The idea of making this map artisan wine matured over time. At first we thought or knew only about five or six wineries and the truth was complicated to try something with such a small amount. As we got deeper into the subject, our natural network was giving us more and more information.
We did a mailing announcing that we hung this map and what we proposed a collaborative task. The responses were immediate. They were few but excellent. A few days ago Joan sent me a list with more wineries. Some knew them as the Límit Terroir , pending a visit two years ago when we met Hubert in the Slow Domink Vitis, but they were not on the map, others were total strangers. The map grows.
Yesterday, Joan, aware of the value of the tool, post a call to your network, warning of its existence and will be very useful for everyone. And the answers come in quality and quantity. Yesterday, David, of Addicted to Lust , also echoed and began to promote from your blog.
Today, 24 hours later, we are in contact with people who did not know, from all over the world (Portugal, Italy, France, Spain, etc.) and sensitive craftsman wine carrying valuable information that we will add to the map, if we allow systematic drip :) Producers, merchantes, friends and wine lovers are contacting us.
To give more visibility to this map, we created a banner so that those you want in your agreguéis what blogs and websites.
We leave the link to add, move, comment, or whatever appropriate entiendáis do. And we are here for any technical query you please us.
Salut a craftsman wine cartographers! As says Jordi Sanfeliu , this is not no stopping it!