PLEASE NOTE that the vintage ratings are for wine regions and not for single wines.
*** Countries (with 130 wine regions):
France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, USA, Argentina, Chile, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand.
from 1912: for the best Vintage Ports
from 1945: for the best Bordeaux
from 1980: for most other wine regions
...until 2012 (2012 as preview).
*** Number of vintage ratings:
*** How to find them:
You’re at a loss from which region a Bandol, a Charlemagne or a Frascati comes? Select the wine regions directly from the index with approximately 550 entries. This will guide you to the correct region (e.g., Bandol -> Provence; Charlemagne -> Côte d’Or, Burgundy; Frascati -> Lazio, Italy).
*** How to compare them:
You want to know, e.g., in which regions the 2008 vintage came out especially well? It’s a breeze with the sophisticated search screen.
Different Apps are available in the VinoMobile® series. No frills, just the essential facts on wine.
• Take a photo and get to know any wine in seconds
• Remember wines and explore more of them
• Get personalized wine recommendations
• Share experiences and be inspired by friends
• Find the best rated wines in nearby shops
Vivino simplifies your path to enjoying great wines.
The app helps you remember your favorites, learn more about wine, and which one to choose for next occasion. Snap a photo of any wine, and while you have a sip we automatically recognize it from our database of more than 3 million wines. If the app doesn’t match it immediately, our team will do it for you as quickly as we can.
Discover all you want to know about wines, explore friend’s ratings and get personal recommendations based on your taste, simply browse wines in nearby stores or locate the ones on your Vivino Wish List.
• Snap a photo, recognize and save wines. We manually identify the few wines not immediately recognized.
• Simple and straightforward - find all you want about wines, prices or ratings.
• Add wines to your Wish List to ensure great future experiences - and know where to buy which wines with our Nearby function
• Get personalized recommendations based on your taste
• Connect with your friends via Facebook, Twitter, Gmail or Contacts and be inspired by their wine experiences.
• Browse wines, ratings and reviews from more than 2 million users.
• Like and comment on their ratings.
• Scan offline, we keep your image and resume when you are connected.
• Upload old pictures from your photo album and store on your wine list. Know when to drink, adding a Drinking Window to your wines.
This PRO version also includes:
• PRO: Simple cellar management with My Cellar: Log the wines you own, sort them by price, rating or date and add notes.
• PRO: Get in the Fast Track for manual matching - it really is a fast track.
• PRO: Support Vivino, so we can keep improving the app. Your help is much appreciated.
Vivino is an adventurous wine app, built on unique technology and a growing database of today more than 3 million wines from more than 100,000 wineries around the world. The app simplifies the path to enjoy great wines.
Vivino was founded in 2009 in Copenhagen, Denmark, and today has offices in San Francisco, Ukraine and India.
The art of making wine seems to have been developed in the Mediterranean area. Wine in the true definition of the word means fermented grape juice, however generally almost any fermented vegetable product could be referred to as "wine". Whether you are a beginning winemaker or you have been making wine for some time and have experienced some problems, it is important to understand the most common mistakes made in winemaking so you can learn how to avoid them.
This App mentions the common problems which one should be aware of during winemaking.
Contents of this App :
** Failures attributed to equipments.
** Mistake to attemp to reuse products.
** Failing to follow instructions.
** Proper yeast handling.
** Eliminating the sulfite in the wine.
There are many society which are dedicated just to winemaking. For some, winemaking is a heritage, and for some it is a passion. Winemaking goes a long way in history. Wine is always in the limelight and given the highest preference in all functions and gatherings. Wine tasting is one of the key feature during winemaking.
This App makes you aware of the common problems in winemaking so that it will be a helpful guide for anyone who want to step into winemaking.
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Wine is typically made of fermented grape juice. The natural chemical balance of grapes is such that they can ferment without the addition of sugars, acids, enzymes or other nutrients.
Wine making is a very wonderful experience that you will enjoy.
# A Little History Lesson
# Wine Classification
# The Winemaking Science
# Let's Make Some Wine!
# Popular Wine Recipes
# Extra Tips and Tricks
# Advanced Winemaking Techniques
Making your own wine can be a wonderful, rewarding hobby that can either save you some money or make you some money. If you do intend on selling your wine, make sure you check your local laws.
If you don't plan to sell your wine, you'll still be able to enjoy it with friends and family; it makes a wonderful holiday gift and you'll enjoy the pride in knowing that you did it all on your own!
However, pairing the right wine with your meal can be a nightmare. Most people are so confused about the rules associated with drinking wine for instance red wine goes well with meat and the white wine is just perfect for fish. Don’t get confused. All you require to do is to avoid so called rules for drinking wine and trust what suits your tastes and preferences. Here are some tips to enjoy a bottle of wine with your meal.
a) Specialty shops:
You should visit some shops that are famous for selling best wines. Specialized dealers are well aware of the quality of wine. You can talk to them regarding what’s good and what will excite your taste buds. Allow them to walk through a selection. Try to listen to their expert advice. This provides you excellent results. You should also answer some of the questions in order to help you in making a decision. These questions may include factors like your personal preference, price range and the meal you can consume a particular wine with. You can also visit shops with open bottles for tasting. You can taste these wine samples and then decide for your own preference.
