Top 10 Wine Apps To Make Your Thanksgiving Meal Go With A Swing

If you haven’t selected your wines to go with your Thanksgiving meal tomorrow, or even if you’re planning ahead to your Christmas dinner, then we have just the article to help you. We have selected ten of the very best wine iPad apps to help you choose the perfect wine for each course. Take a look at this selection… for iPad

media_1290590990151.png for iPad is a completely new way to discover and shop for wine. We designed the app specifically for the iPad, including many exciting and interactive features not available on the website.

Feature highlights:
• New “Label Flow” Interface
• “Geo-Wineries” mapping of winery locations
• Wine “Cave” to stash your favorites
• Extensive wine info with one touch
• Purchase wine and gifts on the go


Drync Wine Pro


Much more than a simple wine log, Drync is a powerful wine search, discovery, and cellar management tool. Our real-time search technology accesses the largest single source of wine information available today, with over 1.2 million wines and hundreds of thousands of expert reviews indexed. Type any combination of words from a wine label to instantly find your wine. However obscure or mainstream the wine, Drync can probably find it! Drync’s easy to use interface makes researching and recording your favorite wines simple and easy. Drync is the perfect companion for the wine novice and connoisseur alike.

$4.99/Download Wine Info


It’s like having a sommelier in your pocket! is the best wine app for wine novices and enthusiasts alike because it offers the best data, most complete feature set, and easiest user experience. is one of Fast Company’s 25 "must have" iPhone apps, has been featured in The New York Times, and rates as one of VinTank’s top wine applications.


IntoWine Food & Wine Pairing App


The IntoWine Food & Wine pairing app pairs over 100 dishes -from quiche to prime rib- with a type of wine as well as a specific bottle recommendation.


Wine Profiles


About 430 regions of the 13 most important wine countries are systematically presented and made accessible in this App. The text centres on grape variety proportions, quality grading, shelf life and most of the characteristics of the wines.




A complete wine, food and cheese pairings guide.

This app combines all the pairings found in iPairings and iFromage with wine serving temps provided by NuvoVino.

The interface is large and elegant, providing a quick reference to wines, foods and cheeses.

We have some surprises in store for the next update, so get it now before the price goes up.


San Francisco Wine Lover’s Guide


In a city as hedonistic as San Francisco, it’s easy to find places to drink wine. But the spots with the best wine lists are often at the bars of the hottest restaurants or tucked into little-known alleyways. This guide lists destination wine bars and restaurants with a focus on wine (and spaces devoted to drinking it when you don’t want a full meal), as well as retail stores with on-site bars. And it tags venues by the type of wine you’re looking for: Cali-centric, Italophiles, Francophiles, etc. It includes insider information about value bottles and happy hour specials, along with tips for how to get into a booked restaurant by way of its bar. In short, the San Francisco Wine Lover’s Guide gives you everything you need to enjoy the city’s constantly evolving wine culture.


Wine Making Terms


With this App, it easy to learn all the different terms used in the wine industry. This app makes it easy to start the learning process at anytime, anywhere.


Wine Tasting Tab


Wine Tasting Tab searches price points of wine tasting room fees so you can choose ones that fit your preferences and lifestyle. It takes the $ting out of tasting adventures.


Wine HD


Explore a wide variety of regions including French, Italian, European and New World Wines. Wine HD also contains descriptive sections on Champagne/Sparkling Wine, and Fortified/Sweet Wines. All topics are grouped by category available via the home page. Choose from a comprehensive collection of informative topics including:

-Wine Basics
-How Wine is Made
-Tasting Wine
-Buying Wine
-Serving Wine
-Storing and Collecting Wine
-Selecting Wine in Restaurants
-Matching Wine and Food



About Joanne Carter

Joanne Carter is the Founder and Editorial Director of A Professional Photographer and Associate of the British Industry of Professional Photographers, BIPP, as well as a Professional Journalist, specializing in Photography. Joanne is also a Columnist for Vogue Magazine and is Contributing Editor to LensCulture.