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5 Great Wine Apps Every Vino Lover Will Want To Own

Posted In iOS Apple - By Techtiplib on Wednesday, November 13th, 2013 With No Comments »

If someone loves wine they will definitely love the apps I’ve spoken about in this article because it will help them choose the right wines for any occasion.

If you love drinking wine, you might enjoy some apps that are now available for your iPhone. You don’t need to be a wine expert when you have a personal assistant in your pocket you can pull out whenever you want. Take a look at what each one does and decide if it’s something that will help you out.

5 Great Wine Apps Every Vino Lover Will Want To Own

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Hello Vino

Hello Vino has actually won a number of top-rated app awards from some big website, so you already know it’s going to be amazing before you look under the hood. It will feel like you have your own personal wine assistant from now on and it will give you wine recommendations no matter what the occasion. There are tons of other features you’ll love, but one of them is the ability to take photos and build up a library of great wines you’ve already tasted so you can find them again.

Wine Ratings Guide

Do you have any idea how many different wines there are in the world? You would never have time to drink them all unless you never want to be sober again, so it can be hard to know how good different bottles are. Wine Ratings Guide gives you access to millions of reviews that cover every wine you’ll ever have the chance to taste. It’s a great app to have when you’re on holiday because you will be able to bring home amazing wines instead of average ones that just had a big price tag.

The Wine Coach

The Wine Coach is the official app of Laurie Forster, who happens to be one of the leading wine specialists in the country. Her mission is to help you learn as much as possible about wine by simplifying it and taking out all the guess work. You will get to listen to her amazing podcast where she shares a wealth of knowledge, plus you will learn about the wines she recommends and there will be lots of videos to watch. You can also ask her questions as long as you send in a photo of you drinking wine.

Cor. Oz Wine Info

Here is another app that has already been featured in some pretty big places and the reviews have been very favorable. It’s one of the easiest apps to master in the shortest amount of time, which is crazy when you realize how jam-packed the database is. You will be able to scan the bar code on wine bottles and you’ll get information about it, but this doesn’t work all the time due to a few things. It also provides you with side-by-side comparisons to different wines, a feature you won’t see in many apps.

Wine Notes

If you love drinking wine there is a good chance you get through lots of it every year and the Wine Notes app is purpose built to help you remember the good, the bad, and the downright disgusting. You will also be able to give each one a rating so you don’t need to read through all your notes when you’re trying to choose one. Take photos of every bottle too and they’ll be much easier to reference. If you are looking forward to anything you can write a wish list so you know what you still have to tackle.

Vintage wine and new technology

Old and new have never come together so beautifully before. You might enjoy drinking old wines, but don’t dismiss new technology because it can really help you out. Take advantage of the apps we’ve talked about today and you won’t regret it. At the very least they will save you from ever having to experience a horrible wine again.

Author Bio:

The author of this post, Shruti Vaghe, is a freelance blogger who often writes for Niagara Wine Tours, a company which provides Niagara Wine Experience from start to finish. A wine connoisseur herself, she lives her profession to the hilt. You can also follow her on twitter @ShrutiVaghe.

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