BMW - 1800 TI SA 1964 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ BMW - 2500 1968 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ BMW - 2600 Luxus 1958 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ BMW - 3.0 CSL 1971 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ BMW - 501 V8 1954 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ BMW - 502 3.2 1955 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ BMW - 507 Roadster 1956 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ BMW - Isetta 600 1957 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Glas - T 400 Goggomobil 1957 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Mercedes Benz - 220 D 1967 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Mercedes Benz - 220 D Long 1968 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Mercedes Benz - 280 SE W 111 1961 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Mercedes Benz - 290 Cabrio D 1934 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Mercedes Benz - 300 SL Gullwing 1954 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Mercedes Benz - 300 SL Roadster 1957 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Mercedes Benz - 500 K Special Roadster 1934 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ NSU - TTS 1967 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Opel - Kadett B Rallye Coupe 1967 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Porsche - 356 1100 Coupe 1950 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Porsche - 356 A 1300 Coupe 1952 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Porsche - 356 A 1300 Coupe 1952 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Porsche - 356 B 1600 S 90 Roadster 1960 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Porsche - 550 Spyder 1954 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Porsche - 718 RS 60 1960 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Porsche - 911 2.0 L 1963 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Porsche - 911 2.0 L Targa 1963 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Porsche - 911 2.2 E Targa 1968 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Porsche - 911 Carrera Rs 2.7 1966 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Porsche - 911 Carrera Rs 2.7 1972 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Volkswagen - Beetle 1100 Hebmüller Convertible 1949 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Volkswagen - Beetle 1302 1969 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Volkswagen - Karmann Ghia 34 1500 1961 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Volkswagen - Microbus T1 Camper 1951 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Volkswagen - Microbus T1 Samba 23 1951 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Volkswagen - Microbus T1 Transporter 1950 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Citroen - 2 CV 6 Cabrio 1969 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Citroen - 2 CV Sahara 4x4 1958 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Citroen - Ami 6 Break 1960 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Citroen - DS 20 Pallas 1968 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Citroen - DS 21 Pallas 1965 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Citroen - ID 20 1968 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Renault - A 110 1300 1963 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Renault - A 110 1600 S 1970 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Renault - A 110 1600 SI 1974 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Simca - 1000 Rallye I 1970 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Simca - 1000 Rallye II 1972 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Simca - Aronde 1951 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Alfa Romeo - 6C 1750 Gran Turismo Cabrio 1929 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Alfa Romeo - 6C 1750 Gran Turismo Coupe 1929 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Alfa Romeo - 8c 2300 Monza Spider 1931 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Alfa Romeo - Giulia 1600 Sprint 1962 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Ferrari - 246 GT Dino 1966 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Ferrari - 246 GT Dino 1966 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Ferrari - 246 GTS Dino 1972 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Ferrari - 250 Europa GT 1954 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Ferrari - 250 GT LWB 1957 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Ferrari - 365 GTC 1968 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Ferrari - 365 GTS 4 Daytona Spider 1968 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Ferrari - 375 America 1953 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Lamborghini - 350 GT 1964 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Lamborghini - Countach LP 400 1973 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Lamborghini - Miura P 400 1965 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Lancia - 2000 LX Iniezione 1970 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Lancia - Aurelia B 24 Spider 1954 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Lancia - Fulvia Sport 1600 Zagato Coupe 1971 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Lancia - Stratos 1974 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Maserati - Ghibli 5000 SS Spider 1969 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Maserati - Kyalami 4.2 1972 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Maserati - Mistral 3.5 1963 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Maserati - Mistral 3.5 1963 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Maserati - Spyder 1953 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Honda - N 360 1968 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Toyota - Corona Coupe 1965 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Wolga - Zil 114 1967 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Saab - 96 1960 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Tatra - 603 1956 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Aston Martin - DB2 1950 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Aston Martin - DB2-4 Coupe 1930 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Aston Martin - DB2-4 DHC 1952 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Aston Martin - DB4 1958 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Aston Martin - DB5 1963 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Aston Martin - DB6 1961 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Austin Healey - 100 M BN 2 1956 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Buick - Master Six Opera 1927 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Buick - Series 40 Special Riviera 1952 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Buick - Skylark Convertible 1953 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Buick - Skylark Convertible 1953 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Cadillac - El Camino Coupe 1959 (Condition: 2) 0,00 % +++ Chevrolet - 3100 Pickup 1946 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Chevrolet - Bel Air Speedster 1955 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Chevrolet - Camaro II Z28 1970 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Chevrolet - Corvette Sting Ray 427 1966 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Chevrolet - Corvette Stingray 435 Cabrio 1969 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Chevrolet - Vega Hatchback 1973 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Chevrolet - Wayfarer 1949 (Condition: 3) 0,00 % +++ Duesenberg - Model SJ 1930 (Condition: 1) 0,00 % +++ Shelby - Mustang GT 350 1965 (Condition: 2) 0,00 %

