Food & wine pairing app for iOS and Android Phones

Wine pairing iPhone app
Current App Version: 1.2
(released May 23, 2010)

Price: $0.99 until January 8th, 5pm Pacific

Now on Android Market!!!
Wine pairing Android app
Current App Version: 1.0
(released January 6, 2011)

Price: $0.99 until January 8th, 5pm Pacific

WineToMatch for Android devices has now arrived. After countless emails from our users of our iPhone app, we are pleased to launch our Android app today. Several new features are being debuted in this app including:

  • A streamlined process of describing your meals (down from five screens to four).
  • Simplified cooking methods (thanks to those who wrote with suggestions on this topic).
  • A "Pair my Wine" feature similar to this website's so you can skip directly to the pairing recommendations for a given bottle/style of wine.

iPhone users, please do not despair...if we get positive feedback from these enhancements as we believe we will, they should be coming to the iOS app within a month or so.

Oh yeah, we almost honor of our Android launch both apps will be on sale for 99 cents through Saturday January 8 at 5pm Pacific! So please spread the word!

UPDATE May 29, 2010
Lots of improvements to WineToMatch unveiled this week. Downloaders of version 1.2 of our wine-pairing iPhone app will find:

  • Re-designed results screen with improved load times.
  • Added several Italian appelations to app, including Vino Nobile de Montepulciano, Vin Santo, Sant'Antimo, Brunello and Super Tuscan.
  • Improved recommendation engine with more precise balance of the food's and wine's relative weights.

Check out the WineToMatch app in action. Thanks to all the help from our users in putting this together!

Version 1.5 is still in development. Don't forget to email us suggestions for the next big redesign at .

UPDATE November 12, 2009
Today we released version 1.1.2 of our wine-pairing iPhone app on iTunes. You'll notice several new features, including:

  • New food types: pizza, chocolate, ginger, cured meats, berries, melons, squashes
  • Now does pairings for desserts!
  • New wines including: Lagrein, Barolo/Barbaresco, Santorini, Txkolina Txkoli, Dry Fizzy Reds, Taurasi, Aglianico, and Sparkling Sweet Wines
  • Improved overall results
  • Added color icons for better usability/accessibility
  • Technical improvements for reliability

Our next version will be 1.5, where we are working on a simplification of the interface to save you a few taps and swipes on your way to vino nirvana!

UPDATE September 13, 2009
The WineToMatch application is being updated. Based on your feedback the last few weeks, we are updating the app’s interface to be a little simpler and save you a couple of taps on your path to great pairings! Stay tuned for version 1.1 with a simplified method for choosing your cooking method, plus a selection of bottles in varying price ranges for each varietal and appelation featured on the app.

UPDATE July 28, 2009
FOR SALE on iTunes TODAY! You can now download the WineToMatch application in the iTunes App Store.  Use the app to bring the experience and education of a certified Master Sommerlier with you to the wine shop, gourmet grocery store, supermarket or your favorite neighborhood restaurant. Our favorite use is to find a great local BYO from Yelp or OpenTable and save youself $40 or more by bringing your own bottles that you can be confident will complement the restaurant’s style of cuisine.

Download the app now from iTunes

UPDATE July 4, 2009
APPROVED!!! Our iPhone application has been approved for sale on iTunes! We are proud to announce that we were accepted by Apple on our first attempt. Thanks to everyone who contributed to this project.  It will be another couple of days before it is available for download. We will announce as soon as it is available for download.

UPDATE June 23, 2009
Our iPhone application has been submitted to Apple for approval. Reviews by the App Store team take approximately 1 week for each resubmittal. So with any luck we will be available for download within the next couple of weeks.

In the meantime, I’m posting a few screenshots of our app in action. As you figure out when you examine the shots, there’s virtually no sacrifice in capability when going from the web application in a modern browser to the iPhone application.

We’ll keep updating this post as our app makes its way through the approval process. We’re confident that it was well designed and coded, so hopefully in just a matter of days you’ll be able to take the full wine pairing capabilities of WineToMatch with you to grocery stores, wine shops and that great family-owned restaurant in your neighborhood…you know, the one with the impressive but slightly intimidating wine list…we hope to help you find the hidden gems of their selection!