Many oenophiles rely on the ratings and recommendations of wine guru Robert Parker when selecting the perfect bottle. But leafing through a stack of Parker's Wine Advocate newsletters isn't an attractive option when you're picking wine at a restaurant or browsing the aisles of a wine shop. A new solution: thanks to Parker in Your Palm ($30-$50), wine lovers can download ratings and tasting notes for more than 55,000 wines from and store them in a Palm personal digital assistant. No need to judge a wine by its label anymore. Cheers! --By Lisa McLaughlin


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