User Instructions

1. LOGGED IN USER – NOT LOGGED IN USER

When you are not logged in you can still view all the regions and vineyards. On the page "Cellar" you find the default wine collection, with all the wine prices are in real time. You can also view the wines of the collection in the list view (Cellar – edit collection). Many of the functions are only available in the full version. You cannot edit the wines or delete them! Click on the left table and then click Edit Collection. Now you will see a new table with different usabilitys. These functions are also available in your own wine collection. "Register" to create a sample wine collection and get more relevant hits with the search functions. All the wine prices shown in the free version are 24 months delayed. As a logged in user you can create a collection with up to 25 wines and observe its performance - delayed. Only in the full version you can view real time wine prices. At the end of the Beta phase all registered users will receive a special invitation to use the complete database with daily updated wine prices, data and quantities.

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2. LOG IN – REGISTER

Registration is simple and free. All you need is a valid email address! Click "Register now" on the top right side of the homepage. The registration page appears. Enter your email address and click "Register".

Screenshot of the registration form

You will receive an email with a link that will take you to your personal account page.

Screenshot of the registration email

Choose a username and a password. Repeat the password and then click the Log In button.

Screenshot of the account page

Please memorize your username and password; you will need both of them to log in. (Hint - Should an error message appear, please correct the errors and try again.) Most browsers will ask you if you want to save your log in details.

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3. PASSWORD OR USERNAME FORGOTTEN

If you have forgotten your log in details please click the Forgot Login button.

Screenshot of the Password forgotten Form
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4. SEARCH FUNCTIONS ON THE HOMEPAGE

You can choose between three main search functions: Search, Extended Search and Map Search. You can also search the whole database for quantities and costs using the Trading Volume Search and Price Volume Search.

Screenshot of the homepage
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5. SEARCH

Enter the name of a wine in the Search box. Our wine database will offer you suggestions for the wine or wine price you are looking for. When you find the correct name, click Start. A list of the 100 wines we consider most relevant appears. Click on a wine to see the wine detailed view including the wine prices. A chart shows the performance of the wine prices worldwide (depending on what version you are using you have access to real time costs). You can also compare all the vintages of a vineyard including the wine prices. Click the wine price button to view the price of the wine.

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6. EXTENDED SEARCH

Use Extended Search to narrow your search: select the region, the vintage and the bottle size. Click Start and then click on a single wine to see all the related details. A chart shows the performance of the wine price worldwide (depending on what version you are using you have access to real time price). You can also compare all the vintages of a vineyard. Click the wine price button to view the cost of the wine.

Screenshot of the Extended Search
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7. MAP SEARCH

Our world map offers you a complete overview of all the wine regions of the world. Choose a continent on the world map.

Screenshot of the Map Search

A map of that continent then appears. Choose a country (After clicking on a country such as France or Australia, a map of that country will appear, allowing you to also choose a region). A list of all the vineyards of that country/region appears. You can now click on a vineyard if you wish to see all the wines produced there. If the vineyard only produces one wine, the page with the wine detailed view appears. A chart shows the performance of the wine price worldwide (wine auction prices – depending on what version you are using you have access to real time costs). You can also compare all the vintages of a vineyard. Click the wine price button to view the cost of the wine.

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8. WINE AUCTION - TRADING VOLUME - SEARCH

This allows you to search for the trading volumes of the wines. You can search by region, vintage, colour and bottle size. The table shows the first 100 hits. Click on the wine and you will be redirected to its vineyard.

