Welcome to the Tastingbook - the WORLD'S LARGEST FINE WINE media and social community trusted by thousands of wine professionals and wineries around the world. Tastingbook is unbiased, ad-free, non-commercial, free to everyone and easy to use.
We are working hard to make tastingbook.com available as soon as possible. Due to a very heavy traffic (over 1.6 million monthly users) we need to update our
servers and add interesting new features on the site.
New tastingbook.com will be open again 19th of September.
Until then we look forward to seeing you on our facebook pages.
Tastingbook’s mission is to evaluate and compare critics ’wine reviews and generate new journalistic information from them, as well as to inform our readers about the underlying factors of the reviews and how they have changed over the years. Tastingbook also reports on the development of wines as both wines and economic investments. Tastingbook is unbiased, ad-free, non-commercial, free to everyone and easy to use.
In Tastingbook you´ll find the World's largest wine library - up-to-date knowledge and information on the worlds best and finest Wines and Vintages from 1690 to today.
World's largest wine photo collection - over 50.000 thousands photographs
Wine Notes - the world's most comprehensive and up-to-date tasting note collection of the rarest and finest wines
The World's largest Wine Wikipedia - fascinating insight into the wine-estates: their history, winemaking and wines
The most complete Vintage Reports from all around the world - from Vintages 1790-2021.
Latest Wine and Winery News
What to buy today - which wines are good investment What to drink with food - the perfect food and wine match
How to drink wine - how to open, decant, serve and treat wine
Intelligent Wine Cellar Tool
Tasting Tool - the world's fastest intelligent tasting tool and so much more ...
Sharing. We believe that the most important property of wine can be crystallised into one concept: sharing. It is an integral part of the wine world on every level from production and tasting to travel and the moments of enjoyment. It can be said that the need to share is inherent to wine, as a product, and for the first time, there is now an organic channel - Tastingbook, a community of wine professionals around the world, to do just that – sharing the experiences and knowledge . Knowledge is power. Each year, almost 30 billion wines are tasted across the world. Information on wine-related matters is posted on millions of websites by wine shops, vineyards, wine experts and enthusiasts. Naturally, the quality, credibility and topicality of this information varies depending on the source. There has been no source that provides reliable, non-commercial, unbiased and up-to-date information on wine in a single location created by thousands of wine professionals, until now.
Tastingbook is created by FINE - the world's leading Fine Wine magazines and thousands of wine professionals and wineries from over 110 countries.
Tastingbook started in 2015 and have today over million pages of wine information. Over 25 000 wine professionals from 112 countries are keeping it updated. In tastingbook you will find the most up-to-date journalistic tasting reports almost from every major tastings from all around the world.
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"This unique site provides a great access for both sommeliers as well as any wine lovers to make tasting notes quickest way ever, to find exclusive information of the world's most sought after wines, and to take the benefit of the community for sharing information and experiences about wines." Aldo Sohm, Chef Sommelier at Le Bernardin – New York, Best Sommelier in the World 2008
“"A great site that is easy to use. You can become a part of a friendly, generous community of experienced tasters from around the world who are drinking the world’s greatest wines, often. Thetastingbook.com is an excellent resource for fine wine lovers and collectors." John Kapon, USA, CEO of Acker Merrall & Condit
“It is great to be part of this extremely advanced wine sharing community. Such a great tool for any professional or amateur to expand their wine knowledge.” Gerard Basset MW MS OBE, UK, The World's Best Sommelier 2011.