GNOME wine cellar manager
Gwine is a GNOME wine cellar manager. It lets you create, modify, and delete the following:
-Geographical zones (a country, a vineyard, a part of a vineyard, etc.). Geographical zones may overlap, e.g. you can create a zone Bordeaux which contains Medoc and Graves zones. Medoc zone may contains appellations such as St Julien, Margaux, St Estephe, etc. -Appellations, understood as controlled appellations (AOC in France, DOC in Italia, etc). -An appellation's extensions, which may be a village or a cru. -Wines, which depend on an appellation or an extension. You can save vintage, domain, color, price, conservation, producer, etc. -Producers: you can save name, address and country of a given producer.
released on 25 October 2005
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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 30 June 2017.
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