Website of the Month – Cellartracker

This is not a Port-specific website and my recommendation this month has been done before. However, there is no question that it is one of the two greatest “virtual” wine tools on the web.

There are now approximately 40,000 users of this product, which manages their 6.5 million bottles in a very orderly fashion. It slices, it dices, it turns on the oven and even calls your cell phone to let you know when your roast is about to hit a perfect medium-rare. Excited yet?

Not only is it the largest, most powerful and successful tool in the shed, but there is a second reason to have one in your box: there are over 400,000 individual tasting notes produced by a group of wine lovers just like you, which are FREE to peruse. If that is not enough to make you want to click on the following link; just consider that you can view a bazillion more TNs if you have arranged access to various well-known wine journalists and critics’ reviews, who have realized the synergistic benefits of collaborating with the brilliant and humble founder of CellarTracker, Eric LeVine.

CellarTracker offers more useful bells and whistles than you could even hope to find available in the 2008 Lamborghini Countach. No, this is not a new Cali Cult Cab, nor do I have a week to tell you all about the plethora of advintages. So please go have a look at the “features” section on Eric’s site and you will quickly understand why there’s been explosive growth in the use of CellarTracker around the globe the past few years.

CellarTracker, don’t leave home without it. And now … there is never a reason to!

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