If you have collected a modest number of wines, that you have managed not to drink yet. You might find cellaring software useful. I use a program on an old PC notebook still because after investing some time into learning all the vagaries of the software, I can't fine a cellaring program for the Mac that is compelling enough to make me shift (go figure). I use Uncorked Cellar, its been around since 1996, and has an integrated wine guide providing winery details, wine ratings, value guide, winemaker's notes, cellaring guide, and a visual rack display for wines in your cellar. Currently it includes information about over 329,000 wines. There is a video getting started guide here if you are interested. There are few others out there and mostly databases developed from the old PC days of the 90's and they mostly look like it and all take you on quite a bit of a learning curve. See Google here for some.