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Our Favorite (Free) Wine Apps

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Delectable Wine

Join the wine community and share favorites with friends. Shoot the label, post your thoughts, and let the app do the rest.
 

Hello Vino­ – Wine Recommendations

Find the perfect bottle to pair with any meal, mood, special occasion, or snack—even Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.
 

Selecting a Wine for Dummies

How do you pronounce Spätelese? Ask the app, and speak like a master sommelier.
 

Vivino Wine Scanner

Don’t know Barolo from Brunello? Snap a pic of the wine label. Read the notes, and impress your dinner host.
 

Wine Notes

Search for wines by scanning bar codes, and share reviews via Facebook and Twitter.
 

Wine Road

Sonoma bound? Find out where to wine taste, dine, and sleep, and how to get there.

 

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Beyond Borders

Wine Country’s international tapestry weaves a melting pot of flavors and experiences to savor.

Three To Watch

Wine Made Easy

Become a vintner with Wine Country’s posh new wine club.

Cliff Lede's 100-point Cabernet Sauvignon: Poetry

Cliff Lede Vineyards crafts perfect-scoring wine.

Wine Offspring

While some winemaking family members venture into other, none-wine-related businesses, more often their ties to the vineyard are just too hard to break. Here, four entrepreneurs from winemaking families talk about ways they found to share their passion for the vine

Sonoma Cider

Sip Wine Country’s other favorite drink at Sonoma Cider.

Final Twist: Robert Mondavi Winery

Robert Mondavi Winery's barrel aging room.

Rock, Stock, and a Few Soaking Barrels

Longtime friends honor a Sonoma family ranch with boutique wines.

French Toast

Fabulous wines pair with Michelin bites at St. Helena’s Posh new tasting room.

25 Years of Stags Leap

One of Napa Valley’s most renowned subregions has lots to celebrate.

Wine Country Itineraries: Getting to know the towns of Napa and Sonoma counties

You’re in Wine Country, and your performance doesn’t start for a while. You don’t feel like visiting a winery, and you don’t have time for dinner. All of a sudden you realize that you don’t really know Wine Country all that well. Here’s a selection of things to see and do in Petaluma and Yountville.

The New Napa

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