This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of WineMaps.com.
If you are an avid reader of this blog, you know I talk about wine quite often. Where I live in Louisiana, there are 5 or 6 wineries and vineyards within an hour’s drive. They are not highly publicized and their whereabouts can be difficult to locate. But soon I’ll be able to use an interactive website called WineMaps to track these places down complete with a mobile app.
WineMaps, Inc. was started by Ryan Ornelas, a former IT Director in San Francisco, who is now a married SAHD with two boys. The site is still in the beta phase, but will be an awesome reference when it is up and running. You will be able to locate wineries locally and in other parts of the world. That’s right, globally.
What makes WineMaps unique?
GeoLocation (location-aware browsing). Without even knowing who you are or what wines you like, WineMaps can target your basic needs of finding a local winery, vineyard, wine bar or event to plan your next experience. Once you arrive you can be greeted with social promotions designed to enhance your experience.
Be one of the first to use the app by signing up here at http://discover.winemaps.com/beta for WineMaps newsletters and updates.
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Wineries can get discovered for free at winemaps.com/ads.