Screenshot of the Trading Volume Search
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9. WINE AUCTION - WINE PRICE - VOLUME SEARCH

This allows you to search for the wines with the highest wine price volume, with the highest revenue on the international wine auction market. You can search by region, vintage, colour and bottle size. The table shows the first 100 hits. Click on the wine and you will be redirected to its vineyard.

Screenshot of the Price Volume Search
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10. TOP WINES INDEX "WIN 100®" AND THE OTHER INDEXES

The "WIN 100®" is the index for fine wines. It includes 100 fine wines of various vintages and regions. We observe daily the performance of these fine wines, which you can view in the chart on our homepage.

Screenshot of the homepage

Observe the performance of fine wines and watch them in comparison to other Indexes such as DOW JONES, SMI, DAX, FTSE, NIKKEI or the Gold price. Our indexes for the Bordeaux region, Burgundy, California, Italy, the Champagne region, Germany, Australia or the port wine index give you an overview of these wines, performance in other regions. The performance of the "Win 100"shows an increasing trend above 900% since 01.01.1996. The "WIN 100®" as well as our other indexes shows the investment potential of fine wines. All our indexes started on 01.01.1996 with the same number of points as the DAX, which makes it easier to compare the performance of the indexes. All the indexes are updated daily with wine prices from wine auctions all over the world.

Screenshot of the index chart
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11. WINE PRICE INDEXES - MEANING

  • The WIN 100® consists of major wines, often sold at auctions, from all the wine regions
  • DerThe Bor-I shows the performance of wine prices in the Bordeaux region
  • The Bur-I shows the performance of wine prices in Burgundy
  • The Cham-I shows the performance of wine prices in the Champagne region
  • The Ital-I shows the performance of wine prices from the Italian wines
  • The Cal-I shows the performance of wine prices of Californian wines
  • The Aus-I shows the performance of wines and wine auction prices in Australia
  • The Port-I shows the performance of wine prices of port wine
  • The Ger-I shows the performance of wine prices in Germany
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12. HOW TO COMPARE INDEXES

Under the Search buttons on the homepage you see the chart showing the wine indexes. To compare them, just click on the name of an index above the chart. If you want to remove the index from the chart, click again on the name. All indexes started on the 01.01.1996 with the start value from DAX!

Screenshot of the index chart

Click the Plus button (+) to see a bigger image, click the same button again to see the normal size.

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13. "MAP SEARCH OR CELLAR"

Click on Map Search and a map of the world appears. Above the map you see the first real-time data., with information on regions, amount of vineyards, amount of wine auctions, cumulated value of all wine auctions, most wanted and best performer wine and, with Version 2, which wines have the highest capital growth.

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14. EXAMPLE OF MAP SEARCH"

Let’s say we are looking for "Domaine de la Romanee Conti" in Burgundy, one of the most known wines in the world. Burgundy is in France. We click Map Search and search for Europe.

Screenshot of the Map Search

If you position your mouse over an area in the map, that area will be highlighted and you will see its name. We have now found Europe and click on it. A map of Europe appears (Hint – If you have clicked on the wrong region just click the Back button to go back to the previous page)

Screenshot Of the Map Search - Europe

Above the map you see the latest information on the area you chose. You can only click on darker areas. Some countries (such as Andorra or Lichtenstein) are too small for the map and are represented with buttons below the map. Now we click on France, and a map of France appears, with its regions. We want to find Burgundy and click on it.

Screenshot of the Map Search - Europe - France
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15. WINE REGION OVERVIEW

Above the map there is a wine region overview, with the latest information about this region. All the wines currently in our database are listed here. (Hint - vineyards are added daily, you can find a list of the newly added vineyards in the sidebar on the right.) The vineyards are in alphabetical order. You can also sort them out according to wine price volume and wine trading volume.

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16. REGIONS – ORDER BY TRADING VOLUME

Our system orders all the vineyards by the amount of the business transactions currently in our database. The table shows the exact amount of wine auctions and the amount of wines produced.

