Are you more afraid of a wine menu than a tax form? How do you order wine that you can't pronounce? Is it gauche to order red wine with fish? Is the most expensive wine always the best? What does the cork tell you, if anything? What's the etiquette at a wine tasting? And what, really, is a varietal?
For people who like the red, white, and blush, and even a touch of the bubbly, but live in dread of looking foolish in front of wine snobs, there's comfort and invaluable, practical advice in this new, graphically rich guide about enjoying wine without fear. Stocked with wisdom and quips from high profile restauranteurs and California wine makers, the book uncorks the myths about choosing, tasting and drinking wine, what wines to serve and when, and how to get the wine steward to be an ally. There's a lot of helpful information here to imbibe, and many fun facts to savor.
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This guide illuminates the topic of wines in an easy-to-understand way. It provides a common-sense approach to understanding and enjoying the complete wine experience, from knowing the types of wine to order, to entertaining guests, to feeling comfortable with ordering wine in a restaurant.
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Book Description Lightbulb Press. PAPERBACK. Book Condition: New. 0071359052 . Bookseller Inventory # GHT6447JMCC041515H1286P
Book Description Lightbulb Press, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0071359052