Blog: Vote, vote, vote. It's furry important.
Chris Brook-Carter | 4 February 2005
Being an Internet-based news organ, we probably get more than our fair share of “Take a look at this Website”-type email traffic. It can get irritating to put it mildly.
But every now and then, a site recommendation comes along that, quite literally, stops us in our tracks. We can’t work, sometimes for hours on end, as the site we’re browsing keeps us captivated. The following link is one of those sites.
We also tire of Internet polls – “Who’s your favourite, Britney or Christina?” We don’t usually care. However, if enough of you write in, we could create “The just-drinks Australian Wine Dog of the Year” Award.
The smart money is on Peppie at Tatler Wines in New South Wales. You go, girl!
Check out the site below to see what all the fuss is about.
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