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- CalgaryLiquorDelivery - 09-15-2011 11:17 AM
I have a question. Why does Australian Wine have a completely separate Extended Link in Google search results? What's so special about it? :-V
- TheEngineer - 09-16-2011 03:45 AM
CLD, first of all welcome on board. It's been a few years since I've been to Calgary but I like the wine scene there. At least it is not filled with provincials stores like the other provinces. I use to go to The Cellar on 1st a lot.
As for an answer to your specific question, I haven't the foggiest...... i'm guessin' that these can be called historical preservation categories. It use to be this way so it is now. You might have a point. I've tried a few Australian Rieslings lately and they are fantastic wines. Not perhaps among the top MSR's but compelling wines none the less. I'm guessing that this category was not created with those wines in mind....but then, hey I'm still a newbie compared to some of the other fine ...err....older....gentilemen that post on these here parts.
- winoweenie - 09-16-2011 01:53 PM
What be an extended Google link????WW :lol:
- CalgaryLiquorDelivery - 09-17-2011 10:42 AM
Thanks SuperModerator !
winoweenie, its when Google gives a separate link to one of your subpages. It means the product / page highlighted is really something.
- winoweenie - 09-17-2011 11:55 PM
CLD I have some questions myself. Are you in the business? Do you have an agenda? Do you activly promote certain interests? WW
- CalgaryLiquorDelivery - 09-30-2011 09:17 AM
WW, yes! I'm right in the middle of all the happenings. That's how i have access to the best stuff. I'm adding a signature. You'll have all the answers there. And no, I don't have an agenda. It's a pleasure to be here. Among people who actually understand and love wine.