For the past few months I've been publishing a Flipboard Magazine version of Vinography. You can view it on the web, but it is really designed to be consumed on the iPad using the Flipboard app. I've not only been posting Vinography content to this magazine, but also lot of other articles, photographs, and other news from around the wine world.
I was told yesterday that the Vinography Flipboard Magazine was chosen as one of 74 Favorite magazines for 2013 by the employees of Flipboard. One of 74 doesn't sound so hot, until you hear that over 5 million Flipboard magazines have been created since the functionality was made available to the public.
You can see all 74 of the #magswelove choices from the Flipboard staff here (best viewed using the Flipboard app, of course).
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