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Wine Enthusiast Tasting Guide app for iPhone and iPad


4.8 ( 5968 ratings )
Lifestyle Food & Drink
Developer: Wine Enthusiast
Free
Current version: 1.8, last update: 1 year ago
First release : 20 Aug 2013
App size: 87.24 Mb

Search over 200,000 Wine, Beer and Spirit reviews and ratings from the editors of Wine Enthusiast Magazine in one amazingly simple app. Save and share reviews with friends. You can also create your own reviews and notes to track the wines, beers and spirits you try.

Created by the trusted 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!

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Wine Enthusiast Magazine celebrates 30 years of delivering the latest in wine ratings and trends, food and travel, and entertaining, as well as cocktail and spirits. And now the worlds 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.
• 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 2015 Vintage Chart for an easy year-by-year guide to the overall quality and drinkability of the worlds wines.
• Scan a label’s UPC code with a built-in scanner so that you can trigger searches for wine, beer and spirits.

Receive Premium Content from Wine Enthusiast Magazine
The Tasting Guide is updated in real-time 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.

Top Lists
Also included in the Tasting Guide are our Top Lists including the Top 100 Best Buys, Top 100 Cellar Selections, Enthusiast 100, Top 25 Beers and Top 100 Spirits. Each year our tasting team sifts through thousands of submissions to select the best of the best for coveted inclusion on these lists.

Wine 101
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.

Pros and cons of Wine Enthusiast Tasting Guide app for iPhone and iPad

Wine Enthusiast Tasting Guide app good for

An excellent design, a great way to keep track of what wine youve tried. One issue: the camera doesnt work to photograph the labels. My screen just shows black. Cheers!
Love this app. Can usually find reviews for the wines I like.

Some bad moments

I love the new Wine Enthusiast app! If you like wine, you need to download this app NOW!!!
This app is just what I was looking for! Great usability and a great wealth of information.
Easy to setup. Easy to use and bountiful information that comes in very handy
I have always wanted to have my wine reference with me and be able to update it as experience allowed. This is a good way to do just that while sharing with other like minded travelers through the worlds labels of taste. Download it now and enjoy the journey.
I am so disappointed that WE decided to stop supporting their original app and replace it with this piece of garbage. You cant even do a simple search by wine producer as you could with the original app. This is horrible!
Guess those excited about this new app didn’t use the old: which was one-third the size, seemed to have twice as much info / be five times as fast / be ten times easier to use, and didn’t require an account. It also seemed to have had a better/more_concise search (without the annoying property of having to wait for more [and unknown number of] results to download when scrolling through them). I intend to keep the old, even though descriptions have been removed, and use the new for open-text searches. Most missed is ease of use – simpler felt better.