Making Sense of Wine

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Running Press, 2003 - Cooking - 240 pages
6 Reviews
This new edition of Matt Kramer's classic guide to wine features a new preface and an all-new chapter that covers changes and advances in winemaking since first publication in 1989. The superbly written text explains everything an oenophile needs to know, including the creation and naming of wines, wine cellars, presentation and glassware, pairing wine with food, and much more. Kramer explores connoisseurship through the practical devices of "thinking wine" and "drinking wine," making for a most enjoyable and engrossing journey through one of life's most dependable pleasures.

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User Review  - Steven Briggs - Goodreads

I've read a number of books on the topic of wine, and this was the best. I read it ten years ago and recently read it for a second time. Kramer is an outstanding writer. He could write anything and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Daniel2 - Goodreads

A great read. Not what I would call an"introductory" work on wine like the name suggests, but very entertaining. Another thing, the author states facts and lets the reader know his opinion is, after ... Read full review

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Matt Kramer lives in Portland, Oregon.

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