Have you ever been concerned how to choose one or two bottles out of those hundreds on the shelves?
Have you ever been intimidated by an extensive wine list in the restaurant?
Have you tried to buy a particular wine you have tried last week, but forgot its name?
Exposedwines.com is a brand new wine site (including its mobile version!) that was created by a wine enthusiasts, who believe in easy and quick way how to source wine ideas, share them with others and, simply put, to get as much satisfaction from wine as possible.
ExposedWines.com agrees that life is too short to drink bad and boring wine.
Our goal is to help you to find your next favourite wines, match those with great food and various occasions, and ultimately share your experiences with other wine lovers.
We have developed a set of easy-to-use and helpful features including quick and advanced search, wine profiles and reviews, matching food with wine and profiling your own wine experiences and preferences in My Wines section. In addition, we are committed to provide wider information about wines, news around it, where to learn about wine, selecting cases for your parties and some more entertainment ideas.
ExposedWines.com doesn’t belong to a vineyard, retailer or distributor; we also do not sell wines directly, so rest assured, all our wine profiles are composed impartially by WSET certified professionals and the reviews are written by our lovely users.
You can use this site straight from your Mac, PC, iPhone, BlackBerry, Android or favourite tablet and search for the wine in the supermarket, restaurant, do your weekly or monthly wine shopping, and share your experiences with friends!
ExposedWines.com is operating on the UK market and we also have a separate section dedicated to British wines you can try and make your own judgment.
We would like to announce our regular column: Food and wine challenge, where we take 2-4 wines for a test-drink and match them with the meals.
Apart from this, we would also like to award a specially selected case of wine to our best reviewer on the monthly basis!
Please spare a minute and review the wines you have tried!
Any comments/suggestions? E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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