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WineGlass App Takes the Guesswork Out of Long Wine Lists

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Let's be real: Sometimes looking at a wine list can be a cumbersome experience if you aren't already well on your way to becoming a sommelier. Many times you're just looking for a reasonably delicious glass that won't cost as much as your entrée. Enter the WineGlass App.

See also: Wines For The World Cup

The app takes a photo scan of any wine list in question and creates and interactive list that tells you review, rating, pairing, and price information-- so you can be sure your getting your glass of wine at a reasonable price. It can also pair with the CellarTracker app to give you tasting information of each wine.

Here's how it works:

You can download the WineGlass App for your iPhone or iPad in the App Store for $4.99.

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