Whether iphone application users are in a restaurant, on a plane, on a yacht, in a wine store or simply relaxing The Antique Wine Company's expertise can be enjoyed everywhere.
(PRWeb UK) April 9, 2010
The Antique Wine Company (http://www.antique-wine.com ) one of the world’s leading fine wine merchants, announces the launch of its free iPhone and iPod touch application with multiple features including over 80 fine wine podcasts presented by Managing Director Stephen Williams.
From the principals of wine tasting, a guide to the different wine regions, demystifying wine jargon and food and wine matching right through to planning a fine wine cellar, wine investment and buying en primeur including first hand observations on Bordeaux 2009, these two and a half minute wine programmes will be added to on a regular basis. The wine podcasts can also be downloaded free of charge via iTunes or http://www.antique-wine.com . They are also being broadcast as part of the hugely popular daily wine series Stephen Williams presents on Riviera Radio in Monaco.
Additional features of The Antique Wine Company’s iPhone/iPod touch application include:
- Browse over 2,000 of the world’s finest and rarest wines with tasting notes taken from The Antique Wine Company’s up-to-date wine list, including the finest first growths, hard to find top Burgundies, high scoring Parker point wines in addition to extremely rare wines and those with great investment potential
- Search for wines by region, vintage and price. Our powerful search tool will enable users to fine exactly what they need
- View prices in multiple currencies, including sterling, US dollar and Euro
- Links to The Antique Wine Company website to enquire about purchasing wines on the list as well as others
- The application is available for on and off-line, so users are free to browse at all times
Stephen Williams, Managing Director of The Antique Wine Company, comments: “Whether using our wine tasting notes to choose a wine in a restaurant, browsing our fine and rare wines to purchase or listening to one of our educative and entertaining fine wine podcasts our iPhone application is aimed at wine aficionados at all levels including those with little wine knowledge at all. The Antique Wine Company prides itself on the quality of its knowledge and great service so whether app users are in a restaurant, on a plane, on a yacht, in a wine store or simply relaxing our expertise can be enjoyed everywhere.”
Note to Editors:
Stephen Williams is available for interview. Please contact Julie Turner at The Antique Wine Company at Juliet(at)antique-wine(dot)com or tel: 00 33 (0)6 25 28 72 82 for further information.
For full details and to download The Antique Wine Company’s free iPhone application go to http://www.antique-wine.com/iPhoneApp
Stephen Williams fine wine podcasts can downloaded at http://www.antique-wine.com/enjoying-wine/podcasts2.aspx
The Antique Wine Company App is available for free from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at http://www.itunes.com/appstore
The Antique Wine Company
Founded 25 years ago by Stephen Williams and based in London, from the outset The Antique Wine Company(http://www.antique-wine.com ) has only ever traded in exceptionally fine wine of which it currently holds over 10,000 bottles of the world’s finest vintages in its cellars. Over the years it has constructed some of the greatest wine cellars in châteaux, palaces, wineries, hotels and private residences in Europe, Asia and North America and now has over 20,000 clients in 70 countries. The company is distinguishable by its excellence in fine wine; record breaking fine wine collections and the exceptional fine wine events and experiences it creates. Its extensive range of tailor-made fine wine services includes: sourcing rare wines, private wine master classes and cellar planning services.
The Antique Wine Company is based in the United Kingdom with a network of sales offices situated in mainland Europe, the USA and Asia. The company’s office in France handles purchasing operations and relationships with chateaux owners and wine producers.