Delectable - Scan & Rate Wine

Delectable - Scan & Rate Wine

By Delectable

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2012-04-06
  • Current Version: 5.8
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 55.26 MB
  • Developer: Delectable
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 7,537 Ratings


“The Essential Wine App” — James Beard award winner Jordan Mackay Take a photo of a wine label and instantly get ratings and descriptions with Delectable, the critically-acclaimed free app that helps you get access to the world's best wine. Keep track of your favorites and learn more about wine by following the world's leading winemakers, sommeliers and wine critics. Buy wines you love from your phone. And all this works for beer and spirits too! ACCESS THE WORLD'S BEST WINE • Follow top sommeliers, winemakers, and wine pros • Explore curated lists and discover your next favorite wine • Buy wine right from your phone and we’ll deliver it to your doorstep INSTANT WINE RECOGNITION • Take a photo and Delectable will identify the wine in seconds • Get reviews and tasting notes on any wine from the world’s leading wine community • Scan an unlimited number of wines for free PERSONAL WINE JOURNAL • Add your own ratings and tasting notes to keep track of your favorites • Tag people and locations to remember great times and great tastes • Share recommendations with friends WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT DELECTABLE "The Only Wine App Worth a ****" — Alder Yarrow, “This iPhone app does all sorts of things wine lovers want.” — Serious Eats “The simplicity and power of the app make it a standout. A must have for any wine lover or curious shopper. The label recognition software is the best I’ve seen out there for these types of apps.” — App Store Review “Clean, modern, and well designed. I love the social integration and the quick review process for wines.” — App Store Review Delectable Premium features: • Fully integrated Vinous wine reviews and ratings • Priority wine transcription for hard to match labels • Ad-free experience • Delectable Premium profile badge Delectable Premium subscription details: Payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase. Current subscription price is $5.99 USD/month for Delectable Premium, and $1.99 USD/month to remove ads. Terms of service and Privacy policy:



  • Rice’s review

    By Whistling Texan
    Very smooth, light, with blackberry evident with a tendency to a semi-sweet taste.
  • Can’t search un-rated wines

    By Justaguy12345
    As far as I can tell, if I don’t rate the wine, it doesn’t come up in my search results. That makes the app very unhelpful when I’m just trying to see if I’ve actually had the wine before (regardless of whether I rated it or not or have my own tasting notes or not).
  • This app ...So much fun!

    By Gastrodoc2
    Great app to get involved or not! Without pressure to be a know it all! Instructive and yet easy to become involved... or not! Really cool!
  • Viña Ardanza Reserva 2008

    By Propagandawines
    Dried flowers with slight dustiness. Fairly bright with good acidity. Mild baking spices. Seems heavier Granacha then Tempranillo.
  • Stella Rosa: Stella Rosso semi-sweet Il Conte 1917

    By jimsore34
    It says semi-sweet but I thought it was quite sweet. Very easy to drink, like a punch almost. Really enjoyed it
  • Why poor rating

    By Experienced boater
    Can’t get pricing on better wines. Many photos lost.
  • Fruity Barbers without sweetness

    By El Latino Loco
    The Reds by Jeff Runquist are consistently good and complex.
  • Great app, but odd menu headings

    By DCNYer
    I use app often and am interested to see what other users are drinking. After initial enthusiastic adoption by wine professionals and journalists, most don’t post often or at all anymore. Still, it’s still useful.
  • Put my private data online along with my full name and picture

    By reviewernla
    If you want to use this app, do so at your own risk— do not assume they will behave with professionalism or integrity. Delectable developed an online store to sell wine. After several years of using this app, they began to use my notes, alongside my full name and picture. I had, by then, amassed a large library of wines that included not only my own thoughts and judgements about wines but also personal notes— on what occasions I’d drank wines, with whom, what we’d done. To opt individual wines out of this process, you needed to individually mark each wine as private— they provided no default status for a user’s entire account and there was no option to go back and mark older wines as private. Changing my name in the profile also did not fix this problem. I was horrified to learn that, if someone googled me, these hits created the first ten or so pages of a google search history— overwhelming any pages related to my career in the non-profit industry, creating issues of trust and doubts about my professionalism for my clients. My first few requests to take this down were ignored. Eventually they took most of them down, but it took months.
  • Doesn’t work as well as I would hope.

    By Grumpy Old Hepcat
    On the plus side, the interface is nice and it’s easy to snap a picture of the bottle label. I’d like to see a bit of image processing to “flatten” the label to make it more readable. There’s no real organization options for the wines you’ve snapped and rated. A lot of the time the auto-identify doesn’t really work; it gives me similar wines by the same producer, but not what I’ve snapped. It means I have to manually edit the wine identity way more than I’d like. The estimated price is a nice feature when it works. However my biggest complaint is that I’d really like to be able to find a place to buy the wines I discover, but Delectable almost never can find a supplier. I end up having to use google to find somewhere to buy the wine. It would be good to be able to “follow” a favorite wine for deals or sales. I really wanted to like this app but I ended up just using it less and less over the years.