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Paul Mabray

Mike,
First, I would hate to fill this with tons of URLS since I have such a strong bias. However, I know you'll do great on winecast. I contend that a website better expresses a "sense of people and brands" better than a "sense of place." You will find many more examples of great sites that demonstrate the former in a much more dynamic ways. This is because the medium of the web is better suited to express stories than places.

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Mary B.

I think the closest a winery can get to expressing a sense of terroir is by blogging. In a blog we can offer our readers a sense of the vintage, and stories of working with the soil and weather.

el jefe

Well, my web site can be slightly filthy at times - does that count...?

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