Wine Reviewing Giants, Tanzer, Gilman and Meadows Integrate Tasting Notes on CellarTracker

Oct 28, 2009, 09:00 ET from CellarTracker LLC

SEATTLE, Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- CellarTracker! LLC today announced that some of the world's foremost professional wine reviewers are now integrated into for co-subscribers, making it the most robust wine database in the world. Burgundy wine authority Allen Meadows of is the latest addition to the CellarTracker site. The site also includes notes from wine reviewing giants such as Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar, John Gilman's View From the Cellar, and Roy Hersh's For the Love of Port. With over 140,000 professional reviews and more than a million community notes CellarTracker delivers over 1.2 million wine reviews.

CellarTracker under the direction of founder Eric LeVine provides collectors and wine enthusiasts free access to web-based wine cellar inventory management software. Since its public release in 2004, the database has grown exponentially from 100,000 bottles tracked to more than 14.5 million.

"I am extremely excited to be working with Allen Meadows so that co-subscribers can see his fantastic reviews in the context of their cellar management software, an often requested feature," said LeVine. "Wine collectors often say that 'all roads lead to Burgundy', and Allen is one of the most widely respected wine critics helping to guide collectors there. It is an honor to collaborate with someone of his stature on behalf of our mutual customers."

CellarTracker is a Web 2.0 platform example, accessible from any web browser, PDA or cell phone. With over 85,000 registered users and more than 300,000 monthly unique visitors, each new user makes the site better for the rest.

About CellarTracker LLC:

Developed by Eric LeVine in 2003, is now the most broadly adopted cellar management tool worldwide with over 14.5 million bottles catalogued or consumed by more than 85,000 registered users. Users can report inventory by producer, vintage, varietal, drinkability, value, share tasting notes, print wine lists, and track bottle locations. To date there are more than one million community tasting notes available.

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