The Start of Something Fun

wineI love Wine! I also love Coffee! My love affair with wine began in 2005 when I met my wife, Kimberly. I’ve been a coffee lover since I was in my early 20′s

why drinknectar.com

I’ve always enjoyed exploring my passions. I believe there are other people passionate about similar subjects. My desire is for drinknectar to bring those people together. Specifically, to provide people in my community with an interactive social experience that can assist in making educated decisions when it comes to their wine and coffee drinking experiences.

what will you see at drinknectar.com

drinknectar will take to the streets of Spokane, WA (and elsewhere during my travels) for on location reviews of Spokane wine bars, coffee shops, local wineries and more (we may even explore the occasional pub or local brewery). Armed with my flipcam we’ll even get the ‘on the street’ taste test of wine and coffee. My goal is to expand the awareness of the great places serving nectar and help people explore tastes that they may have never considered. By no means do I consider myself an expert. I am a fan, like you, with a passion.

I’ll try to post daily, but not all posts will be reviews. Currently I’m setting up my first round of nectarviews, so stay tuned.

In the meantime, follow me on twitter @nectarwine or look for the facebook fan page drinknectar (all one word).

Drinking tonight: Lodi, CA Seven Deadly Zins Zinfindel – YOU?

QOTD: Where do you buy your wine?

drinknectar.com    <drink.happy>

drinknectar

Owner of Nectar Tasting Room in Spokane, WA. (@nectarwine) Publisher of Spokane Wine Magazine (@spowinemag), author, speaker, consultant and internet marketer with Nectar Media (@nectarmedia)

5 comments on “The Start of Something Fun

  1. Ian

    Sounds like a great service, can’t wait to see more from you!

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  2. The Juice

    I buy my wine at the Yoke’s Fresh Market (Argonne) or Bottles (Argonne/Liberty in Millwood). What do I win?

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    1. drinknectar

      Josey – how are plans going with the Patizo Network?

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      1. The Juice

        Slow, but steady. I’m glad that I went back for my MBA because I’m feeling more and more like I’m learning the skills to make it scalable and flexible enough for any market condition. I found out there’s an inter-collegiate business plan competition every spring, so I plan on entering that in ’11. Top prize is like $40-$50k. Hopefully, I’ll be fully ready to launch shortly after that.

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