From Edwin Buehler:
The software Wine XT for Apple Macintosh MacOS X is an essential tool to manage the contents of your wine cellar. Wine XT offers a clear presentation and a flexibility in use. Pleasant and easy to use, Wine XT makes it possible to enter information in a fast way by easy functions. You can manage your wines and your own wine tasting notes. You can note sight, smell, taste and the quality of a wine. Manage the wine cellar racks, reviews used wine with this wine accessory. Using the system address book for winery and supplier addresses.
Wine XT is currently available (not completely translated) in the following languages: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Danish, Norwegian, Portuguese and Japanese
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