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Good things have been happening to us as we continue to increase our involvement in the wine and food industry. Some of our new pursuits may also help our readers in their search for information. With your permission, we take a few moments and share our good fortune with you
The Preiser Key Online
Most of you know that our magazine, The Preiser Key, now has a circulation of approximately 250,000 in Napa, and we believe it is the most carried and relied upon magazine by the visitors to wine country. The Key has received accolades from cnn.com, msnbc.com, Frommers, and numerous wine writers and commentators. You can now order a copy for yourself or view the entire magazine on line by following the following steps.
-Go to www.preiserkey.com
-Under the leaf on the right side of the home page click on “Order your Copy – Today”
-Type in your name and email, and then click on “Submit”
-Click on the print version if you want one sent for $5.00, or the free on line version if you want to download a copy.
-For the online version, when the magazine appears use the arrows above to turn the pages.
Feel free to let us know what you think.
Living Out East & On the Bay Magazine
The following press release was sent to the media on May 31 by Living Out East & On the Bay magazine. We are very happy to be involved with this publication.
LIVING OUT EAST & ON THE BAY ADDS NATIONALLY KNOWN WINE WRITERS
(Lakewood Ranch, FL)…Living Out East & On the Bay magazine, one of Florida's largest circulated lifestyle periodicals, has added nationally known wine writers and publishers, Monty and Sara Preiser, as monthly contributors. The Preisers live in Florida and Napa, where they publish the only comprehensive guide to wineries and restaurants for the Napa Valley. They have also written for numerous newspapers, magazines and websites, and served as judges for many top wine competitions. Their own wines will be released this fall.
“The Preisers are an excellent addition to our magazine. They write in a way that informs and educates in a way that is enjoyable to read,” explains Jeff Orenstein, executive editor and co-publisher. “They find topics out of the ordinary that others have overlooked.”
We first met Tom House when he was primarily a server at one of south Florida’s premier restaurants. Since that time he has become a major player in the internet information game with his globally well received www.dinnerreviews.com website.
While we have limited our restaurant reviews lately to Hilton Head Island, our own magazine, or as a part of a more general travel piece, we have missed having an outlet that would publish our individual reviews of the many great restaurants in which we dine in both the U.S.A. and Europe. That desire will be now be fulfilled, and from time to time our food critiques and recommendations will appear on Tom’s excellent site. Check it out (and not just for our writing). You will find dinnerreviews.com to be incredibly active and informative.
Sally's Place and Our Wine Reviews
We have been receiving quite a few requests lately as to where people can find some or all of our past wine columns. There are a number of places to read them, as they are reprinted on various blogs and websites, but most of our writings are on Sally's Place at www.sallybernstein.com, one of the best food and wine sites on the Web. Knowing how much you like travel, food, and wine, we highly recommend you look at the entire site. It is quite comprehensive at over 2500 pages and has many travel articles and information so plan to spend some time there.
You can go directly to a list our columns, if you wish at: http://sallybernstein.com/beverages/wine/its_time_for_wine.htm
Then, just click on the article that interests you.
Cheers to All, and Thanks Sharing our Good Fortune
Wine writers and educators Monty and Sara Preiser divide their time between Palm Beach County, Florida and the Napa Valley in California. They publish the world's most comprehensive guide to Napa Valley wineries and restaurants titled, appropriately, The Preiser Key to Napa Valley.