They do. Really. But they'd never make it. For the 20th time this year, or so it seems, Vinography was unavailable from the hours of 10:00 PM to 4:00 AM Pacific time last night. Supposedly this was due to my whole account being moved to a newer higher performing server, but I could swear they had done that already 6 months ago. In any case, if you attempted to reach the site last night and got an error, I apologize for the inconvenience, and promise that I am already in the process of finding a hosting provider that is actually in the business of providing service rather than downtime.
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