Just for fun, I’ve paired specific wines to social media, including Twitter, Facebook and Google +. Got a pairing to suggest?
The elegant essayist James Chatto names three of his favourite wine sites in the latest issue of Food & Drink Magazine. We’re thrilled to be one of them and he also mentions our mobile wine app with the bar code scanner that gives real-time inventory stock for the liquor stores closest to you. Meanwhile, the latest issue of iPhone Life Magazine names its top 10 wine apps, and we were honoured to be among them.It notes that there are lots of features packed into the app.
As do many people, I like drinking wine. But I don’t know how to assess which wines are worth the money and which aren’t. One day, I stumbled upon a book at an Indigo store and bought it right away. I liked the cartoons on the cover and the title, Unquenchable: A Tipsy Quest for the World’s Best Bargain Wine. I started following author Natalie MacLean, an Ottawa-based sommelier, on Twitter. I found MacLean as bubbly in person as in her videos. In a phone interview, she told me about her free mobile apps for iPhone, Android and Blackberry devices. […]
We’re thrilled that Apple has selected our new Wine Picks & Pairings app to feature on its iTunes Storefront and in its Essentials Collections for Date Night, Apps for Foodies, Pocket Sommelier and Food and Wine. Needless to say, downloads have gone bananas since Apple posted the app on the strorefront last week. Hope the app helps you find a terrific bottle of wine for your sweetie on February 14. Cheers, Natalie P.S. Yes, I noticed that I’m right below Darth Maul … definitely a red theme happening here, but he has better hair. iPhone and iPod Touch (iTunes Canada): […]
Since we launched our free mobile wine apps in 2009, you’ve given us hundreds of suggestions for new features and improvements. (You can stop now … kidding.) Our newest app that launches today, is built based on how you told us that you shop for wine: Problem: The bottles in front of you are starting to blur, your breath is getting rapid and shallow. Which $15 red wine should you buy for dinner? Hey, would you like to scroll through long lists of wine reviews only to find a great bottle that’s not even in the liquor store where you […]
Great chat with the hosts of Squeeze Play on the Business News News Network (BNN) about how this new wine mobile app can help wine buyers in the liquor store or in a restaurant. There are more than 150,000 wines stores in the app. All you need to do is scan to instantly access the tasting note, score, and food matches.
Our team is thrilled that Apple has just selected our free wine app for its Essentials Collection in both the “Apps for Foodies” and “Pocket Sommelier” categories. We’re proud to be one of the few apps chosen from among thousands along with those from Mario Batali, Martha Stewart and Epicurious. The app is now available on iPhone, iPod Touch, BlackBerry and Android and has received encouraging reviews from both media and users. It’s been through numerous revisions and feature upgrades since it was launched two years ago, with more than 136,000 downloads. As a result, significantly more of the traffic […]
We are thrilled that the Toronto Star recommended our app as one of the essential food and wine apps. The story doesn’t appear to be online yet, but here’s the print version … If you’re older than 24 and can’t read this text, here it is: Natalie MacLean Wine Picks & Pairings Free; iPhone, iPad, Android, Blackberry Perhaps the only wine app you’ll ever need. A search for what goes best with sauvignon blanc turns up a list of suggestions including friend chicken and dim sum. Select a wine to read the reviews, check its availability at your nearest LCBO […]