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Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 30, 2013
Online wine discovery site, Corkings, has recently announced two major new features much sought after by its tight knit community of wine lovers.
The first of the features that has been rolled out, the Activity Stream, is designed to allow members to see in real-time, what their friends and acquaintances are drinking. Accessible from the revamped member profile pages, users can now choose whether they would like to see their own personal wine stream, the stream of their wine buddies or the entire community's activity.
The second new feature announced was a move away from the current 100 point rating system made famous by the likes of Robert Parker, to a more friendly, 5-Cork Rating System. With this change, Corkings hopes to help make reviewing wines quicker and easier for its members.
These changes are just the latest in a string of updates and improvements made by the fledgling company.
"We're working hard to give our community the best experience possible,” Corkings founder, Gareth Jones, stated. "I had received a number of emails from members requesting that we made the ability to view user activities more prominent, so that's what we did.”
Although the core of the community is the wines and their accompanying ratings, Corkings also boasts an extensive and ever growing vault of information on wineries, wine regions and the grapes themselves. This culminates in a well-rounded experience for its members.
Corkings is an online wine community where you can discover, review and share wines as well as follow what your friends are drinking.
Corkings launched just over a year ago and has been seeing steady growth in the wine industry ever since, mainly due to its loyal members and its continued, rapid development of features. It's free to join Corkings and you can start adding wines today at http://Corkings.com.