Ah, the internet - your source of misinformation. How does 37% accuracy sound to you? I imagine it sounds pretty awful. However, if you are using a wine app to research wines, that could be exactly what you're getting. Recently, one such app was brought to our attention here at Miller Wine Works and the results were disturbing. Of the 100 different wines this app had posted for Miller Wine Works, 63 never existed, 26 were no longer available, 11 needed corrections to their entry, 3 were completely unlisted, 1 linked to a wine by a completely different winemaker, and one was listed as being made the year Gary Miller turned 3 years old.
We immediately reached out to the app developers for help to get these entries corrected. However, their tech support told us they rely entirely on user submitted data and refused to correct the entries. This is one of the most popular wine apps on the market with over 19 million users worldwide. Those are 19 million wine enthusiasts being misinformed on our wine selection and we could do nothing within the app to prevent such egregious errors. Except warn you.
Buying wines in a tasting room is not always an option for our customers. In this case, a wine app seems the best way to access wines from out of your area. However, we recommend being diligent in your research. Read below for some fun facts about Miller Wine Works that will help you verify that the wines on your apps are indeed our wines.