Download Wine-Searcher for Android
Find, compare and buy wines, straight from your iPhone.
The Wine Searcher app is a genius shortcut to your favorite wines, beers and spirits – wherever you are on Earth.
Our database of 7 million wine offers from 50,000 merchants means we’ve got the wine world pretty much covered, no matter what you’re searching for.
Looking to compare prices for the 2005 Mouton Rothschild? Or wanting to get some more information on a rare Cognac, bourbon or single malt Scotch whisky? Maybe you’re just interested in the best vintages for your favorite vineyards and wineries.
Search quickly and easily
Use our Recognize Label tool to scan the wine in front of you, or just type in the name of a wine you want to learn more about. Find out about grape varieties and regions, access pricing information across vintages, and even see what the critics think.
Remember the memorable with My Ratings
With the Wine-Searcher app, you can always buy a five star wine from a palate you trust – your own. Keep track of what wines you liked and which ones you didn’t, and save wines you haven’t tried yet for later. You can even make your own tasting notes and share them to social media – you’ll be a veritable Robert Parker in no time.
Locate stores near you
Find out what wine stores are closest to you, and see what wines are the best value at your local wine merchant. Buy wines online through the merchant’s site, or get in touch with a store directly through the app.
Broaden your horizons
The Wine-Searcher app is so much more than that: find and compare prices of some of the world’s best Scotch whisky, bourbon, Cognac, gin, rum, tequila, and even beer.
“Thanks to Wine-Searcher, the most successful, and seriously useful, price comparison website, everyone should now be paying the right price for the wines they buy.” – Jancis Robinson MW
“Whether you’re looking for something as ubiquitous as Mouton Cadet Bordeaux or something as rare as a Riesling TBA from Egon Müller in Germany, Wine-Searcher will point you to the right place and show you the prices.” – The New York Times