VinoCell - wine cellar manager

VinoCell - wine cellar manager

By VinoDev

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2012-06-05
  • Current Version: 3.8.6
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 39.41 MB
  • Developer: VinoDev
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.64796
From 1,372 Ratings


VinoCell is the most complete app to manage your wine list, graphically display your cellar, to record both your tastings and pro ratings and to match dishes to your wines. To discover the app in images and videos: The app is perfect for beginners who can use the main fields but it also caters for experts who can play with its infinite possibilities. Top 10 features: - Up to 50 different descriptors (name, country, region, appellation, varietals, maturity, color, alcohol...etc) and 3 images per wine: no compromise! - Text search in the 1 million internal wine database - or add your wines manually but quickly using the internal country, region, appellation and varietal database. - Graphical representation of your cellar’s racks and shelves with 40 different configurations to choose from. - Full bottle life management from input to output date. - Easy placement of a bottle in your cellar using the double tap feature. - Quickly locate and highlight bottles in your cellar for easy access. - Powerful search engine with 40 fields. Need to find the 2007 Australian shiraz from the Barossa Valley, drunk last month with your friend Bob, priced between $15 and $20, with a point score of 91? You can! - Tasting notes management and a choice of scoring scales: 5 stars, 20 points, 100 points... - Pro rating can be added using 70 world guides or contests/challenges (Parker, WS…). - Complete cellar stats: countries, regions, colors, vintages, varietals, purchases, providers...etc. Other great features include: - Match dishes to each wine - Manage producer and provider details. - Manage contacts (friend/family) tasting notes. - Customize graphical bottle: shape, hue, cap. - Create and customize PDFs for each wine. - Share via Email, Facebook and Twitter. - Market price valuation feature. - Search merchants all around the world. - Export wine, bottle, tasting, rating lists as CSV/XLS. - Import wine list as CSV/XLS from VinoCell website - Automatic sync between all your devices using the same VinoCell account. Don't hesitate to look at our website explaining the many features this app offers:



  • Intensive Wine Manager

    By CharlieSey
    For most enthusiasts this application is overkill. It is probably the most complete database wine management tool available. Some of the ‘web link’ functions were cumbersome or did not work at all. If you are looking to have a book chapter on each wine this app is for you. Most of us looking for a simpler page level database; year, winery, name, geographic origin, inventory, cost, value, tasting notes and maybe an auxiliary notes field.
  • An absolute..

    By Soren76
    Easy to use and simply tracks all your wine and allows easy adds to a cellar of multiple shapes
  • Worst $8 I Ever Spent

    By Horseloverr<3
    This app doesn’t find my wines. All the entries are manual and you can’t even scan the barcodes. I want my money back.
  • Wine visualization doesn’t work

    By sleighr817
    This app was a bummer. It has a ton of features but I purchased it due to the reviews talking about the cellar visualization. Essentially, you put in the specs for your wine rack (for example, 10 x 10). Then you are supposed to be able to assign a bottle of wine to a specific spot in the rack so it’s easy to find the bottle you’re looking for later. Unfortunately, when I go to assign “location info” to a bottle, the app is unresponsive. It looks like this app hasn’t been updated in awhile, so it likely is a compatibility issue with the latest version of iOS 14. Unfortunately this was the most important feature for me so the app is pretty useless now.
  • Poor design

    By henfbans
    To add to all the frustration of manually entering all the data, the app won’t let you visualize location of the bottle in the cellar.
  • Save your money

    By tiger snacks
    Wine search is terrible. Barely has any wines the other apps have. The virtual cellar is a neat idea but poorly done. Overall just move on.
  • Good app can be better

    By Neuro_San
    I wish the images a customer saves is uploaded to their server and standardized so that when one searches the database, it allows us to import standardized data. Something like what the Vivino app does.
  • App can’t scan your bottles to load them

    By whîsp
    Scanning of labels, bar codes, etc has been around for a decade now on smartphones I clouding other wine finder apps. For whatever reason this app requires you to manually enter all the details, or google search style enter the name and vintage to find it. In 2010 this would be fine... it’s 2020 going on 2021 and this app was nearly $10. This unacceptable.
  • Solid app

    By LFSMS
    This wine storage app is solid. It isn’t perfect, but with a little work you can get a lot in this. You can separate out all the different places and configurations and include other things if you choose. I had a few hundred bottles on hand and it took me a while to get it all in, but think any tool would require that work. Needs improvement on the database and sharing info based on label pic and stats. I like it though.
  • 100% better than a spreadsheet!

    By PaulyMcBee
    Tired of slogging and sorting through an overgrowing spreadsheet? I was. This has just about everything...Input, output, tastings, price categories, many optional variables at your disposal with a decent and well organized interface. The visual "cellar" management is a godsend. When properly configured (which is, at first, a challenge because the rows/colums/rack shape keys are a bit cryptic) you can visually manage your racks of bottles through the app! No more fussing with hand written labels on the necks of bottles! My only criticisms are: 1.) photographs (that you take of the bottle labels) are automatically downsized to low resolution. Understandably, this speeds up the database and synchronization. 2.) Data import is limited to only some of the major fields (not all categories are available for .csv importing). Likely, you will need to manually update data even after you make a successful import. Ended up manually entering all my wines and photos. If you're like me and only have dozens of bottles, it's no big deal. But if you have a giant collection then you can probably afford to pay someone to do this data entry anyway.