Wine Aficionado: An Insider's Guide to Taste and Enjoyment

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Octopus Books, Nov 1, 2005 - Cooking - 160 pages
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Getting the wine you want to drink in every situation: how to choose when you're in a restaurant or wine bar; how to buy wine; how to taste wine; how to store wine at home; how to serve wine; how to entertain with wine; how to pair wine with food; how to pick the best from the world's wine regions; and how to decipher what "wine talk" really means.

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The best book I have found on learning the basics of wine. Amazingly simple to read and very well organized. I read it in 3 hours, took notes and cant wait to share and use my newly found knowledge. would recommend this to everyone!

Contents

introduction
20
when youre out and about
68
1 what wine talk means
117
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About the author (2005)

A former wine columnist for the San Francisco Chronicle, Janice Fuhrman's essays appeared in Napa Valley, The Land, The Wine, The People (Ten Speed Press, Berkeley, California). She has written and produced a Public Broadcasting System documentary about Japan, a documentary history of the Napa Valley Vintners Association, 'Bottling Poetry' and her first book, Wine Genius.

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