Virtual WineCellar is an easy-to-use cellaring software for wine collectors. It keeps you informed about stock and history, shows the current value of your wine collection, keeps track of your suppliers, and gives you the option of ordering directly from within wine cellar. Apart from the standard data entry fields, it features several advanced functions, like user defined fields, a suppliers database with order-to-inventory processing, integration with Vinote (TM) barcoded neck tags, support for digitized bottle labels, and much more.
- intuitive, point and click interface.
- fields for wine name, country, appellation, grape, year, maturity, etc. in logical grouping.
- additional user customizable fields.
- summaries for number of bottles, total cost, market value, and appreciation.
- automatic reminders for wines that reached/passed maturity.
- easy order - order directly from within Virtual WineCellar.
- integration with Vinoté (TM) bar coded neck tags*.
- extensive finding and sorting functions.
- displays your own rating both numerically and graphically.
- import function for scanned wine labels.
- optimized print form.
- report function for further editing in your favourite word processor.
- extensive, context-sensitive on-line help.
Virtual WineCellar is available for Macintosh and Windows.
Licenses start from US$ 20.00.
Virtual WineCellar offers standard and plus licensing options, All functions can be demoed with an unregistered copy. To help you decide which license is best for you, please review the differences:
|standard license||plus license|
|support for digitized bottle labels||√||√|
|Vinoté neck tags||-||√|
|Batch assignment of Vinoté tags||-||√|
|status tracking (in stock, consumed, etc.)||-||√|
|stock tracking||global per wine type||individual bottles|
|EasyOrder||one order at a time||unlimited independent orders|
|#of items per order||10||unlimited|
|order processing||-||1-click order to inventory|
|order history by supplier||-||√|
|price/value tracking||manual, global by wine||automatic calculation from bottle data|
|reports||by wine||individual bottles|