Vinous: Wine Reviews & Ratings

Vinous: Wine Reviews & Ratings

By Vinous Media LLC Apps

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2015-12-07
  • Current Version: 1.06
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 47.80 MB
  • Developer: Vinous Media LLC Apps
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 47 Ratings


Consumers, collectors and experts alike have for years followed Antonio Galloni, Stephen Tanzer, Neal Martin and the rest of Vinous's team of world-renowned critics. Now, Vinous's app puts decades of experience at your fingertips with the essential tools wine lovers need to explore all things wine. EXPLORE WINES * Type a wine name or scan a label to search Vinous' archive of over 250,000 tasting notes and scores from wine critics you can trust * Use powerful filters and sorting options to pinpoint the wines you are interested in * Read articles on the latest releases from a team that spends months every year traveling throughout the world's wine regions to bring readers unparalleled insights and commentary * Browse verticals and retrospectives to see how older wines are faring today and to learn more about the stories behind the wines ESSENTIAL WINE RESOURCES * Vintage Chart - Explore vintages across the world with our free Vintage Chart, which describes growing conditions and overall quality for every major wine-producing area in the world. Then click 'see all wines' to enter the Vinous database to read full tasting notes and scores (requires subscription) * Vinous Glossary – Never be at a loss for words. The glossary explains every wine word you will need to know to be an expert * Explore Grapes – Learn everything you need to know about grape varieties, where they are grown and what their main attributes are. Then click 'see all wines' to enter the Vinous database of to read full tasting notes and scores (requires subscription) * Read tips for enjoying wine at home, including how to open and decant older wines * Find where you can buy the wines you enjoy * Add wine notes to your personalized "Playlists" for quick access. SUBSCRIPTION OPTIONS: The basic subscription level is free of charge once you've registered with your Facebook or Google+ account. This includes access to essential wine resources, as listed above. Vinous Mobile subscribers can also see full reviews and ratings from Vinous' leading team of critics. Options include: One Month for $7.99 Three Months for $20.99 Six Months for $35.99 One Year for $59.99 Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. You will be prompted ahead of the period end as to whether you wish to renew your subscription. You will not be able to cancel the subscription once activated. You can manage your subscriptions in iTunes Account Settings after purchase. Subscribers to the Vinous website also get full access to the app and other features. If you have any support-related inquiries or need assistance, please contact ABOUT VINOUS At the intersection of media and technology, Vinous is Antonio Galloni's vision of a modern-day wine publication. Vinous's team of renowned critics and writers offers in depth coverage of new releases, retrospectives and verticals of older wines, videos with winemakers, interactive maps and more, all published in a continual, daily stream of articles. With the acquisition of Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar in December 2014 and the addition of the IWC editorial team, Vinous expanded coverage to all major wine regions. Today Vinous has subscribers in over 90 countries and is one of the most respected wine publications in the world.



  • Yay!

    By Alexander Max
    Great app for wine reviews and scores. The 100 point system is useful (better than the 5-point system, in my opinion) and Galloni has put together a rockstar group of critics. Between this and Delectable, my wine tech bases are covered!
  • Vinous is the way to go!

    By Kaleigh Congdon
    Thank god Galloni left the WA to create Vinous, and thank god I can have Vinous in my pocket! Quite literally, I now have tens of thousands of reviews in my pocket with the app, and now Neal Martin’s banter to boot. Jump ship from WA...Vinous is the way to go.
  • Sleek and easy to use

    By gfloats
    I love the app when I’m choosing new wines I haven’t tried before and I want to make sure they’re worth the money. It looks like other users don’t like to sign in with google or Facebook but as I use google for most things I don’t have a problem with it.
  • The reviews are what matter

    By A.N.Entrepreneur
    There is no question that Vinous has the best reviewers and that's what counts. I use this app all the time when trying to choose wines. It has saved me thousands of dollars of bad choices. Galloni says it's bad an I steer clear. Tanzer likes a wine... good investment. I get that it is annoying for some people to pay for good information but if you pay peanuts (or nothing) you should get monkeys (or nothing. Really helpful app. Good tools. Nice to look at. All good.
  • The best app for wine lovers...

    By Peter S. 1975
    Hands down the best app for wine. Whether I’m shopping, trying to pick out a bottle at a restaurant or deciding how to bulk up my cellar, Vinous is my go-to.
  • Thought it might be cool

    By thought this would be neat
    I had this app and thought it would be cool To compare wines I’ve rated to a pro. Turns out they are now charging you for that feature and a lot ... a lot of wines are not even rated. It’s like following someone on Instagram and not being able to have your own input.
  • One Star

    By j-riv
    On an iPad, the app will not turn to landscape. You cannot search for articles, only wines. It keeps forgetting that I am logged in. It cannot connect with the Delectable app, despite having a button to do so. Also, I signed up for the monthly subscription, and that means that a lot of the content is not accessible. If the article has multiple parts, like an article on Castello di Arma, when you click on the next part of the article, it kicks out to the website (instead of staying in the app), which the monthly subscription doesn’t give access to. So you can read the intro, but none of the content. In short, if you’re not going to sign up for the $140/year, I’m not sure what you get. The scores are available other places for free, Delectable gives the reviews for a monthly charges and also more wines community rated as well, and you can’t get complete articles or search articles without the website.
  • Ditto. Useless app.

    By Thelmadc
    Can’t sign up without giving away fb or google info.
  • Easy to get stuck

    By Anxious listener
    When you're navigating through to various parts of the app, it easy to find yourself without a back button or a menu item to select. However I did find that the top section is where you swipe 'back' to see previous pages. Clever, but not too clear. Wish the articles were more interesting, and the content more helpful without having to pay. Such as 'try a week of vinous for free before paying'.
  • Vinous

    By Dr. Antxon
    Amen, GabbiDL!