Taking notes of each wine I tasted gave me such a great resource to learn about wine. Rather than tasting and forgetting, I could review what I had tasted. Still can, I have 17 years of wine notes!. This helped me build up my vocabulary and my ability to explain what made each wine I sold special. It also helped me increase my enjoyment because I could reference wines I tasted in the past vs the wine in my glass right now. You need a Wine Tasting Notebook
You might be a serious wine drinker or someone who just likes to reminisce. Either way this Wine tasting notebook can help you. Jotting down your thoughts is easy with this book. It gives you segments and prompts to help translate what is on your palate to the page.
Part of being a great wine taster is remembering. And the best way to remember is to actively record each wine. You only have to do it for the first sips of each wine, then you can set about enjoying the brilliant bottle you’ve just opened.
This book offers a convenient way to keep all your notes in one space and provides some cheat notes to help get you started.