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
There’s no automatic scan function to input the app in the cellar. You literally need to input name, type, varietal, region, price, etc. Awful.
Started using a number of years ago when I had way fewer bottles, houses and devices. It has grown with me and helps me keep track of it all! Use it all of the time. Great app.
Nice ability to design YOUR cellar, but isn’t as intuitive as it could be. Adding new wines can be cumbersome. Would be better if you were asked a series of basic questions as you add wine like vintage, color, number of bottles and variety with options later for more details. Has good info about regions and variety.
I’ve been meaning to use the app then I forgot why I haven’t until today. I just don’t like using the app.
I like being able to place bottles in the virtual wine cellar shelves, and there’s the ability to add a lot of details about each wine, but this is WAY too time consuming. With almost every other app I can scan the bar code or label to import the wine. I have over 200 bottles and this app will take days to input them all. I think it’s a MAJOR drawback with this app and because of it I really don’t understand all the 5 star reviews. Am I missing something here or do you all have way too much free time? I don’t get it.
This is just what I needed to manage our collection. What would be ideal would be for Vinocell and Vivino to merge. This would provide the Vivino scanning and logging to build the inventory and their data statistics.
This app is one of the least intuitive apps I have ever used. I consider myself very tech savvy and this App presents serious challenges from a usability standpoint.
VinoCell’s app works great and is powerful but since you cannot “accurately” add many wines without a lot of legwork, it is a nightmare to use. My primary point here is that there are too many matches to choose from when searching for a wine in the app. When searching for wines I have purchased, that I am trying to enter into my cellar, there are many times just too many scattered matches; many users have entered their own version of a vintage release, so picking the right one with the most accurate information is a daunting task. Basically, if someone volunteered to enter all of my wines for me, I would use this app for my cellar management; but only then. I overlooked all of this because I wanted an app that shows the visual layout of all of my wine racks in my cellar. This app can do that portion and do it somewhat well, but in the end I just need to be able to know exactly where every bottle is placed in my cellar and be able to quickly add new wines as accurately as possible. CT is still the best app out there for this. I do wish CT had some aspects of VinoCell’s interface; but in the end, accurate and thorough organization and barcode/label matching is the clear winning component of CT’s features which unfortunately still beats all the other competition out there in app-based cellar management.
This is a very comprehensive App and the learning curve is quite bumpy at the beginning because some of the features are not user friendly at all. You will have to devote some time to learn if you want to get the most of it. This App has one major flaw, entering a new wine is a very complicated and time consuming thing. You cannot scan the wine front label nor the bar code like Vivino does. That leaves you with the only option to use the search option to find the wine that you want to add. The search icon to access the database to find your wine is on the top right and not in the main data entry area. When you start entering your wine most of the options that come up don’t have the correct harvest year of your wine specially if it is an international wine or if it is a recent harvest from 2016-2018. You have no other option to select the closest option and then change the year manually. Furthermore you have to manually take picture of the label of your wine bottles, because the database does not include a picture. The App allows you to enter up to 3 pictures but you have to take those pictures manually to each bottle during the adding wine process. The other day it took me almost an hour to enter into the App a full case of 12 bottles, after navigating to find the correct year of my wines and taking manual pictures of all my wines. Adding the option of scanning the wine label or the bar code to quickly locate your wine like Vivino does is an absolute must. If they don’t do it the App is too much time consuming and will require a lot of time to perform the most basic thing which is adding a new wine.