WineToMatch gets some blogger love from WinoTripping.com

WinoTripping
Wine writer, Rich Ciccotelli, over at winotripping.com gave a us some love on a recent post. There’s lots of exciting changes happening here at WineToMatch, some of which you may have already noticed: 1. As Rich noted, “[WineToMatch] is a quick and easy way to get in the right ballpark”. With our unique “cloud” of wine recommendations, getting in the “right ballpark” has always been our intent and it’s true that several wines might pair just fine with the same dish. We’ve received a lot of great response from our users about this and we’ve been really pleased with how our pairing engine has been performing, but behind the scenes we’ve been quietly tweaking the cloud to give you evermore precise pairings, emphasizing the one or two wines we believe will give you the very best pairing experience! 2. We’ve been adding even more wines to our data base! You may have already noticed several new Italian wines (I’ll be posting about our new Tuscan selections soon) and we have many, many more in store!  3. Our partners at wine.com have recently improved their query engine which we’ve now fully implemented into the WineToMatch iPhone app and WineToMatch.com. Our wine recommendations our now sorted daily from wine.com’s vast inventory, using the highest standards that we set ourselves, providing you with a selection of wines that we know you’ll enjoy! And last but not least, 4. look for the brand new “name this dish” and social networking features in the coming days! You’ll be helping us improve WineToMatch by naming the the dish you’re preparing! You’ll then be able to announce the dish and our wine recommendations to your friends and followers via Facebook and Twitter! Now that’s some exciting stuff!

posted on May 12 2010 by jesse

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Thanks, Jesse! The site is great. I just had a stuffed chicken breast with fontina cheese, prosciutto, and broccoli and wanted to try a red wine. WineToMatch gave me at least a dozen wine choices (mostly white), but suggested a Burgundy. I popped my best Pinot Noir (california) and it worked out great!
Posted by WinoTripper on 05/12 at 01:05 PM
Love that! Thanks Rich!
Posted by jesse on 05/12 at 04:53 PM

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