Called MyOeno, it’s a smart scanner that you dip into a glass of vino, and which will then feed you all the relevant information you need by sending it to your smartphone. Details that it can register include strength, tannins, acidity, evolution, and more.
To this information, you can then add your own preferences in the form of tags — so that over time, you build up a more personalized database of your likes and dislikes, which will help you avoid wasting money on a bottle that you’re unlikely to enjoy.
One of the most common gifts to take to a party or gathering is a bottle of wine. While I love to tote a bottle with me as a hostess or housewarming gift, I like to include a fun add-on that is left behind even after the wine is gone. This wine accessory takes the common wine gift to the next level.
The MyOeno scanner allows you to understand your wines' structure (strength, tannins, vivacity) and therefore, to fine-tune your understanding of what you like and dislike.
Find out where to buy your favorite wines near you at the best price.
Select your favorite wines to find them easily and receice recommandations.
Make a list of your favorite wines and their characteristics, and easily find out where to buy them near you.
Create groups of friends to exchange and share your discoveries and preferences.
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Check out profesionnal testimonials about our wine scanner.
"the application takes objective measures and combines them with the users' palates so that they can make their own sensory analysis."
“Fine wine enthusiasts will appreciate its sleek design and user friendliness. Place it in the glass and the app will provide the tannin, strength, and vivacity, as well as a little description of the wine.
“The connoisseur has often made an investment and naturally wants to drink the bottle at the best time. With MyOeno, you have a very objective idea of its potential for aging.“
The main common thread between Bastien and Fabien is their love of wine. Whilst they were strolling through the aisles of various wine shows, they were confronted with the issue of tasting a host of different wines and trying to compare them to choose favorites to buy. Then, by dint of tasting sessions and more or less successful attempts at describing and memorizing wines, the frustration of questing the/their “truth” took hold of the MyOeno founders and became a real need.“After 2 years of research and design, we’ve now found the most effective, most adapted technique for everyday use for everyone”.