Everyday Wine Lover's Guide to the Vino Lifestyle.
Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) October 28, 2008
A different kind of wine website made its official debut this month. Vino Primo, or http://www.VinoPrimo.com, is the "Everyday Wine Lover's Guide to the Vino Lifestyle."
Vino Primo doesn't sell wine. Instead, this new electronic magazine helps casual wine lovers navigate the sometimes complicated and intimidating world of wine with fun and humorous information. This e-zine rarely talks about how many points a wine scored at a particular competition. But it gives readers the inside scoop on everything fun about wine. Vino Primo tells readers about the "wine rules" on occasion, but also encourages readers to break those rules at every opportunity.
Like a traditional magazine, Vino Primo's content changes once a month. Topics range from winery profiles, recipes, party ideas, restaurants, health, beauty, environmental awareness, wine industry news, wine country travel & leisure, wine activities, wine bargains, advice from experts, wine news from around the world and much more.
-October's issue features ideas and recipes for throwing a HalloWine party. Vampire Vineyards Wines are also featured. And yes, some of their vino is imported from Transylvania. The vampires also enjoy blood of the vine from California and France.
-October is "Breast Cancer Awareness Month". Vino Primo features Northern California winery, Amphora Wines and its "Stomp Out Breast Cancer Grape Crush" in the e-zine's "Spin the Bottle" section.
-How about a day at a luxury spa? Vino Primo gives readers the skinny (and the prices) on grape-infused treatments at the Spa at Kenwood Inn in Sonoma County, found in the "Spa Experience" section.
-The October issue is packed with important health information about how red wine may knock out lung cancer. But the issue also has an article about how wine "miraculously" flowed from kitchen faucets in Italy.
-This month, Vino Primo passes on insider advice about Washington State Rieslings and California Central Coast Cabernet Sauvignon varietals. The going "Going Green" section tells readers about the world's largest solar winery, which is in the works.
-In the Travel section's "Primo Places," readers can find out about a hotel in Portugal's Douro Valley that allows guests to help with the wine grape harvest. "Wine Adventures" gives readers the low-down on biking in Colorado's beautiful wine county. Colorado has a wine country? Who knew?
All of this information is a "must have" and very simple one-stop shopping for everyday wine lovers. It's just one of the things that makes Vino Primo different from other wine magazines or websites.
Vino Primo is also different because it has the look and feel of a magazine, with the convenience of a website. The home page looks like the cover of a magazine with a large photo and headlines. Readers can click on a headline and jump straight to a story of interest.
If readers choose to scroll down below the cover page, they will find a "Table of Contents" that lists more information about the cover stories and other great articles in that month's issue. Readers can click on article descriptions and jump straight to the story of interest.
Of course Vino Primo also has the traditional website navigation bar at the top of the cover page, for those who want to look for an article under a particular category. Under the section buttons, drop downs reveal other interesting sections such as: "Spin the Bottle," "Spa Experience," "Wino of the Month," "Going Green," "Just Drink It," "Wine Adventures" and much more!
Based in Northern California, Vino Primo has access to a plethora of fantastic wine regions. But the e-zine doesn't stop there. Vino Primo features stories from wine regions around the United States and around the world.
So start living the Vino Lifestyle... http://www.VinoPrimo.com
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