b) Gain knowledge:
Wines are usually categorized by the types of grapes used in them. Grape species usually grow in restricted climatic conditions. For instance, the Pinot Noir grape grows best in Oregon, certain parts of California, Burgundy and New Zealand. When you look for a Pinot Noir wine, you should go for one that’s manufactured in one of the above mentioned areas. You should also attain certain knowledge about the grapes. This will help you taste some of the awesome varieties of wine. In case, you are an ardent lover of Merlot, you can try out a Red Bordeaux. This wine is made out of Merlot grape.
c) Right Region:
As already mentioned in the point above, you should pay extra attention to the region where the wine is produced. Climate differs in different region of the world and this affects the taste of wine. For instance, chardonnay grape grows better all over the world. When grown in warm climate, it gives out earthier taste and produces lighter and citrusy taste in cooler climate.
d) Opt for what you like:
This is easy. Most people prefer sticking to what they have already taste and love. Each one of us have our own individual taste and like drinking the wine we already know about and have tasted before. Hence, it is very important to opt for what you like in order to enjoy the wire.
e) Don’t follow the so-called ‘rules’:
It is a common saying that white wine goes well with fish and red wine tastes well with meat dishes. However, restricting yourself to these rules will exacerbate the fun out of choosing wine. It’s better to trust your own inner sense when it comes to choosing wine.
Here is what you will learn about in the "Good Wine Guide" E-Book:
Becoming Familiar with Wine...
Choosing a Dessert Wine...
Choosing a High Quality Wine...
Choosing a Wine with Dinner...
Cooking with Wine...
Do Wine Glasses Matter?...
Does Price Define Quality in Wine?...
Following the Wine Serving Rules...
Fruit and Specialty Wines...
Have You Tried Local Wines?...
How to Choose a Red Wine with Fish...
How to Qualify as a Wine Critic...
How to Store Wine...
Is Wine Making Easy?...
Making Accommodations for Non-Drinking Guests...
Planning a Wine Tasting Party...
Presenting Your Host with a Bottle of Wine...
Red or White: Making the Right Decision...
Red Wine and Red Meat Pairing...
Serving Wine without Dinner...
The Art of Wine Tasting...
The Importance of Serving the Proper Wine...
The Wine Making Process...
The Importance of Quality Wine in Cooking...
Your Initial Wine Purchase...
So, go ahead and grab your free app on the wine guide now!
wine tasting guide
Use Wine Tracker to:
■ View your wine cellar contents
■ Track orders (shipments, wine futures)
■ Maintain a wishlist of wines you would like to try
■ Sort, search, and select the next bottle to try
■ Setup drinking windows and alerts for when to open that special bottle
■ Seamlessly share your database across your devices
■ Quickly search the internet for information about your wines
■ Enter tasting notes, take photos, and enter ratings
■ Share your tasting experiences with your friends
■ Import/Export your database as a spreadsheet with your PC
The free version of the app allows you to try out the application before purchasing. In addition to displaying ads, it provides the following limits:
■ Can store up to 50 wines/orders/wishlist/gone items
■ Disables ability to take & attach photos of your wines
■ Disables ability to use the barcode scanner
■ Disables detailed rating guide (nose/balance/complexity/etc)
■ Disables drink/hold & rating information for regions & vintages
■ Disables "Family" feature to quickly find similar wines to the one you're viewing
Wine Tracker will download a small database containing hundreds of regions, subregions & varietals. You can easily add new country/region/subregion/varietal combos by pressing the bottom-right button in the Regions database screen.
We would like to hear your feedback as well as what features you'd like to see in upcoming releases. You can do so at email@example.com.
This application requires the following permissions:
Network communications: allows access to the internet to sync the regions database, and to perform online searches on a particular wine
Storage: allows you to export/save your wine database to your SD card.
Created by the trusted tasting experts and editors of Wine Enthusiast Magazine, the Tasting Guide provides much more than the average wine app. You’ll receive over 2,000 new wine, beer and spirits reviews every month. Also included in the Tasting Guide is premium content from Wine Enthusiast Magazine updated each month and ABSOLUTELY FREE!
Wine Enthusiast Magazine celebrates 25 years of delivering the latest in wine ratings and trends, food and travel, and entertaining, as well as cocktail and spirits. And now the world's best magazine is bringing you all the best wine, beer and spirits ratings in one FREE app.
For questions about the Tasting Guide please email us at TastingGuide@wineenthusiast.net.
Tasting Guide Features
• Search filters help you to find detailed reviews and ratings from the most respected editorial team in the industry.
• Scan a label’s UPC code with a built-in scanner so that you can trigger searches for wine, beer and spirits.
• Share your favorite reviews with friends on Facebook and Twitter as well as via email.
• Keep track of your favorite sips by adding your own reviews. Just snap a picture of your label and save it with your review for easy reference.
• Browse the 2013 Vintage Chart for a quick, easy, scrollable year-by-year guide to the overall quality and drinkability of the wines from the world’s major wine-growing regions.
• Earn badges that unlock special discounts and offers from Wine Enthusiast, whether you’re a wine, spirits or suds lover.
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The Tasting Guide is regularly updated with articles from the latest issue of Wine Enthusiast Magazine plus exclusive online content. Receive the latest Wine Enthusiast city guides, recipe and pairing articles, profiles of movers and shakers in wine, beer and spirits and more.
Also included in the Tasting Guide are our Top Lists. Each year our tasting team sifts through thousands of wines we have reviewed to select the very best for inclusion in our annual Top 100 lists. Of course, since we also review spirits and beers, we compile lists including the best of those as well.
The Tasting Guide includes tips on wine basics, including everything from how-to-read a wine label to learning important terms for French, German and Italian wines to the best methods of cooking with wine.