Welcome to the new Dr. Vino!

Welcome to the new Dr. Vino! This site integrates my wine blog content as well as web site content all under one roof. Consider this site as your one-stop shop for all Dr. Vino wine picks and wine commentary.

Along with the swanky new design, you’ll see some new features. For example, you can browse topics by category. So if you are looking for wine recommendations, click “wine picks” to generate a list. If you’re looking for “wine politics” (and come on, who isn’t), just click on that in the category on the first sidebar. And so on. This feature was not available on my old blog so I have to go back and tag 697 posts with categories, a process that will take at least a bottle of high-octane tempranillo and few episodes of the Daily Show to work my way through…Thanks for your patience in this regard.

You may notice a new email sign-up for monthly summaries on the right sidebar. I encourage you to sign up in case you don’t check in with the site regularly. Or sign up even if you do you can get a monthly note with some highlights of site activity. The email list is and will always remain not for sale, exchange, loan nor lease, truck nor barter. There is new placement of ads on the right sidebar and a new statement of my ethics and privacy policy above. I have added some other pages to the nav bar including an events page. The maps will be folded into this page template shortly. Feel free to subscribe to the feed with your RSS reader!

Any questions, or suggestions, drop me a line or post a comment! Otherwise, we’ll return to our normally scheduled wine programing .

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11 Responses to “Welcome to the new Dr. Vino!”


  1. Congratulations on the new, swank digs!


  2. Mmmm, I love that new web site smell!

    Congrats and good luck!


  3. Nice looking overhaul Doc…and good luck with the tagging; we lost all ours in a recent server changeover and we’re still going…byte by byte…


  4. That’s a real nice look and feel, Doc. Cheers to you!


  5. Blogroll updated – and nice look. Blog studio is getting all the cool wine bloggers work these days :)


  6. Funny, Mike! … Sorry to hear that Craig. Time from some tempranillo for you!

    Josh and winehiker thanks for the blogroll updates. My blogroll (a sidebar form) mysteriously conked out so it has been sent back to the shop and will be up shortly…


  7. Looking great, Dr. V. Mazrl tov, as they say in the Oulde Sod. No, wait…


  8. Wow. Smashing upgrade. This is way more than a few “tweaks” isn’t it?? It’s more like a complete kitchen renovation…with just about the same amount of wine needed to get through it, I imagine :)


  9. Welcome to your new home, nicely done. Cheers!


  10. Congrats on the new site! Everything looks great and all the new features add a lot of functionality.


  11. You can certainly see your skills within the work you write.
    The world hopes for more passionate writers such as you who are not afraid to say how
    they believe. Always go after your heart.


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