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Best apps...For wine lovers

With these apps you can call up reviews and prices or locate your favorite wines.

Cor.kz is “the most useful resource out there” for the majority of wine consumers. Plug in the name of a wine—or simply scan in the bottle’s bar code—and the app will call up reviews, provide price comparisons, and help you locate other wine stores. ($3 for Android; $2 for iOS)

Wine Search is for the more committed “wine geek.” If you make it your hobby “to track down unforgettable bottles,” you’ll love Wine Search’s “easy-to-use search database, which “taps into almost 5 million wines from 31,000 merchants via Wine​Seacher.com.” ($2; iOS only)

Daily Grape will help you “speak the language” of oenophiles. Wine retailer turned star critic Gary Vaynerchuk recorded 89 episodes of daily tastings for this free app. His recommendations are “delivered with wit and deep knowledge.” (Free; iOS only)

Source: Men’s Journal

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