WSET Tasting Notes - Wine APK

Version 2.0.1 - com.wset.tastingapp

Save your tasting notes using WSET’s praised Systematic Approach to Tasting wine

WSET Tasting Notes - Wine apk

APP Information

Download Version 2.0.1 (17)
Apk Size8.21 MB
App DeveloperWine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET)
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android5.0 and up
App Packagecom.wset.tastingapp.apk

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App Description

WSET Tasting Notes - Wine is wset,tastingapp,food,drink, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) website who developed it. com.wset.tastingapp.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 5.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 2.0.1 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 14+ times on store. You can also download com.wset.tastingapp APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

Whether you’re a wine enthusiast tasting for pleasure or a drinks professional tasting for work, this app helps you create and store structured and consistent tasting notes for wines. 

In line with updates to the new qualification, you can record primary, secondary and tertiary aroma and flavour characteristics giving greater depth and nuance to your tasting notes.

Brought to you by the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) — the largest wine education provider in the world — the app is based on our globally recognised Systematic Approach to Tasting® (SAT) at Level 2. 

Note: This app does not form part of the WSET® Level 2 Award in Wines course. However it is a useful tool for both current and former WSET students at all levels. 

Never been a WSET student? No problem! The app is a great tool for all wine tasters, complete with useful tips on how to record your notes. The app also provides a great taster of the skills you can expect to acquire through WSET courses. 

What’s included:

• The only wine tasting app endorsed by the world’s leading provider of wine education 
• A database of over 300 wine producing countries and regions
• Over 100 pre-populated grape varieties 
• A comprehensive lexicon of commonly used aroma and flavour descriptors
• Pro tips to guide you through the app 
• Ability to record notes in “blind” tasting mode
• In line with updates to the new Level 2 Award in Wines, record primary, secondary and tertiary aroma and flavour characteristics
• Search through your stored tasting notes
• Upload a photo to your wine notes
• Simple, easy to use interface to record and store your tasting notes

What is the Systematic Approach to Tasting Wine?
The Systematic Approach to Tasting® (SAT) is a method of note taking developed by the Wine & Spirit Education Trust to make tasting notes more objective and comparable.
The methodology breaks down the evaluation of wine, spirits or sake into appearance, nose, palate and conclusion, supported by universal terminology. 

The SAT is published at four progressive levels of difficulty in support of the four levels WSET qualifications available. This app has been built for wines at level two making it suitable for those who are new to the SAT method as well as those that have completed WSET courses. 

A systematic approach to tasting provides wine tasters with a foundation on which to build and develop their skills. The SAT forms an integral part of all WSET courses. 

The Wine & Spirit Education Trust
Founded in 1969, the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET) is the largest global provider of wine, spirits and sake qualifications. 

Trusted by the world’s most recognised drinks organisations, WSET has led the design and delivery of wine and spirit education for five decades and since 2004 over half a million candidates have taken a WSET qualification.

With four progressive levels of study offered through a network of course providers in more than 70 countries and translated into multiple languages, WSET qualifications inspire and empower drinks professionals and enthusiasts. To find out more about WSET, visit

App ChangeLog

  • Updated to support WSET’s new Level 2 Award in Wines. After a thorough review the Level 2 Award in Wines and Spirits was replaced with the Level 2 Award in Wines. Now exclusively focusing on wines, the new Level 2 Award in Wines, launched August 2019, benefits from an enhanced, updated specification and learning materials.

App Screens

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  1. Chelsea Schmaltz-avatar

    Chelsea Schmaltz

    In general easy to use and good simple app. However there is a bug where a short finish shows up as a series of numbers in the summary.

  2. Coady Buckley-avatar

    Coady Buckley

    No nonsense and well structured!! I was looking for an app just to record my personal tasting notes... and this is it. Its great and I recommend it also for anyone who is not familiar with the WSET tasting format. A few additional features would make the app perfect: - editing of completed entries - access to the label/bottle images (to capture info there) - backup and/or ability to copy or download the database (I would hate to lose these notes) Q: can I backup the entires?

  3. John Zoller-avatar

    John Zoller

    Great app. WSET just needs to put out a couple bug fix updates. Some of the low/medium/high and short/medium/long notes don't save correctly. Also it would be nice if you could open the label pictures you take back to full size.

  4. Francesco Sasso-avatar

    Francesco Sasso

    Very interesting app that allows to save your tasting notes and helps to learn the tasting criteria of the WSET standard. In my opinion it still needs some improvements. Being Italian I've noticed that several important regions (e.g. Franciacorta, Salento, Langhe, Monferrato, Etna) are not listed in the drop down menu, as well as (more importantly) several grape varieties, like Arneis, Gavi, Vermentino, Moscato, Canaiolo, Catarratto, Cannonau, Falanghina, Picolit, Pigato just to name a few.

  5. Serkan Deveci-avatar

    Serkan Deveci

    WSET is a great learning platform. I'm taking the online course for level 2 and it's brilliant! This app looked fab on their website but it was crashing constantly when logging in. App team is super responsive and fixed this problem very fast! I'm now using the app with no problem. It's very easy to use, great practice for SAT approach and to build my own archive of wine tasting notes. 4 stars vs 5 is only for not being able to edit the notes once submitted.

  6. kristen frize-avatar

    kristen frize

    Easy to use. A fix needed with the low medium high settings that only appear as numbers in your finished tasting notes. Also, it would be better if once saved you were able to make changes to your tasting notes instead of having to delete and redo.

  7. Barry Wood-avatar

    Barry Wood

    smattering of good reviews, but I'm also experiencing the "crash upon launch" that several reviews are noting in last month. Given that i can't even open the app successfully, and I'm using a modern android phone, have to give it 1 star. assuming I can ever get this to open, will update the review.

  8. Alex Benson-avatar

    Alex Benson

    Could really have done with some testing before releasing this app. Bugs all over the place. Tannin is spelt wrong when viewing a tasting note. When inputting 'Low' in the body field it displays as a string of numbers. No opportunity to edit notes if you made a mistake

  9. Sam Thompson-avatar

    Sam Thompson

    Really straightforward and user friendly, I would like to be able to edit tasting notes

  10. Matija Petrinjak-avatar

    Matija Petrinjak

    Fantastic app. Make sure to include North Macedonia on the list of countries on the next update of the app since, although small and landlocked country, it produces some excellent well-rounded wines on the market.