Wine Apps for Every Occasion

New Wine apps are popping up everyday and they all have the same goal in mind. They act as your personal sommelier to help you choose and enjoy the perfect wine. There is an app for just about every wine need you can think of, including one that helps you pair an appropriate wine with a meal, one listing local wine events and yet


another that rates wines for you. Download a selection of apps and you’ll have your winemaking decisions covered.

Apps to Help you Rememberd buy the same wine. Corkbin’s comprehensive service partners with IQ Engines, Hello Vino and Sincerely.


Corkbin, Inc, is the app that helps you remember, share and locate the wines you love. It was created as a solution to the problem that results when you drink a wine in a restaurant that you lov

e and want to buy it. You look at the label and are so sure that you’ll remember its name, but by the time you get to the store to buy it, you’ve forgotten everything about it. Next time, use your smartphone to snap a shot of the label and it will be added to your digital wine collection. With the recognition technology built-in, Corkbin will give you all the necessary information for you to locate an

Interactive Survey

Hello Vino asks users a series of interactive questions to help them choose the best wine for a meal or according to taste preferences. Selecting a Wine for Dummies comes complete with a glossary of correct serving temps, an audio pronunciation guide and pairing ideas. The Wine Coach offers weekly wine selections, podcasts, an informative guide to grapes and WinesTilSoldOut is a flash sale site for buying and selling. The Taste of Napa app is region specific and besides its wine tasting notes and suggestions, it goes one step farther with lists of local wineries, hotels, restaurants and activities, including substantial discounts.

10 thoughts on “Wine Apps for Every Occasion

  1. Thomas Lim February 24, 2013 / 1:14 pm

    I think this is really where electronic technology is meeting with actual life on the same line. It is so innovative that these apps are here to assist us with the details we need for our favorite wines.

  2. tootsie101 February 24, 2013 / 1:20 pm

    Im not much of a wine drinker here, never have been. But I like it with dinner now and then. Helps me relax and enjoy my meal. Your info. here was very helpful to me.

  3. david hawkins February 24, 2013 / 1:20 pm

    now i love wine and i have a windows phone but does the phone have to be smarter then me

  4. May February 24, 2013 / 2:05 pm

    wine in my country is not so well known, as the majority in my country are Muslim who drink wine with a low alcohol content.

  5. Amit Sharma February 24, 2013 / 5:34 pm

    simply amazing app, now that is where technology should make more efforts 🙂 . I will have it in my gadget to help me for sure.

  6. doroffee February 24, 2013 / 7:58 pm

    Wow! These apps seem really useful and interesting! I’m definitely going to try Hello Vino, as I’m not a wine connoisseur, and I have no idea which wine to choose for which dish.

  7. Ajay Deep February 24, 2013 / 9:11 pm

    There are different types of wine apps available for the wine lovers and one of them is Corkbin. Corkbin Wine app is available for both iPhone and Android users. Through it you can share your wine discoveries with your friends,you can find out where to buy your favorite wines.

  8. Jing February 25, 2013 / 1:43 am

    I have a tablet and I am glad to find this app. It will be so helpful for me to know more about wines.

  9. IH February 25, 2013 / 3:10 am

    Today’s technologies allow many things to be interactive and available at the touch of a button. So why not an apps for digital wine list as well, right? Very clever and I’m sure it’s quite a useful tool for wine lovers.

  10. Wendi Windiyanto February 25, 2013 / 3:44 am

    good advice. I like your advice though i don’t drink wine

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