There's nothing worse than knowing you've tasted a great wine only to realize you can't remember the name, you can see the faint image of a label in your minds eye but you can't for the life of you remember the name.
Well forget about it because the new Vivino application aims to fix the problem by allowing users to scan the label of a wine they've enjoyed and store the details in their phone for a later date.
The app has a database of over 1,000,000 wines and those that are not immediately recognized are manually scanned by the Vivino team. Users can also access reviews and tasting notes on wines, find out where to buy and compile a future wish list of wines they want to taste.
The app is free to download and makes a great asset for anyone wanted to enrich their wine sampling experience.
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