in Lodi and creator and executive producer of the first wine web show in the United States, Wine Nation TV, announced today that he is introducing a wine blog on the Internet unlike any other. Any winery that sends samples of their wine will have the wine profiles & peviewed in Less than 10 days with a direct link to their web site and Facebook Page..

There are no fees involved.

“Instead of waiting nine months to have your wines reviewed by the national publications, now you can have your wines reviewed within 10 days to an audience of well over ten thousand wine enthusiasts and it’s absolutely free! There is no better marketing/public relations opportunity for any winery in the wine business,” said Kanakari.

The reviews and profiles will appear on several different platforms initially, including Ricardo’s personal Facebook Page (which has five thousand friends and several hundred followers) as well as the Wine Nation Tv Facebook Page. Additionally, the reviews will appear on other sites, guaranteeing an audience of at least ten thousand Wine Enthusiasts.”We hope to get that up to at least 20 thousand as quickly as possible,” said Kanakari.

To participate you need to send 2 samples of each wine you want reviewed, any marketing materials and profile information, as well as the suggested retail price of the wine.

Samples should be sent to R. Kanakari, WNTV, 1813 Colette Street, Lodi, CA 95242. Direct any questions to Ricardo Kanakari at (209) 263 8919 or <[email protected]>

“This is a winery’s public relations person’s dream,” said Kanakari. “For the minimal cost of shipping or dropping off a few bottles of wine, you get thousands of potential dollars in sales and it happens immediately, in less than 10 days!”

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