vinopal is a free companion to cellartracker.com for iPads and can be considered a "Coffee Table" version of your collection that you keep in cellartracker.
While cellartracker.com is still the best place for data entry of new wines to your collection, vinopal works best for viewing, browsing, researching or depleting wines from your collection directly from your iPad.
Use it together with your wine enthusiast friends, dinner guests or on your own to find the perfect bottle(s) to open and enjoy.
Main features: view wines by label art; change preferred label art; view wine and bottle details; sort wines by name, vintage, region, variety, points, value, location or consumption window; wine cellar evaluation; view and add tasting notes; add, edit or deplete bottles.
vinopal has been tested with cellartracker collections of up to 3,000 bottles, but should be able to handle even larger collections.
Finally, vinopal works best for wines having cellartracker images that is cropped around the label, please considering uploading new images to cellartracker for your wines that doesn't have a good label. Those labels will benefit all users of vinopal.
- Structured inventory search - Capture new wine labels directly from your iPad2 - Assign best wine label to multiple vintages at once - Handle all characters for logins (bug fix) - Tweet tasting notes (if configured in CellarTracker!) - Appellation maps for California, Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhone, Piedmont and Tuscany
App Store Reviews
El Cucuy, 4 stars:
This app is a great addition to cellar tracker, but I wish it would refresh the labels with the ones selected by the user on CT. I'd be willing to pay for that tweak
I use this app all the time, especially when entertaining or just consuming. It's super easy to browse through my bottles and find just the right wine for the moment. The only thing missing is the ability to add wine to your cellar. CellarTracker is still required for this function. Add that function and this would be the best app ever produced!
Some reviewers seems to not be clear that they need to have a cellartracker account (with inventory) before enjoying the benefits of the app.
It appears that the app only reports your wine inventory. It would be wonderful if you could add support for searching any wine within the cellartracker database. Great achievement. Congratulations.