Local Wine Events

Resources: Wine & Food Apps

Are you looking for Wine & Food Apps? Check out our list of various wine and food apps for the iPhone, Android and other mobile devices. If you would like to add your app to this listing, you can Submit Your App here.

LocalWineEvents.com Official App

iPhone & Android

** Wine Enthusiast Magazine, which ranks us in their list of Top Eight Wine Apps, says, "...LocalWineEvents.com offers a dizzying array of choices for wine lovers."**

✓ Our Wine Events App allows you to:
✓ Easily find Wine & Food events taking place near you
✓ Explore events in other cities while on-the-go
✓ Discover special featured events
✓ Find upcoming events just on the weekend
✓ Save money with exclusive ticket deal offers
✓ Check-in to events with one click
✓ Share events with your friends

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What to Drink with What You Eat


"Will magically transform you from slob to sophisticate in no time." --Portland Monthly "Warning: It's addictive." --Mother Earth News This innovative food-and-drink-pairing app is based on what has been described as “the world’s greatest book on the subject.” "What to Drink with What You Eat" by two-time James Beard Award-winning authors Andrew Dornenburg and Karen Page is also the world’s most trusted pairing book, having been named the Georges Duboeuf “Wine Book of the Year” and the IACP “Cookbook of the Year,” in addition to winning the Gourmand World Cookbook Award. Based on input from sommeliers and chefs at America’s best restaurants (from Alinea to Daniel), these recommended pairings are now available “to go,” allowing you to enter any food (cuisine, dish, or ingredient) or drink (wine, beer, spirit, coffee, tea, or water) and to discover its ideal matches. Whether you’re at a restaurant, in a wine store, or in the supermarket, get perfect pairings every time, bookmark your favorites, and share them with your friends with this indispensable app.


VintageChart+ By Wine Spectator


Wine Spectator VINTAGECHART+ is a free iPhone app, designed to help you quickly select a great bottle of wine from a reliable vintage. Whether browsing at a restaurant or your favorite wine shop, VINTAGECHART+ enables you to confidently select a wine from any of the world's top wine regions - knowing it will always be a good year.


Snooth Wine


Snooth’s new iPhone app will change the way you interact with wine. Representing an amazing leap forward in wine identification and virtual cellar management, the new Snooth Wine app makes finding a wine and discovering local availability easier than ever. Once the app recognizes your wine, you can then: - Discover where it’s available near you - Compare prices from stores around the world - Add the wine to your Wishlist or Virtual Cellar - Read reviews and create your own



iPhone & Android

Who we are My Own Corks allows you to discover, rate, share and enjoy the wine. My Own Corks has a powerful search engine, which uses the most extensive wine directory, making it as easy as possible for you to find the wine information that you need. Create your own virtual cellar and open it to the world. Discover Search for any wine or winery name, grape or country. Find out our hot wines list or just click into our explore section to find inspiration. We are sure that you will discover great experiences from the other side of the world. Rate Comment the wine you taste, rate it, add to your favourites ones, create your virtual cellar and remember you opinion about that wine. See what the world thinks and be sure about your decision and drink the best option before you buy. Share Show how much you love it! Share your rates and comments to the rest of the world. Create your events calendar, add people, places and of course the wine, and share with your friends. Enjoy Uncork it, smell, search into My Own Corks, serve, admire the colours, the texture, the rate that have, smell again, drink with moderation, add to your calendar and share it.


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