Discovering Wine and Memorabilia at The Wine Collectionary

A few days ago, I was brought aware of an interesting online presence called The Collectionary.

A portmanteau of the words “collection” and “dictionary,” its creators coined the term “Collectionary” to embody a single desire, stated to me as “to create a dictionary of everything in the world that people collect. . .Whether it’s the history, facts, or unique attributes regarding a particular collectible or item, we want to give people a place to learn about the collectibles they love.”

WineNow, for those reading this and wondering how the subject relates to a food and drink website, one topic among the many to be found at The Collectionary is wine, a topic as dear to my heart as to my palate. Having spent no small amount of time perusing the site since its creator reached out to me, I find The Wine Collectionary to be a fairly well-stocked resource for all things related to the nectar of the vine. Wines, glassware, storage furnishings, decanters, wine-themed decorative accents, and more including many vintage items and collectibles, are all available for the viewing, learning, and purchasing.

The Wine Collectionary can be found online at and features expert collectors called “Moderators” that help with each Collectionary by adding cool and intriguing items to the site.

Said project manager, Pretty Hagad, “We hope visitors to our site will enjoy browsing all the amazing collectibles ever created. Looking at many of the nostalgic items on the site we hope it brings back many fond memories as a child or another time in your life. We also want people to learn about Collectibles and find out where those items are for sale as we point to the different places on the internet the items are for sale.”

Wine enthusiasts take note: Its creators would love to have more Wine Moderators helping out. So now would be a good time to head on over to check them out and perhaps lend your knowledge, expertise, or collectibles.  I’ll meet you there.

To see all the amazing Collectionaries, visit

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