Regardless of if you’re a wine rookie or a connoisseur, there is so much information to learn about, digest and remember that any help makes a difference. These days, wine apps serve as information databases containing specifics about taste notes, general wine info and price trackers and comparison tools. Below are some of the best apps out there according to the Wall Street Journal:
Plonk: Great beginner wine app
Vivino: One of the most popular wine apps out there
Delectable: Label recognition app that’s free, fun and easy to use
There are some things to pay attention to when using wine apps. The first is that people’s palates and tastes are subjective. Ultimately, you can get a general idea about something, but when it comes to specifics, you are the best judge.
An app is only as good as its database. If the app doesn’t have a “well stocked” database, you won’t find what you’re looking for. Also, reviews can be very erratic and again subjective, so take them with a grain of salt.
At the end of the day, its amazing to see where technology has gone and only time will tell what the future holds. We have access to so much information at our fingertips, and for wine lovers, that only makes life easier.
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