Awesome sauce. Has got me curious when I go out to drink wine. As a beginner, it’s really nice to see bottles of wines with certain things on them that you learnt by using the app
If you want to know more about wine and winemaking, this is the app for you!
I am extremely disappointed in the support provided for this app. I purchased the subscription using my iPhone and was shocked to find it does not support cross device usage with my iPad. I have reached out four times for help transferring the purchase from my iPhone to my iPad with zero response. While I enjoy the app, use caution when considering purchasing a subscription due to design and support issues.
Great little app that complements my wine studies. Lots of info and the way you use the spacing learning is very useful. I just wish there was a way to open a module that has been completed to a 100% to review questions without waiting for them to show up (maybe) once in a while.... please! :-) Thanks so much for this little gem!
very weird system. But probably the only good wine knowledge app.
Fun little app, but it poses the same questions over and over and the updating is odd. It will download for two minutes, then ask me one or two questions it has asked already and then go back to downloading. Ultimately gets annoying and you give up. I’d pay a reasonable price (not 0.99 per module) for something that works properly.
Love how it forces you to stop studying for a while so your not just memorizing but truly learning and remembering. Depth of questions is pretty good so far. Nice app!
Best app I’ve found for wine questions
I enjoyed using this while studying for the CMS Certified exam. I hope they will add Spain, Germany, Portugal, and New Zealand in the future. My only quibble is that once you’ve answered ~75% of the questions the quiz takes a long time to queue up 5 questions since there aren’t as many left. (Also: Made it to the end, and when only one question is left, it won't let you say "correct" - it marks it wrong so you can't finish and get to 100% - not cool!)
In regards to incorrect answers, unless I’m missing something Champagne is not the only region where it is legal to blend red and white wines to make a rose’. It may be frowned upon, but it is not illegal.