Sample Submissions

Sample Submissions

The Wine Bottle guidelines for submitting samples for review are pretty straight forward.

The first step is to drop me a line via email. I will get back to you ASAP to make sure all is ready for your samples to arrive. My email is dbtaylor01@gmail.com.
Every bottle you send will be reviewed. Regardless of whether you’ve got an experimental wine or a stone cold killer of a wine, I’ll test it, write it up, and publish it online within a week of receiving your samples. The review is also sent simultaneously back to you.
There are no limits on reproducing my reviews. I wish to spread the word about all sorts of wines to all sorts of people, and so please feel free to reproduce my reviews and ratings ‘til your heart’s content. I will also publish reviews of your wine to my followers on Instagram and Twitter.
Press releases and technical sheets are more than welcome. The more information I have on the wine, the better.

So basically…
Drop me an email.
Label your wines (even hand-written with a sticky label!) and put in a sheet with all relevant info, including the retail price.
I will publish my reviews and ratings within a week of receiving your samples, and you can publish then on your site as much or as little as you like!

Why submit samples to The Wine Bottle?
The Wine Bottle is an independent wine website dedicated to talking about interesting wines, interesting wine topics, and constantly learning about new discoveries in the world of wine. It’s aimed at experienced wine drinkers as well as novices looking to learn a thing or two about wine, or read an interesting yarn. In my reviews and ratings I try to tell the story of the wine, as well as when it might be best to drink, with what foods, and in what company. The aim is to be informative and helpful, not to trash wines or be a trendsetter.

Cheers!
David

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