CorkRules Wins the 2023 BMMA Platinum Award for "Best New Mobile App"
CorkRules today announced that its digital wine experience app has been awarded a 2023 Best Mobile App Award (BMMA) for “Best New Mobile App” in the lifestyle category. The BMMAs were built to showcase and feature the latest and greatest apps across the mobile landscape. Each award contender is evaluated by a committee of highly experienced app designers and developers. These leaders of the industry are dedicated to uncovering the next big player in mobile applications.
CorkRules launched in February 2023 as the first digital wine experience aimed at making it easier for consumers to navigate the restaurant wine list. Through the CorkRules app, consumers can easily find the perfect wine for every occasion based on their preferences, connect with friends and wine experts to discover new wines to try, and learn more about the world of wine. Users can get personalized wine recommendations at thousands of restaurants making what can often be an overwhelming experience an easier one. CorkRules is available for free on Apple iOS devices in the App store.
CorkRules entry for the award included showcasing app features and functionality that are designed to help consumers feel more confident and comfortable ordering wine in restaurants by creating more price transparency and relevancy based on consumer preferences during key wine moments. In a recent survey conducted by the company, only 9% of respondents indicated feeling confident when making a wine selection or purchase. And only 23% considered themselves knowledgeable on wine.
Key features of the app include:
- Personalized Wine Recommendations from Thousands of Restaurants: The CorkRules database includes wine lists from restaurants across the United States, and the team is actively expanding the database to include more restaurants every day.
- Wines Tailored to Each User: Special Occasion? On a budget? Love Bordeaux? CorkRules provides users with expert wine recommendations tailored to their preferences in just a few taps.
- Social feed: CorkRules users can keep up with friends and wine experts too, including certified sommeliers through the CorkRules feed, built with social media like features including the ability to post, like, comment and share updates pre, during and post a dining and wine experience. This will allow users to keep up on restaurant trends and discover new wines.
- Connect with Friends: CorkRules provides the ability for users to “Friendsource” trusted wine recommendations by discovering wines friends have rated, reviewed or shared like to expand their wine choices
“The CorkRules team is thrilled to be a BBMA Best New App Platinum award recipient. We’re just getting started and are passionate and excited about making the world of wine easier to navigate and enjoy for all consumers,” said Robert Tas, CorkRules Founder and CEO.
CorkRules is the first digital wine experience aimed at making it easier to navigate the restaurant wine list by providing consumers with personalized wine recommendations. Launched in February 2023, the CorkRules app gives consumers personalized wine recommendations for every occasion at thousands of restaurants across the United States based on a user's wine preferences, expert opinions and friends’ reviews. Available for download now on Apple iOS devices. To learn more, visit CorkRules.com
About The Best Mobile App Awards (BMMAs)
The Best Mobile App Awards journey started in 2012 when there was a need in the marketplace to have a central authority to highlight the best mobile apps available on the market. Apps nominated for a BMMA are evaluated through a non-bias process via a committee of highly experienced app designers and developers. These leaders of the industry are dedicated to uncovering the next big player in mobile applications. The BMMAs covers all markets, from Android, iPhone, Blackberry, and Windows Phone to wearables like Android and Apple Watch, to ensure every app gets a chance to be considered among the best there is, regardless of operating system.