Bibendum turns Plonk into Snapchat of wine

Chris Losh

Chris Losh

05 July 2016

Bibendum has relaunched its wine sharing app, Plonk, with the aim of building on the growing use of social media apps like Snapchat.

As well as all the usual educational stylistic help and food and wine recommendations, the new  app will allow users to photograph wines that they have tasted, recording the time and occasion when they drank it, and creating a kind of pictorial 'wine diary' of their favourites.

Users can also connect with other Plonkers to see what their peers are drinking, and share their favourites.

Get it for iPhone and Android here.

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