|Searching your Records|
Searching for wines in The Personal Wine Curator is easy.
Click on the "Search" button in the black Navigation Bar and select either "Search by field" (if you know exactly what you’re looking for and what field to find it in) or "Universal search" (if you have a keyword, but can’t remember exactly where it might be in your wine record).
Type any word or phrase in the spaces provided, then click the "Search My Lists" button.
The "More" button brings up another set of fields in which you can enter new criteria and multiply your search (My Lists only).
Search for wines in The Personal Wine Curator Community ("PWCC") by using any of the red highlighted fields on the "Search by field" page, then click the "Search PWCC" button.
"Universal Search" looks for wines in your PWC lists and is not for use with the PWC Community. You can be very specific about how you enter information in the "Universal search" field. Below you will find a list of useful tips for refining your searches.
Peter Michael finds Peter Michael, Michael Peters, Peter Michaelson, and Michael Peterson
"Chateau de Beaucastel" finds Chateau de Beaucastel but not Chateau Beaucastel
", Napa Valley" finds Oakville, Napa Valley but not Napa Valley without the comma.
S@rah finds Syrah and Sirah
Jo*n finds Jon and John
S*t finds St. and Saint
"@" finds @ (or an email address, for example)
"," finds records containing a comma
" " finds three spaces in a row
==J finds J but not J Wine Co.
==Robert Mondavi finds Robert Mondavi but not Mondavi, Robert or Robert Mondavio
=Chateau finds Chateau Margaux, au Chateau, but not Chateauneuf-du-pape
=Chianti =Classico finds Chianti Classico or Classico Chianti but not Chianti or Chianti Rufina
Less than a specified value, use < (e.g. <40 or <9/7/1999 or <M )
Less than or equal to a specified value, use <= (e.g. <=95129 or <=05:00:00 or <=M)
Greater than a specified value, use > (e.g. >95129 or >9/7/1999 or >M )
Greater than or equal to a specified value, use >= (e.g. >=100 or >=9/7/1999 or >= M)A range is first to last character in the alphabet for text; least to greatest for numbers; and earliest to latest for date and time. Use ... (e.g. 12:30...17:30 or 1/1/1999..6/6/ 2000 or A...M)