1. Hello Vino - Wine Guide
Hello Vino is your virtual wine shopping assistant.
3.5 Star Rating
- For people who love wine, but don’t know much about it.
- Will give recommendations based on food, taste, and occasion.
- Has a reverse lookup for pairings. You tell them what wine you have and they’ll tell you what food goes with it.
- Label scanner that will tell you about a wine before you purchase – tasting notes, ratings, food pairings, etc.
- Allows you to rate wines in the apps memory banks and upload to social media and email.
- Has live people to assist with wine recommendations - a sommelier at your fingertips.
- Provide the best online wine deals, promo codes, wine gift cards and vouchers.
- You can also view ratings by their community of wine loving app users – people just like you.
- Poor customer service. Nonresponsive to messages.
- Not transparent about components that cost money.
- Updates cause bugs and knocks out premium purchases.
- Too invasive.
2. Vivino Wine Scanner
Vivino is your partner in wine, always with you and ready to help you pick, remember and share your wines.
4.3 Star Rating
- Photos of labels will get you instant information on wines.
- Take a photo of a restaurants entire wine list to see ratings and reviews.
- Check prices to find the best deals and buy wine online
- Find wine merchants in your area see pricing.
- See popular and trending wines in your area with weekly updated Top Lists.
- Connect with your friends via Facebook, Twitter, Gmail and Contacts.
- Like and comment on your friends’ wines to have a little more fun.
- Follow Featured Users to see what the wine-savvy crowd enjoys.
- Save wines to your Wish List to cheer yourself up on a rainy day.
- Browse wines, ratings and reviews from more than 10 million users
- Upload photos from your photo album to add to your wine list.
- Scan offline: Images are saved and upload resumes when you are connected.
- Takes too long to load.
- Camera blurry.
- Wines don’t match properly.
- Updates knock out purchased features.
3. Cellar Tracker
CellarTracker is the world's largest collection of wine reviews, tasting notes and personal stories from people who love wine.
4.2 Star Rating
- Write reviews and read from millions of app users and professionals.
- Manage your wine collection.
- Search for a wine by taking a photo of the label, or quickly capture photos and notes of multiple wines for later reference. Access your entire history of captured labels to remember what you've been drinking.
- Track consumption history from your own cellar, restaurants, wineries, or anywhere you drink wine and add notes, ratings and label images.
- Time consuming and cumbersome.
- Can’t add wines not in the database.
- Too slow.
- Battery drain.
- Bar code scans don’t accurately identify wine.
4. The Wine Coach
The official App of Laurie Forster, The Wine Coach whose mission is to demystify wine one glass at a time!
3.9 Star Rating
- Directory of Laurie's Wine Picks.
- Podcasts from The Sipping Point radio, wine and cooking videos.
- A grape guide to wine.
- A mobile wine rack to store your favorite wines.
- Can’t disable numerous notifications and SPAM
5. What’s Next? Wine
Add all the wines you are trying out. Like or dislike them when you do try them.
4.6 Star Rating
- No account, no log in or WiFi needed.
- Track wines you want to try, wines you liked and wines you didn't.
- Rate how much you liked the wine or disliked it.
- Lists are automatically sorted according to your rating of each wine.
- Cannot take photos.
Track your favorite wines, find wines, learn about wine, save wine notes, read wine reviews, share wines with friends, and buy wine for home delivery, all in seconds.
3.7 Star Rating
- App takes your photos of a wine label and instantly matches it to show availability, price, ratings and descriptions.
- Track favorite wines, personal ratings, and tasting notes.
- Buy wine in seconds for delivery to your doorstep with secure wine cart. Can shop with Google Wallet.
- See what your friends and other Dryncers are sipping. More than 30,000 bottles to choose from.
- Share wine selections on social media and email.
Learn about wines with collections curated by in-house sommeliers, and associated blog posts.
- Create an account and log in on the web or on your Android phone. Your wine saves will sync automatically.
- Only tracks a couple dozen wines.
- Doesn’t offer wines from local retailers.
- Don’t offer best prices for wines.
- More focused on selling wine than recording notes, labels, etc.
- Doesn’t identify wines correctly.
7. Delectable Wine - Scan & Rate
Delectable is a critically-acclaimed free app that helps you get access to the world's best wine.
4.4 Star Rating
- Follow top sommeliers, winemakers, and wine pros.
- Explore curated lists and discover your next favorite wine.
- Buy wine right from your phone and we’ll deliver it to your doorstep.
- Add your own ratings and tasting notes to keep track of your favorites.
- Tag people and locations to remember great times and great tastes.
- Share recommendations with friends.
- Struggles with European wines.
- Doesn’t read labels well.
- Doesn’t always ID accurately.
- Not good at recommending wines based on preference.
Plonk touts themselves as the secret weapon for finding the wine styles you like, wherever you are.
4.4 Star Rating
- Learn about grapes & wine styles.
- Discover new grapes based on your personal taste preferences.
- Listen to pronunciations of each grape & wine style.
- Find out which grapes pop up in which wine styles. For example, Tempranillo in Rioja or Sangiovese in Chianti.
- Learn about what types of food go well with what grapes and wine styles.
- Start your journey in ‘Tried & Tested’, where you’ll see lots of familiar grapes and find ideas for other similar grapes you might like to try.
- Check out ‘New & Interesting’ for some inspiration and grapes to celebrate with.
- Rate and star your favorite grapes so you remember them for next time.
- Share your favorite grapes and wine styles with friends through social media or email.
- Many wines aren’t on their list.
- Contains some errors.
- Missing many popular grapes.
- Only tells about grapes, not wine.