If you have (or know of) a winery Web site which treats mobile users differently, please leave a note in the comments. I'm trying to assemble a list of wineries (so far, Frog's Leap) which see value in providing a more appropriate experience to mobile visitors.
If you're not pursuing a mobile Web site for your winery at this time, please leave a comment as well, perhaps with your reasons.
The iPhone is a best-seller (despite AT&T). As a single phone, it is probably the dominant US-based mobile phone today.
If you haven't yet taken time to see what your winery Web site looks and feels like on an iPhone, please do (I'm sure at least one of your family or friends owns one). Some sites are truly hideous. Flash-based sites don't work at all.
This has been a public service announcement. Thank you.
PS - the Apple tablet computer (the iSlate?) appears to be coming soon.
This month's list of newly-discovered blogs includes Robert Mondavi Winery, which started blogging in October of this year. Even though it's great to see this name with a blog, the content seems to be primarily event announcements rather than something more authentic and engaging. Ah, well. It's still a resource for Mondavi fans.