Appreciating Wine

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Collins, 2004 - Cooking - 192 pages
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The different flavours we detect in wine is one of the greatest pleasures in drinking wine. This unique study by an award-winning author examines where these flavours come from and what makes them the way they are. Simply put, this book is about the taste of wine, about knowing which flavours a good wine ought and ought not to have, and being able to assess a wine for the presence and absence of those flavours.

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About the author (2004)

PHILLIP HILLS was a founder of the Scotch Malt Whisky Association. While whisky is his first love, he has vast experience of many distilled and fermented drinks.

He has great knowledge of both wines and spirits.
His first book, Appreciating Whisky was a runner-up for the Glenfidich Drinks Book of the Year 2001.

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