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Mr. Picky's Temecula Wine Tasting
Tipple – Wine Tasting For Everyone
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Mr. Picky's Temecula Wine Tasting
Mr. Picky's Temecula Wine Tasting

Mr. Picky's Temecula Wine Tasting

David Mallen Designs, LLC

With the release of Mr

Mr. Picky's Temecula Wine Tasting is designed to guide you through the Temecula area with over 30 wineries. You can find locations nearby based on your current spot, check the guide for tasting rooms and wineries, and review the favorite picks.

Tipple – Wine Tasting For Everyone
Tipple – Wine Tasting For Everyone

Tipple

Huddle Creative

Wine

Wine. It’s one of those things in life we all wish we knew a little bit more about. The reality though is few of us ever get the time or the opportunity to really learn, or even know where to start - that’s where Tipple comes in.

Tipple is an innovative new way to learn about wine. For those who...

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Wine Tasting - Relaxed & Easy
Wine Tasting - Relaxed & Easy
Wine Tasting - Relaxed & Easy

Wine Tasting - Relaxed & Easy

VinoMobile

Tasting and describing wines like a sommelier – now you can share your experience with friends. It’s easy and it’s fun.

This App is based on the best-selling German wine tasting guide "Weine degustieren – leicht und spielend" (2011: 13th edition).

The following expert knowledge has been prepared for you in a...

Vyhnes
Vyhnes
Vyhnes

Vyhnes

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Vyhnes Winery Wine Tasting Guide helps you find tasting rooms and wineries in California. You can search by winery, wine type, location, or tasting fees.

My Wine World.
My Wine World.
My Wine World.

My Wine World.

Adelaide Research & Innovation Pty Ltd

Whether you’re a wine novice or a seasoned oenophile, keeping track of your favourite wines can be a challenge. Traditionally, wine evaluation involves recording detailed observations and perceptions of wine sensory properties, with ‘tasting notes’ usually being recorded in a diary or journal. However, these can be cumbersome, messy and...

WineAlbum - Wine Tasting Notes
WineAlbum - Wine Tasting Notes
WineAlbum - Wine Tasting Notes

WineAlbum - Wine Tasting Notes

Andrew Milham

WineAlbum makes recording your tasting notes fast and easy. Just tap the + button and you can quickly enter all the information you need. Take photos, record scores, add note tags, write down prices. WineAlbum even intelligently figures out what restaurant or tasting room you're in so that you can...

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Wine Tasting by VinoMobile(R)

Wine Tasting by VinoMobile(R)

VinoMobile

If you like wine, you might also want to describe your tasting experience with the appropriate words. However, it is not that easy to find the suitable terms to characterize a wine. In his book “Weine degustieren – leicht und spielend”, Kurt Gibel put an end to this lack for words (the book has sold about 85,000 copies until 2016).

This best-selling work is now available as an iPhone App.

- A guided, systematic sequence of all wine tasting steps, with additional tips for proper tasting.
- Explanations to the 120 essential tasting terms, and over 120 fragrances.
- Indications as to which characteristics or fragrances are typical for which wines.

You will learn the tasting terms in a playful way; soon you will be able to say off the top of your head which wines smell of, e.g., raspberries or honey.

Different Apps are available in the VinoMobile® series. No frills, just the essential facts on wine.

Wine tasting notes

Wine tasting notes

ARTAX

Stay up-to-date on the wines you have tasted – easily, quickly and without unnecessary complexity. Rate wines the way professionals do.

If you visit wine tasting events and try various wines, this application is for you. Make notes, record information on individual samples and stay perfectly up-to-date on the wines you have tasted. If you wish to work with the data further on a PC, you can simply send your records to any e-mail address.

Are you unsure about how to systematically rate wines? Don’t worry - it’s not difficult at all. You can now rate wines in the way professionals do, and it’s really easy. Our application enables you to work easily with the 100-point scale which is commonly used at international competitions and in prestigious publications.

Individual characteristics of a wine are rated separately. First rate appearance, then aroma and finally taste. Each of these characteristics is further broken down into:

Appearance
* clarity
* colour (to what degree colour corresponds to variety, year, type of wine, etc.)
Aroma
* intensity
* purity (to what degree aroma corresponds to variety, year, type of wine, etc.)
* harmony
Taste
* intensity
* purity (to what degree aroma corresponds to variety, year, type of wine, etc.)
* harmony
* persistence (how long the taste impression lasts)

The overall impression is rated last. This rating shows how the wine “suits” you and how its individual characteristics go together.

Give each characteristic a rating on a scale of 1 to5, where 1 is best and 5 worst:

1 excellent
2 very good
3 good
4 satisfactory
5 unsatisfactory

The marks in each category correspond to points which vary among characteristics depending on the weighting of the characteristic concerned. You can simply switch to view the assigned points in the application in order to learn the 100-point system better.

The resulting score will be within a range of 40 to 100 points:

40 - 69 undrinkable wine
70 - 74 mediocre wine
76 - 79 wine that makes no particular impression
80 - 84 good everyday drinking wine without serious flaws
85 - 89 very good wine
90 - 94 excellent wine, worth tasting
95 - 100 wine of the absolute highest quality, unique and fantastic

If you just want to test wine rating using the 100-point scale, you can try our application “WinRater” which is available for free at AppStore.

Wine rater Pro

Wine rater Pro

ARTAX

Evaluate wine like a professional. You will be using a 100-point scale that is widely used in international competitions and prestigious publications. Not sure where to start? Don’t give up, it isn’t at all difficult. Use a simple marking system, from 1 to 5.

Individual characteristics of a wine are evaluated separately. First you give a mark to appearance, then aroma, and finally taste. Each of these characteristics is further broken down into:

Appearance
* clarity
* colour (to what degree colour corresponds to the varietal, year, type of wine, etc.)
Aroma (“nose”)
* intensity
* purity (to what degree aroma corresponds to the varietal, year, type of wine, etc.)
* harmony
Taste
* intensity
* purity (to what degree taste corresponds to the varietal, year, type of wine, etc.)
* harmony
* persistence (how long the taste impression lasts)

Finally you evaluate overall impression. With this you express how the much the wine is to your taste, and how the individual characteristics go together.

Give every quality a mark on a 5-point scale, where 1 is best and 5 is worst:

1 excellent
2 very good
3 good
4 satisfactory
5 not satisfactory

The mark then is given points, which can vary depending on the relative importance of the characteristic concerned. The points awarded can be displayed in the application at the press of a button.

The resulting score is in the range of 40-100 points:

40 - 69 undrinkable wine
70 - 74 mediocre wine
76 - 79 a wine that makes no particular impression
80 - 84 a good everyday drinking wine without serious flaws
85 - 89 very good wine
90 - 94 excellent wine, worth tasting
95 - 100 wine of the absolute highest quality, unique and fantastic

When you want to evaluate the next wine, you can clear the assigned points either by pushing the button with a wastepaper basket
or by shaking the device.