Screenshot of regions ordered by trading volume
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17. REGIONS – ORDER BY WINE PRICE VOLUME

Our system orders all the vineyards by how high the general wine auction prices is. The table shows the wine price volume of the wine auctions and the amount of wines produced. (Hint - If you position your mouse over a symbol, a tag with its function appears)

Screenshot of regions ordered by wine price volume
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18. ALPHABETICAL ORDER

You can scroll the page down until you reach a letter, or you can click on that letter. (Hint - On the bottom right of every table there is an arrow. Click on it to go back to the top of the page.) We want to look for "Domaine de la Romanee-Conti" You will find it under the letter D. On the left, next to the name of the vineyard, there are coloured bullets that show you which type of wine is produced in this vineyard (port wine, red wine, rose and white wine). Click on the name of the vineyard. A new page with all the relevant information opens. (Hint - If you think that a vineyard is often traded in wine auctions, you might search by wine trading volume or wine price volume, because the vineyard you are looking for would appear on top of the list. Otherwise you can use the browser function that allows to look for a word or a name in the website.)

Screenshot of the vineyards list under the letter 'D' –Domaine de la Romanee Conti

SOn top of the table you see now all information about this vineyard. Our database shows the amount of wine auctions, the amount of vintages of a wine listed on the website and the wine type.

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19. ORDER BY WINE TRADING VOLUME, WINE PRICE VOLUME OR ALPHABETICAL

The different search functions are very helpful, especially when a vineyard produces many wines. When you have found the wine you are looking for just click on its name.

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20. WINE DETAILED VIEW

You have clicked on the name of a wine in the vineyard section (For instance – Vineyard: "Domaine Romanee-Conti" – Wine: "La Tache") A chart appears, showing you the current wine price (on the right side). Under the wine auction price you find the Add to Watchlist and Add to Collection buttons.

Screenshot of a wine chart
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21. THE CHART AND ITS FUNCTIONS

Above the chart you see the current information on the vineyard and the wine you have chosen. Under the chart there are various buttons, from 3M – Max. Use these buttons to change the view of the chart and the wine value.

  • 3M - shows the wine auction price performance over the last 3 months
  • 6M - shows the wine auction price performance over the last 6 months
  • 1Y - shows the wine auction price performance over last year
  • 2Y - shows the wine auction price performance over the last 2 years
  • 5Y - shows the wine auction price performance over the last 5 years
  • 10Y - shows the wine auction price performance over the last 10 years
  • MAX - shows the general wine auction price performance

You can also select the bottle size and the vintage (selectors on top of the chart). If you change the bottle size, you also automatically change the bottle size in the vintage table (Version N2). A new table appears with all the available vintages for this bottle size. With Version 2 you will see a general view of all the vintages under the table. Here you can compare the wine auction price performance of all the vintages. You see the start wine price and the highest wine price until now. Click on the button Real Time to see the current cost of every single vintage and a chart with the trend. You can also add the wine to your collection or to a watchlist.

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22. CELLAR

To use this function you need to be registered.

Screenshot of the Cellar

Click on Cellar (in the main menu), then on Add New Collection. Now create your collection and type the name of the collection in the box. Click on the Send button. The messages „please wait“ and „ process completed“ will shortly appear on the screen.

Screenshot of cellar – creating a collection

You will then be redirected to the page showing you an overview of all the collections. Your new collection will be underneath the Default Collection. You can now add the first wine to your collection: click Add Wine from Database“ or Add Wine Manually“. Click on Add Wine form Database and you will be redirected to the homepage.

Screenshot of Cellar – Add Wine from Database
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23. SEARCH – ENTERING THE FIRST WINE

You have just created your first collection and now you are back on the homepage. You can choose between Search, Extended Search and Map Search. For example: let’s take the "Mouton Rothschild”, one of the most widely known wines in the world. Type “Mout” in the search box. A list containing the ten most important hits will appear. (Hint - if the results don’t show please click right next to the last letter you typed in)

Screenshot of the search - 'Mout'

The first result is "Mouton Rotschild”. Click on the full name to enter it into the search box and click on Start. A list of all the relevant hits will appear. In this example there is only one result.

Screenshot of the search result
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24. ADDING WINES TO YOUR COLLECTION

Add the wine to your collection or to a watchlist using the two icons on the right (if you position your mouse over the icon, a tag with its function appears). Let’s add a wine to your collection. Click on the Add to Collection icon and a form appears. Please enter the exact details of the wine.

