Weinkeller
Weinkeller
2.2.1

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Weinkeller

2.2.1
31 July 2008

Track and manage your wine collection.

Overview

Weinkeller... The application for every oenophile. Track, store and manage all your wines and labels. Search and find desired wines and print overviews for tastings. I have completely rewritten the Weinkeller application for Leopard. You can now drag & drop entries, duplicate them and backup and restore the complete wine collection. I have also improved the GUI and the handling - now you can acces all your wines in one window and I have also increased the font size, some of you aksed me to do that…

What's new in Weinkeller

Version 2.2.1: Major Update for Leopard Drag & Drop Duplicate Entries Export & Restore GUI

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2 Weinkeller Reviews

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Apfelz
31 July 2008

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what a qualified software review… I'd rather have a good wine in my cellar than a car in front of my house and there a lot of good an fair traded wines out there for less than a tankful…
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Version 2.2.1
Apfelz
31 July 2008
what a qualified software review… I'd rather have a good wine in my cellar than a car in front of my house and there a lot of good an fair traded wines out there for less than a tankful…
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Version 2.2.1
Syharris
31 July 2008
I'm afraid that this rather nicely done app is a bit out of place in this time of financial and economic implosion here in the States and probably European countries as well. The era of conspicuous consumption is past and most folks have a lot more on their minds than maintaining their wine cellars (in other words, the party's over, boys and girls!). Stagflation, skyrocketing food and energy prices, bank failures, corporate and business failures, rising unemployment, collapsing real estate values, people losing their homes to foreclosures, an economic depression on the horizon, and a Weimar style hyperinflation likely at some point, keeping our cellars stocked with Chateau Lafite is very low priority for most of us. Weinkeller is most definitely an anachronism now. I'll stick with a jug of good old "dego" red, or , as we in the sixties used to say dayglo red to wash down my plate of spaghetti and meatballs.
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Version 2.2.1
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MacUpdate-Lon
MacUpdate-Lon
31 July 2008
"Stagflation, skyrocketing food and energy prices, bank failures, corporate and business failures, rising unemployment, collapsing real estate values, people losing their homes to foreclosures, an economic depression on the horizon, and a Weimar style hyperinflation likely at some point..." It's amazing how much more scary those thoughts are to me now simply because I have a child, a ten year-old daughter. I don't fear for myself, I'm on my way out of this world, but she's on her way in. I hope it does not get as grim as you portray it will, but in the five-plus decades I've been around, things surely do look very discouraging right now. Let's hope that this is just the darkness before the dawn.
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Version 2.2.1
Syharris
Syharris
31 July 2008
Sure, one day, a fresh, new dawn will greet us, or perhaps, those who come after you and me. But before then, I'm afraid, a gut wrenching period of storms. To paraphrase the late jazz singer Pearl Bailey, "What this world needs is a good old fashioned enema". And friend, we're gonna get one, big time. So, hope for the best, but prepare for the worst.
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Version 2.2.1
Jim-Winski
Jim-Winski
12 August 2008
Weinkeller is a great app. For the poor soul that can't afford to drink any more, that's too bad. However, some of us still can afford to keep track of the wines we have and the developer has made an excellent tool for us. Sorry.
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Version 2.2.1
Fdog
Fdog
17 July 2009
SYHARRIS: Whether or not anyone agrees with your doomsday rant (and during rare moments I admit I do), you need to find a more appropriate forum for your thoughts. This area is used to evaluate software, we hope, objectively. Your comments regarding Weinkeller are irrelevant, distracting and altogether inappropriate here. MacUpdate should delete them all at once.
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Version 2.2.1