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Hello Vino

Price: Free

Rating: 3.00/5 (57 votes)

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Brief Description: Have you ever been stuck in the wine aisle with hundreds of bottles from which to choose? Hello Vino gives you wine recommendations for food pairings, occasions, gifts, holidays, and by personal taste preference.

Features: Thousands of wine & food pairings, holiday gift ideas, search engine, wine reviews & ratings.

Developer Contact: hello@hellovino.com

Competitive Advantage: The Hello Vino app takes a dead-simple, question & answer approach to delivering a wine recommendation, and does not require the user to know anything about a wine.  It is the only wine app to offer specific wine brands (e.g. 2007 Louis M. Martini Sonoma Cabernet Sauvignon) on top of the pairings & suggestions (e.g. Cabernet Sauvignon with Filet Mignon).  Hello Vino is also the only wine app to offer recommendations for occasions, holidays, and gifts (the most common reasons for purchasing wine).   Future Plans: We are entering into a partnership with a major U.S. retailer to offer location-based recommendations (where the app recommends only wines that are available in the store in which you’re standing), which will roll-out in Q4 2010.  We also have begun development on our “2.0” release, which will include the ability to save & rate wines within the app and share your personal recommendations with friends.

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