, Wine on your I Phone

If not for the Pho List, I might not have found out about, one of these many programs designed for the I Phone and created by fellow phoster Jim Goodman and a few good souls.

Well, even though technology moves in a fast and furious way, you cannot yet drink wine straight from your I Phone.

What it does or at least claims to is give you access to information on some 530.000 bottles of wine.
Their search is powered by Cellar Tracker.

I am not sure what the mix is as far as countries, varietals, vintages and so on is.
Hopefully I will be able to find out more even though I do not own an I Phone, only a Blackberry Curve.

You can also share what you drink via Facebook and Twitter.

The Twitter feature does not work as we speak though.

Growing pains I guess.

Related: Wine with your Own Stamp made in New York City: City Winery

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