Kudos to VineSleuth/Wine4.Me team members Mary Cressler and Meg Houston Maker for being honored as finalists for the Wine Blogger Awards.
If you don't update the app on your iOS device, you're missing out on the best version of the app we have to offer. And soon, you'll be missing out on much more. Your data.
Amy Gross will be representing Wine4.Me and its parent company VineSleuth at the Global Marathon virtual conference for women in engineering and technology, which will be held on March 8 - 10, 2016.
If you've updated the Wine4.Me app to the latest version, you might have noticed that the process for rating wines has changed somewhat. If you're unsure how to rate wines, here are step-by-step instructions.
We hope that you've already downloaded the FREE Wine4.Me app and used it to discover new great wines and to browse food and wine pairings. Good news! The latest update for the Wine4.Me app is now available and it makes the app even better.
This morning our Founder and CEO, Amy Gross, will present during the opening general session of IBM's Insight 2015 conference to talk more about how we are using Watson to help shoppers find the wines they like as well as how we are helping retailers better serve their customers.