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Moleskine Passion Journal - Wine, Large, Hard Cover (5 x 8.25) [Diary]

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Book Description

Jan. 5 2010 Passions Journals
Your ideal wine cellar on paper. Fully embossed cover, 3 ribbon place markers and double expandable inner pocket. Embossed cover, 3 ribbon place markers and double expandable inner pocket. 6 theme-based sections to fill in: Sparkling, White, Rosé, Red, Fortified/Sweet, Spirits. 6 tabbed sections to personalize and 10 blank pages in which to insert comments and notes. Several adhesive labels: 40 to be used on the blank tabs, 150 with colored icons and 12 to customize the cover. 13x21 cm (5" x 8 ¿"), 240 pages, acid-free paper.

Specifications:
- Layout: Structured
- Dimensions: 5" x 8-1/4"
- Hard Cover with elastic closure and three bookmark ribbons.
- Color: Black
- Pages: 240
- Paper Weight: 70 gsm/47 lb.; FSC Certified Paper; Acid-Free (pH Neutral)
- Double-Expandable Inner Pocket

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Moleskine is a brand that identifies a family of notebooks, diaries and city guides: flexible and brilliantly simple tools for use both in everyday and extraordinary circumstances, ultimately becoming an integral part of one's personality.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Happy with this purchase Sept. 1 2013
By miranda
Format:Diary|Verified Purchase
Great journal, as per usual from moleskine. I was hoping it would be a bit more useful as a diary for making my own wine, but it is definitely geared 100% towards wine tasting.
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Amazon.com: 4.2 out of 5 stars  31 reviews
26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Ok, but strange layout May 18 2010
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Diary|Vine Customer Review of Free Product
I've wanted a decent wine journal for some time, and was excited when I saw this one. The execution fell a little short though. The book is black, hardcover, with an embossed wine bottle and glasses, it's pretty cool looking. There is an elastic bookmark that helps keep the book closed, that was handy. The layout is where my biggest problems are. There are a couple of note pages at the beginning, a glossary, some pre-defined tabs are next, they are: sparkling, White, Rose, Red, Fortified-Sweet, and Spirits. There were 6 tabs for you to define yourself after that. The pages are all numbered and there is a spot for an index in the back which I liked quite a bit. The notes sections in the pre-defined sections didn't seem quite practical, each page will hold information for one wine. Information about the suggested glass, ideal pairing, and where/when/with who didn't seem to add much value. I would have liked a more open format like the undefined tabs have. Those tabs are broken into 5 blank sections, so you could run on with some reviews and be terse with others.

The final part of the book is a pocket, I guess for receipts or labels. There are a number of stickers some are for the undefined tabs, others are to decorate your reviews. There is also information on how to download templates that would be pasted into the book. I'm not sure that the binding would withstand too many pages pasted in.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Little Wine Journal Feb. 11 2011
By SVdWH - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Diary|Verified Purchase
I reviewed many wine journals before I purchased this one for my wife. Most journals were divided into categories by varietal or type such as Champaign, Cabernet, Blush, and the like. Though this might be useful if you consumed every varietal on a regular basis, it did not make sense for us. We mostly drink red wine. Usually Pinot Noir, Burgundy, or Claret. Occasionally we have a high-end Cab. (Cabs must be excellent in our pantheon of wine or they are not worth drinking. Think Perseus to our Andromeda.) Having half the book devoted to White wine and Champaign, which we seldom drink, is a waste of space. We just wanted a simple journal that would allow us to record the wines we actually drink without all the groupings and categories. Though this journal has some categorization too, the journal also contains a large section that is "open" and undefined. This is perfect for people who, like us, have more focused pallets.

The journal's pages are laid our nicely and standardized questions guide you to record your impressions consistently. This last point is important if you care about the journal as a reference. This journal is also great for someone just beginning their journey with wine. Helper pages describe the lingo which is always useful for newcomers. The journal is well crafted and worthy of the precious content captured on its pages.

Very good over all and typical of the quality I expect from Moleskine
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tracking Beverages of all Sorts Jan. 8 2012
By Alena L. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Diary
I received this journal as a gift and had it collecting dust on my bookshelf for quite sometime because I don't consider myself enough of a wine connoisseur to dedicate an entire journal. Recently as I've been exploring wines in more depth, I decided to flip through the journal again and was pleasantly surprised that only half of the journal was strictly reserved for wine. I decided to label the rest of my tabs Cocktails, Beers, Coffee, Tea, Restaurants and am thrilled to keep a list of all the lovely and memorable experiences that I have had in those areas. Such a great idea to start exploring different passions. And who knows, maybe after I fill up some of the topics, I'll find myself more dedicated to a specific area and a brand new journal. This is perfect for those looking to start exploring but also customizable for wine experts who prefer to dedicate the journal solely to wine.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars great product Aug. 29 2010
By abravin - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Diary|Verified Purchase
This an excellent product, very useful when you travel or plan and gourmet tour.... Don't let everything to your memory, write it and document it for the future
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A great wine journal, especially for a casual wine enjoyer! April 17 2013
By A. Berke - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Diary
We received this Moleskine journal as a gift, after expressing an interest in wine, from my parents who are wine lovers. Even as someone who has very little experience with drinking, tasting, and analyzing wine, this journal is pretty much exactly what we didn't know we wanted. We are using it to chart the 'better-than-bottom-shelf' wines we try (so, for example, I wouldn't put Boone's Farm in here - but I also wouldn't drink Boone's, so maybe that's not all that relevant).

This journal has lots of things going for it, not least of which is the typical Moleskine construction quality. The pages are sturdy and easy to write on without smudging, the accordion pocket is well built, and the stickers Moleskine includes are very well done. More so than some of the other Passions journals, the extra tabbed pages at the back serve this particular journal well. They have included stickers for things like Beers and cocktails should one also wish to keep track of those, and each of the tabbed pages is divided into five sections with ample room to write names and comments on any subject you choose for the section itself. There are blank stickers that allows one to let their creativity run wild too.

In the main part of the journal, the pages are set up with an area to write what the wine was, what grapes were in it, and where it was produced, along with some other information (like who you tried it with, what you ate, that sort of thing) and then there is an area where you can write your first and ongoing impressions of the nose and appearance and taste. I've found that there is ample room to write what I need to in each section, while at the same time the sections for just 'biographical' information are not too large, giving the opinion portion of the page as much room as possible.

This journal does suffer from a similar deficiency that the Moleskine Passions Book Journal suffers from, and that is Moleskine, in trying to make something really useful, over-designed the final product and decreased its usefulness somewhat. There are tabs for a number of different types of wines (reds, whites, sweet, etc.), but they each have the same number of pages as each other. I know that I will fill up the red and white sections looooong before I fill up the Rosé section. They would have done better to make the distribution of pages follow a typical wine store's offerings (i.e. more reds and whites, less sweet wines) or some similar metric that would provide more pages to the more commonly consumed styles. This of course doesn't account for taste in any way, but might be better for the average user.

All in all, this is a great little journal and I am very pleased with how handy and functional this journal is. If only they would have made it a bit more flexible and adjusted the distribution of pages some it would be a 5 star product.

If you enjoy wine *and* also like keeping track of what you've had, this is a tool you will not want to miss.
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