Cabernet Sauvignon: Discovering, Exploring, Enjoying

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Ryland Peters & Small, 2004 - Cooking - 61 pages
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Cabernet Sauvignon tastes as good as it sounds: exotic, fragrant, intense, and a bit mysterious. No wonder that wine drinkers the world over have fallen in love with its charms. Wine writer Chris Losh takes you on an intriguing, no-nonsense tour of the world of Cabernet. You'll find out why red Bordeaux lovers owe a debt to an ancient glacier, and why Coonawara and Margaret River are doing battle for top dog status Down Under. A handy "How to Taste" section and tips on storing and serving will teach you what you need to know to start enjoying this enigmatic wine.

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Chris Losh has been a drinks writer since his 20s, and has edited two of the industry's best-known titles, "Wine & Spirit International" and "Wine Magazine". He remains a regular contributor to both titles, and also writes for the British publications "Square Meal", the "Daily Telegraph", "Food and Travel" magazine, and various websites.He has traveled widely in the course of his job, braving irate South African winemakers, fried cows' ears in Spain, and Chilean freeways. He now lives in Brighton with his wife and daughter.

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