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25. DETAIL FORM – ADDING A WINE TO YOUR COLLECTION

1. Cellar: look for the name of your collection and chose it. 2. Region, vineyard, wine: the wine region, the name of the vineyard and the wine are already selected. 3. Vintage: now choose the vintage. 4. Bottle size: Choose a bottle size. 5. Cost per bottle: to be able to calculate the wine price increase of your wine, please type in the cost per bottle. Please use a full stop instead of commas when typing in a decimal number. 6. Amount: Please insert the amount of bottles as a whole number, without commas. 7. Date: Select the date on which you bought the wine. 8. You can also select the colour of the wine. 9. Add the wine retailer, the main grape variety, a description of the wine and further information (optional). 10. Also optional but often very useful are information about the drinkability of the wine.

Form – Add Wine to Collection

Check that the details you have entered are correct. Click on Send and the wine appears immediately in your collection. A new page appears, showing you an overview of your collection.* (Hint - If the form appears, there might be an error in one of the details. The error is marked in red.

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26. CELLAR

You can create one or more collections with various bottle sizes (not available in all versions!). As a registered user you can create a trial collection, and add up to 25 wines to it. (Hint - Please remember that real time wine prices are only available in the full version.

Screenshot of Cellar - above

After you have added a wine to your collection, you see three wine price tables at the bottom of the page. These tables show you all the wines you have added and sort them out in different categories. 1. Wines with the best performance (best 10 wines) 2. Wines with the worst performance (worst 10wines) 3. A complete list of all the wines. The tables include the following data: blue Info button, wine region, vineyard, wine, vintage, amount of bottles, purchase price, current wine value, value performance over the last 3 months, last year and the general performance since the purchase.

Screenshot of Cellar - bottom

On the right there are two icons; click on the binoculars the wine to a watchlist. Click on the red (X) to delete the wine from your collection. In the middle you see the button Start Collection; please click on it only once you have added all the wines to your collection, otherwise the performance of the wine might show adulterated results. (Hint - If you add wines after you have started the collections, our database considers it an increase in value and shows a higher value performance

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27. BLUE INFO BUTTON

At the beginning of each line there is a blue Info button. This button is a link to the wine overview, containing all the details about this wine.

Screenshot of Cellar - Info Button
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28. CELLAR – WINE DETAILED VIEW

On the top left you see the wine with its vintage and bottle size; on the right side you see a stylised label. Here you find all of the details you entered. Click on the arrows on the top right to leaf through your collection (internal arrow – slow, external arrow – fast).

Cellar – detailed view
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29. EDIT WINE

Click the Edit Wine button just above the label and you can change or add details. The details you can change are marked in white.

Cellar detailed view – Edit button

You can (depending on the version) move the wine to other collections; change the vintage and the bottle size, the purchase wine price, the amount of bottles, the purchase date and other details. Underneath the data you can enter your personal opinion of the wine and your tasting notes.

Cellar detailed view – Edit mode
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30. REPLACING THE LABEL

It is possible to replace the stylised label with a „real“ one. In Edit mode, go with your mouse arrow on the bottle size specification on the label (on the bottom left of the label). A black area with two arrows appears. With the left arrow you can download this label and use it for your own purpose. With the right one you can choose a label to replace the current one.

Cellar detailed view - Label - Upload Button

Click on the right arrow, Upload Data. Now search for the image with which you wish to replace the old label. Once you have found the image, click Open to start the automatic upload. Within seconds you will be able to see the new label. If you want to delete the label again, click the X on the left next to the arrows, and the old label will appear again.

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31. WINE CELLAR DETAILED VIEW - SAVE

Click the Save button above the label. This button is only available when you are in edit mode.

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32. ENTIRE WINE CELLAR, TABLES, SEARCH FUNCTIONS

If you only have few wines in your collection and you want to be able to see an overview of your whole collection next to the wine detailed view, go to the Cellar page and click Edit Collection.

Cellar – Edit collection

You can order the collection by region, vintage, bottle size, wine colour and wine cost. You can also order it in alphabetical order. You can add any of the wines to a watchlist, by clicking on the binocular icon. A new form appears. After you have filled in the form and clicked Send the wine will be added to the watchlist.

Edit Cellar
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