Q: How do I add pricing data for existing bottles in my cellar?
A: The answer below presumes you added bottles to inventory without associated purchase data.
Q: Are there any plans to create "Types" of Additions to Cellar similar to the many ways someone can Remove a bottle from their cellar (Drink, Sell, Trades, Gifts, Missing/Presumed Drunk, etc...)?
A: You can use the store name (Gift, Private Collector, Winery, Restaurant etc.) and the Purchase note (name of the gift giver, name of collector, name of winery, name of restaurant etc.) to record the specifics..
Q: How do I remove a store from the list of stores in my dropdown?
A: When you go to add/edit a purchase, the store dropdown just shows you any store from which you have purchased wine in the prior year. If you see a typo that you want to remove, you will need to edit all of the purchases which use that store.
Q: Are there any plans to add sub total lines in the wine cost area for shipping, tax and total cost?
A: This is on our to-do list. Meanwhile, users often ask whether their prices should include tax and shipping. This is an individual decision, but most users choose to enter their prices without tax and shipping.
Q: Can I keep track of purchases in different currencies such as Euros, US Dollars and British Pounds?
A: While you can change your locale (click My Profile at the upper right and then click Display Settings and use the Language dropdown) to set your default currency, there is currently no way to store transactions in multiple currencies. This is on our to-do list.
Q: Can I keep track of what a wine is worth, not just what I paid for it?
A: Absolutely! There is a whole FAQ just on this topic.
Q: If I enter a $0 gift bottle, will that throw off the community pricing or my own average price?
A: No. When calculating average prices any purchase with a price of $0 is disregarded. The recommended way to track a gift is to add a purchase with a price of $0, a store name of "Gift" and then put the name of the giver in the (private) purchase note field.