CellarTracker is the world's largest collection of wine reviews, tasting notes and personal stories from people who love wine — now available for iPhone and iPad!
• Read & Write Wine Reviews •
Find over 3.4 million wines, read more than 9.4 million tasting notes (community and professional) for great recommendations, and join a community of over 689,000 users to share your opinions. Fully integrated with professional reviews from Antonio Galloni, Stephen Tanzer, Allen Meadows, Jancis Robinson, Decanter and more (separate subscriptions may be required).
• Manage Your Collection •
Use our online cellar management tool to track your collection, see its value, and much more. Users are currently managing 122 million bottles and counting!
• Label Recognition •
Search for a wine by taking a photo of the label, or quickly capture photos and notes of multiple wines for later reference. Access your entire history of captured labels to remember what you've been drinking.
• Scan Barcodes •
Easily scan UPC/EAN barcodes on wines, as well as custom CellarTracker barcodes, to make cellar management a breeze.
• Track Consumption History •
CellarTracker allows you to track what you've been drinking — from your cellar, a restaurant, winery or anywhere — and add your own tasting notes, ratings and label images.
This app requires internet connectivity to operate. Certain functionality, such as managing your cellar or tracking consumption history, require a free CellarTracker account. Optional paid CellarTracker accounts provide access to additional functionality, including automatic valuation. Some professional reviews require separate subscriptions to those publications to enable integration.
Fixes an issue with iOS 14 showing clipboard access on startup. We do not read the clipboard without a user's explicit action.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Good, not Great
First, The Bad:
The app is fragile, often crashes and too much human error. We (customers) can add wines, which is cool, but it has lead to multiple versions of the same wines. That leads to less accurate data on ratings, price and “drink by” dates. I also don’t love that consumers can edit the drink by dates. I like wine, no a little bit, but would love for a sommelier, or someone more knowledgeable to tell me when the wine should be drank.
The fact that you can take a photo of the label and it finds the wine (usually) is amazing. Also, when a wine isn’t there you simply send an email and they add it super fast.
I do like that they take average prices in to account, can add to where you’re storing (wine fridge vs. wine rack, and where you drank it. I also enjoy the friend feature. I like to peruse what my pals have stored so I can tell them we should drink their (insert nice bottle) when we have dinner together.
Overall, it’s free and easy to use. I think they’ll continue to update and it will get better.
Tip: I donated some money to get the Premium version, and it didn’t seem to have a ton of perks. So if you expect more, you don’t get too much more.
Just what I needed
This app was recommended to me by a winery associate after I was lamenting about needing to inventory my wine. I was tired of going over each bottle every time we wanted to open one, trying to remember what we had and what should or shouldn't be opened yet.
CellerTracker has been exactly what we needed. It took a couple hours to enter in all 90 of our bottles, but so worth it. There were a couple that weren't in the system, but the app gives you the option to send an email requesting the addition, and out of the five, there was only 1 that they just couldn't find. It was a pretty obscure bottle though, I'm not even sure how we ended up with it.
I think my favorite part of the app is that it provides recommended drink by dates. So if we're not looking to open anything in particular, we just search our cellar by latest drink by date. As I've entered new bottles, I try to enter in price so I can also use that as a factor in choosing a bottle. In addition, you can search your cellar by wine type, down to the grape if you want, winery, or region.
So now instead of crouching in front of our wine fridges, I can just scroll through my iPad or phone with an app that helps me make a better choice. I love how much time and headache this has saved me!
This is probably one of the best and most useful free apps I’ve used. As far as wine apps go it’s unsurpassed. It does a fantastic job of finding the wines by either barcode or using a picture. You can easily ask them to add a new wine if it isn’t found and they respond within a couple days. The biggest challenge is remembering to mark a bottle as consumed when you take it out of the cellar. We have a wine rack in our kitchen and keep a case or two in the basement so it’s very handy for keeping track of what we have. You can also create a wine list report which is great when we go visit wineries so we know what we already have. The only negative I have is that it can be awkward to navigate sometimes.
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- 6.2 MB
- Food & Drink
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Frequent/Intense Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.