Palate Press – The Online Wine Magazine

Palate Press - The Online Wine MagazineSome of you delicious readers may already know that I have become one of the founding contributing writers to  a new wine magazine called Palate Press (Twitter). It’s tagline is “The Online Wine Magazine” and indeed, it is!

Founded by David Honig (Twitter) of 2 Days per Bottle and The 89 Project, it stridently aims to be The Huffington Post or TechCrunch of the online wine world. He’s brought together many of the leading wine bloggers from around the world to participate and site drops today!! Look for my first article on a stemware showdown the week of September 26th.

Now go check it out!

Vinopanion: Ward Kadel - @drXeNo

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Ward Kadel - @drXeNo is the founder of Vinopanion wine blog, former West Coast Ambassador & Staff Blogger for and former Le Wine Buff for (CIVB). He will try any and all wines and tends to write about the parts of his life that include virtually all of it! He and his wife grew up in Napa and Sonoma and they still live in the Napa Valley. Check out the wines he's recommended with his WKBadges. Follow him on Twitter, Instagram and Like #Vinopanion on Facebook. Contact him: "Ward at". Ward happily accepts samples but does not guarantee a review, positive or negative.


  1. jason
    September 11, 2009

    Quite a collection of fine writers. I already like what I’ve seen on the site, including this piece on the Been Doon So Long book by Randall Grahm:

    ‘looking forward to reading your stuff there.

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