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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
1 Jul 2011

See my thoughts on the evolution of the relationship between restaurants wine in Wine, restaurants' lifeblood.

Digital restaurant wine lists inspire strong feelings, both pro and anti, as can be seen in this thread on our Members' forum.

In my experience, iPad wine lists vary in their beauty, accuracy and usefulness every bit as much as paper lists, but there is surely no doubt that they are here to stay - not least because they can offer so much information and ways of sorting it.  

Over the last week or so I have been asking for recommended iPad wine lists and the list below is the result. If you have any more names to suggest. please do so via the Comments box below - although I would expect a similar list compiled in a year's time to be much, much longer.

Australasia, Manchester
Gordon Ramsay at Claridge's, London
The Greenhouse, London

Ballymaloe, Co Cork, Ireland
Casa 400, Amsterdam, Holland
El Bulli, Roses, Spain
Jardin Tropical, Knokke, Belgium
Maeemo, Oslo, Norway
Monvinic, Barcelona, Spain
Oud Sluis, Zeeland, Netherlands
Restaurant Pinot Noir, Moscow, Russia

Barbacco, San Francisco, CA
Rio Grill, Carmel, CA
Flagstaff House, Boulder, CO
Bones, Atlanta, GA
Chicago Cut Steakhouse, Chicago, IL
Stetson Chop,Chicago, IL
Aureole, Las Vegas, NV
Adour, New York, NY
Per Se, New York, NY
#SD26, New York, NY
South Gate, NY
The Mooring, Newport, RI

Eleven, Toronto, Canada

L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon, Hong Kong
Don Alfonso, Macau
Masseto, Manila
Oyster and Wine Bar, Hong Kong
Robuchon Ebisu, Japan 
Robuchon à Galera, Macau 

Pearl, Melbourne