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  • 33 Bottles of Wine Tasting Notebook
  • 33 Bottles of Wine Tasting Notebook

33 Bottles of Wine Tasting Notebook

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The perfect little notebook to record your favourite wines

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33 Wines is a wine journal that provides an easy way to quickly record wine tasting notes in a small, convenient notebook format. It’s perfect for wine novices and pros alike.

33 Wines is perfect for wine aficionados, geeks, nerds, layabouts and other fans of the vintner's art.

We love that 33 Books Co. creates these books to actually be used a.k.a they have a practical inside that, although small, allows you to record all the best details of your wines. 

They also use recycled paper with hand-set type printed in American made soy ink.

Take a close look at the back of your book for the fun notes: they actually add a little something extra to the ink for each kind of journal. The ink used to to make this Wine notebook contains real wine!

How fun is that?

The journal is designed for ease of use. It’s tough to hold a notepad in one hand, a pencil in the other, and have another hand left for a wineglass. Taking notes with 33 Wines is as simple as checking a few boxes and entering a few basic facts.

The flavor wheel in 33 Wines can be used to quickly recall a wine’s unique flavor long after consumption. For low values of the flavor, fill in dots near the wheel’s center. A Chardonnay is used in the example shown.

This is the perfect add-on to the bottle of wine you're bringing to your next dinner party.

  • made in USA
  • made with 100% recycled papers sourced in the Pacific Northwest
  • interior pages are 100% post-consumer recycled content and covers are 85% post-consumer recycled content and 15% recycled content
  • the booklets are printed using US-grown soy-based inks in Portland, Oregon



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