VinoCell is the most complete app to manage your wine list, graphically display your cellar, to record both your tastings and pro ratings and to match dishes to your wines. To discover the app in images and videos: http://www.vinocell.com The app is perfect for beginners who can use the main fields but it also caters for experts who can play with its infinite possibilities. Top 10 features: - Up to 50 different descriptors (name, country, region, appellation, varietals, maturity, color, alcohol...etc) and 3 images per wine: no compromise! - Text search in the 1 million internal wine database - or add your wines manually but quickly using the internal country, region, appellation and varietal database. - Graphical representation of your cellar’s racks and shelves with 40 different configurations to choose from. - Full bottle life management from input to output date. - Easy placement of a bottle in your cellar using the double tap feature. - Quickly locate and highlight bottles in your cellar for easy access. - Powerful search engine with 40 fields. Need to find the 2007 Australian shiraz from the Barossa Valley, drunk last month with your friend Bob, priced between $15 and $20, with a point score of 91? You can! - Tasting notes management and a choice of scoring scales: 5 stars, 20 points, 100 points... - Pro rating can be added using 70 world guides or contests/challenges (Parker, WS…). - Complete cellar stats: countries, regions, colors, vintages, varietals, purchases, providers...etc. Other great features include: - Match dishes to each wine - Manage producer and provider details. - Manage contacts (friend/family) tasting notes. - Customize graphical bottle: shape, hue, cap. - Create and customize PDFs for each wine. - Share via Email, Facebook and Twitter. - Market price valuation feature. - Search merchants all around the world. - Export wine, bottle, tasting, rating lists as CSV/XLS. - Import wine list as CSV/XLS from VinoCell website - Automatic sync between all your devices using the same VinoCell account. Don't hesitate to look at our website explaining the many features this app offers: http://www.vinocell.com
Scanning of labels, bar codes, etc has been around for a decade now on smartphones I clouding other wine finder apps. For whatever reason this app requires you to manually enter all the details, or google search style enter the name and vintage to find it. In 2010 this would be fine... it’s 2020 going on 2021 and this app was nearly $10. This unacceptable.
This wine storage app is solid. It isn’t perfect, but with a little work you can get a lot in this. You can separate out all the different places and configurations and include other things if you choose. I had a few hundred bottles on hand and it took me a while to get it all in, but think any tool would require that work. Needs improvement on the database and sharing info based on label pic and stats. I like it though.
Tired of slogging and sorting through an overgrowing spreadsheet? I was. This has just about everything...Input, output, tastings, price categories,...so many optional variables at your disposal with a decent and well organized interface. The visual "cellar" management is a godsend. When properly configured (which is, at first, a challenge because the rows/colums/rack shape keys are a bit cryptic) you can visually manage your racks of bottles through the app! No more fussing with hand written labels on the necks of bottles! My only criticisms are: 1.) photographs (that you take of the bottle labels) are automatically downsized to low resolution. Understandably, this speeds up the database and synchronization. 2.) Data import is limited to only some of the major fields (not all categories are available for .csv importing). Likely, you will need to manually update data even after you make a successful import. Ended up manually entering all my wines and photos. If you're like me and only have dozens of bottles, it's no big deal. But if you have a giant collection then you can probably afford to pay someone to do this data entry anyway.
I have been using this app for a couple of years now. It is the best wine inventory app I have found, and it has a lot of great features. However there is one key feature which I would really like to see added-the ability to scan a wine label in order to access that wine’s info and add it to my inventory (similar to Vivino). This is a feature that would save me a ton of time when adding new wines to my cellar, and I would happily pay extra for it!
Would be great if i could just scan the bar code to get all the info to load on each wine.
This app is really quite good. Takes a bit of tome to learn and the videos are not that helpful. But once you get the hang of it , it’s really quite powerful. Would be nice to be able to scan bottles instead of searching and this would be a great addition. Excellent for keeping track of wine that is stored.
Can’t believe it is 8 dollars, it’s so inferior to the vivino app, which finds your wine with just a picture
Vinocell captures all the data you could imagine about wine. Entering the data is a confusing and lengthy process. Definitely not intuitive. Despite being on Apple platforms it doesn’t take advantage of the graphics capabilities. Lots of room for improvement.
Very helpFul site. 5 stars.
I’ve now had this app for several years and I use it all the time to select what I want at the moment or when I’m out buying wines. I am still not using all functionality, and I am still very pleased with the app and my usage. I’m about to add my distilled spirits to the app. Original review below: Bought this several months ago and entered the info from my small collection (less than 100 bottles, but growing slowly). Relatively easy data entry, lots of categories for information; more than I'm using at the moment. Occasional terms have odd English titles, but nothing that can't be easily discerned. Tutorials are good; accent of speaker is not a problem. User support has been quick and helpful. My iPhone and iPad are synced, as is my PC. Glad that I bought it. C'est tres bon!