Robert Parker

Robert Parker

By eRobertParker

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2013-04-03
  • Current Version: 2.4.6
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 59.29 MB
  • Developer: eRobertParker
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 3
From 8 Ratings


Robert Parker Wine Advocate is one of the world’s most recognized and respected wine reviews publications. Founded in 1978 by Robert M. Parker, Jr., all articles and reviews are subscriber-funded and therefore unbiased, composed by a small team of fulltime employed, regionally focused wine experts based around the world. Filter and search nearly 400,000 tasting notes and scores via this app, with new reviews added nearly every week and around 30,000 reviews published each year. The online database also houses an archive of dedicated Wine Advocate articles and vintage reports dating back to 1992. FEATURES ◆ Browse wine tasting notes, scores and suggested drinking windows from our database of more than 400,000 wines ◆ Access new reviews as soon as they are published, with new reviews added nearly every week and 30,000 wine reviews added annually ◆ Our Advanced Search allows you to filter wines by vintage, author, issue, country, region, sub-region, wine type, color and sweetness ◆ Read all of our publications and popular opinion pieces in one place, including Wine Advocate, Hedonist's Gazette and Wine Journal ◆ Our famous Vintage Chart offers a quick, easy view of vintages for all major wine regions and styles dating back to 1970 BENEFITS ◆ Clear, quick and easy-to-use navigation of our extensive database to find exactly the wine you are looking for or discover something new ◆ Fast, accurate, no-frustration and no-hassle search capabilities ◆ Be the first to know: receive notifications on your mobile device as soon as new tasting notes and articles are published ◆ Mobile-friendly landing pages and article views bring the desktop experience right to your phone! REQUIREMENTS ◆ Internet connection is required More information: Privacy Policy: Terms of Use: SUBSCRIPTIONS Robert Parker Wine Advocate Mobile App is free to sign up and preview. A subscription is required to view wines and tasting notes from our wine database. Enjoy these benefits as a Personal subscriber at USD 11.99 per month: Access All Wine Advocate Professional Tasting Notes and Articles Join Matter of Taste wine tasting events worldwide Subscription will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Once the subscription is activated, you will not be able to cancel/receive a refund for the remainder of your activation period. Manage your subscriptions in Account Settings after purchase. UPCOMING INTEGRATIONS ◆ RP Cellar Integration



  • Log in every time!!

    By zewthenimp
    Why do I have to log in every time I open the app? Please fix this
  • Application user

    By Wine Bravo
    Application has many glitches. Its main function "Search Wines" fails to yield results despite spelling the wine correctly and exactly how it is listed in their database. Robert Parker appears to be contributing proportionately less reviews himself. Customer Support is non-existent as they never respond to inquiries.
  • Irregular even for an off app

    By Ramrod2
    Parker may give the 2010 Montrose or the 2010 Shafer Hillside Select a perfect 100, but he would probably give the latest version of his own app a 73. The old version was sufficiently usable and thorough. The upgraded version in purple/magenta is a disaster. The reviews of many wines have not made their way to the app database yet. All systems updated on my iOS, but not a go for hundreds of reviews that were present in the prior version. For example, there is not one Opus One review to be found. The Emperor needs new app designers.
  • Weak Sauce

    By Universaldogstar
    As noted by other reviewers - have to sign in every app is used, poor visual display of reviews and no ability to drill down to reviews from vintage charts. Wine Spectator and Vinous Media apps are far superior in functionality and look/ feel. Frankly - the main website has been lagging the competition for years but I put up with it due to the quality of the reviews. This poor app release is another example of the Wine Advocates' inability to compete digitally and remain relevant.
  • Old App had issues but was significantly better

    By gejohnston
    The new version is significantly lacking. You have to login every time you open the app. You can't use keywords to search for a wine. The drinking windows for each wine are not identified. Also it does not tell you when the wine was reviewed. How can you possibly go this far backward?please tell me that an update will be rolled out tomorrow.
  • Login

    By Stone714714
    Has bee a convenient app, but cannot log in since updating to iOS 9.3.3.
  • This app needs work

    By 55mrbobdobina55wino55
    Mr Parker Jr pimped his daddy's name on this piece of crap?
  • Poorly maintained. Poorly designed.

    By x5115x
    I am a subscriber. Website is much better. This App is an embarrassment. Out-of-date info. Reviews don't fit on screen properly. Dates cut off. Considering that I pay around $100/year for access to their site and this app, I think we deserve better.
  • Poor Navigation; VERY Old charts - useless

    By Gm1234567
    Many parts of the vintage charts are woefully OUT OF DATE - some back to 2009 (hey we are in 2014 and so all 2012 ratings should be there!). The vintage charts are poorly structured - e.g California has North Coast and Central Coast. This is poor - North Coast could be divided in Sonoma, Carneros, Napa and maybe one or 2 others to reflect the climatic changes. Navigation is TERRIBLE. There is no back button so you have to go all the way back out to the beginning and start over again. Parker should be better than this.
  • Broken

    By ADDmech
    I'm not a subscriber but I'm not sure if it's worth it. The demo version is completely broken and I haven't managed to read a single wine review on this app and I try regularly. I really respect Robert Parker and hope they are able to get this app fixed.