Archive for the ‘Web 2.0’ Category

Friendly Wineries toast on Twitter and Facebook

July 20, 2011 by Laura Saieg

Six wineries got together to celebrate the “Friend’s Day”, which in Argentina takes place on July 20th. Gimenez Riili, Norton, Pulenta Estate, Renacer, Sin Fin and Trivento invite all wine lovers to drink a toast through social networks.

Direct Wine Sales: Internet, the channel of the future

June 8, 2011 by Laura Saieg

According to a wine industry research, VinQuest 2011, wineries leverage social media and multiple direct sales channels to rebound from recession. In 2010, sales volumes grew 12%.

BodegasTW: the first mega tasting in aid of CONIN

March 18, 2011 by Laura Saieg y Mariano Zalazar

By means of Twitter, a mega tasting has been developed with the aim of helping CONIN’s children. The event will be carry out on 26th March, in Mendoza, Argentina, and will gather great figures of the national wine industry.

Wines of Argentina launches micro website on WineSpectator.com

February 18, 2011

As part of its Internet positioning strategy and in order to further consolidate the brand Vino Argentino in the world, Wines of Argentina will have a space ‒ until May of this year ‒ consisting of a micro website and a listing of WofA’s activities on WineSpectator.com.

Consumers do not trust in wine bloggers yet

February 7, 2011

This was the conclusion of a report carried out by Wine Intelligence. It highlights consumer’s trust when choosing wines in United States, United Kingdom and France.

The big winners of My Wine Story

November 3, 2010 by Laura Saieg

The winners of My Wine Story, the first 2.0 contest organized by WineSur, were published last week. Gabriel Braconi’s Atipax was the most voted wine. Other wines that got very good results were Lambrusco Maestri (Don Bosco) and ++ Plus 2008 (Trapezio).

My Wine Story, the secret behind each bottle

September 22, 2010 by Laura Saieg

This week, WineSur launched the wine contest My Wine Story with the aim of knowing the wine stories of each winery, bringing them closer to consumers through the 2.0 world. Know how to participate and vote.

The new influential wine figures

September 21, 2010 by Laura Saieg

Internet will no longer exist the way we know it and the new web era will gain prominence, including social networks as the star. Now users have the power, gurus are becoming obsolete and new wine figures are arising.

WineSur is among the 50 websites selected by Wine Business

September 15, 2010 by Laura Saieg

Wine Business, one of the most important US wine media, considers WineSur one of the 50 best websites of the world.

Live Twitter Tasting of Argentinian wines

August 31, 2010 by Laura Saieg

Last week Wines of Argentina (Wofa) carried out a new online tasting via Twitter, especially devoted to the white and rose wines awarded in the last edition of the AWA (Argentina Wine Awards). The tasting reached 11,500 people. Here WineSur provides readers with some of the conclusions.