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How To Taste

Author : Jancis Robinson
ISBN : 9780743216777
Genre : Cooking
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Offers a guide to vintages, grape varieties, and wine appreciation.

Making Sense Of Wine Tasting

Author : Alan Young
ISBN : 9781891267031
Genre : Cooking
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This new and completely updated edition, by one of the wine world’s greatest authorities, sets out to teach you that wine, like anything else that gives us pleasure, can be enjoyed more fully by those who have taken the trouble to learn something about it, and who have tried to develop their individual sensory systems. The human sensory system, which includes sight, smell, touch, taste and hearing, can be trained, just as our minds or muscles can be trained. In fact, a high level of assessment skill is within reach of the average wine lover. With the tools given in this book, wine’s myriad sensory cues of quality become discernible, and the distinct and deep pleasure of wine accessible.

The Wine Lover S Guide To Auctions

Author : Ursula Hermacinski
ISBN : 9780757002755
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
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From America to Zanzibar, the popularity of wine has skyrocketed in recent years. While millions of people have come to appreciate wine's taste, a growing number of collectors also recognize it as a sound investment. For these savvy individuals, as well as top chefs and wine aficionados, the wine auction has become an important place to find superior wines. Now, renowned wine auctioneer Ursula Hermacinski has written The Wine Lover's Guide to Auctions to explain how wine auctions really work so that you, too, can become a successful player. The guide begins by exploring the history of wine auctions. It then provides information on wine basics and details the auction process—for buyers and sellers. Rounding out the book are helpful hints for starting or expanding your wine collection, choosing the best auction house for your needs, and organizing your own wine tasting.

Food And Wine Pairing

Author : Robert J. Harrington
ISBN : 9780471794073
Genre : Cooking
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The only book that presents food and wine pairing from a culinary and sensory perspective. Demystifying the terminology and methodology of matching wine to food, Food and Wine Pairing: A Sensory Experience presents a practical, user-friendly approach grounded in understanding the direct relationships and reactions between food and wine components, flavors, and textures. This approach uses sensory analysis to help the practitioner identify key elements that affect pairings, rather than simply following the usual laundry list of wine-to-food matches. The text takes a culinary perspective first, making it a unique resource for culinary students and professionals. Food and Wing Pairing: Lays out the basics of wine evaluation and the hierarchy of taste concepts Establishes the foundation taste components of sweet, sour, slat, and bitter in food, and dry, acidity, and effervescence in wine, and looks at how these components relate to one another Discusses wine texture, and the results of their interactions with one another Examines the impact that spice, flavor type, flavor intensity, and flavor persistency have one the quality of wine and food matches Includes exercises to improve skills relating to taste identification and palate mapping Provides a systematic process for predicting successful matches using sequential and mixed tasting methods Gives guidance on pairing wine with foods such as cheese and various desserts, as well as service issues such as training and menu/wine list development Food and Wine Paring provides students and professionals with vivid and dynamic learning features to bring the matching process to life with detail and clarity. real-world examples include menus and tasting notes from renowned restaurants, as well as Aperitifs or vignettes portraying culinary notables—both individuals and organizations—which set their wine parings in a complete gastronomical, regional, and cultural context. Culinary students making their initial foray into understanding paring will appreciate the reader-friendly and comprehensive approach taken by Food and Wine Pairing. More advanced students, instructors, and culinary professionals will find this text to be an unparalleled tool for developing their matching process and honing their tasting instinct.

Food And Wine

Author : Harry Haff
ISBN : 9781476626239
Genre : Social Science
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We all taste—but what are we tasting? Knowing the factors involved in how we taste can help us develop our individual palette. Unlike the many critical reviews of food and wine pairings, this book gives a systematic approach based on personal tastes. Covering the most common international and regional wines, the author explains how they relate to the foods we eat. Fun “homework” assignments that match specific wines with recipes and variations help readers learn how they taste as individuals. Instructors considering this book for use in a course may request an examination copy here.

A Toast To Bargain Wines

Author : George M. Taber
ISBN : 9781451644364
Genre : Business & Economics
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Teaches how to choose wines based on personal preference, and explores how the bargain wine industry has thrived in today's challenged economy, drawing on sources to provide background information and top recommendations.

American Wine Economics

Author : James Thornton
ISBN : 9780520957015
Genre : Cooking
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The U.S. wine industry is growing rapidly and wine consumption is an increasingly important part of American culture. American Wine Economics is intended for students of economics, wine professionals, and general readers who seek to gain a unified and systematic understanding of the economic organization of the wine trade. The wine industry possesses unique characteristics that make it interesting to study from an economic perspective. This volume delivers up-to-date information about complex attributes of wine; grape growing, wine production, and wine distribution activities; wine firms and consumers; grape and wine markets; and wine globalization. Thornton employs economic principles to explain how grape growers, wine producers, distributors, retailers, and consumers interact and influence the wine market. The volume includes a summary of findings and presents insights from the growing body of studies related to wine economics. Economic concepts, supplemented by numerous examples and anecdotes, are used to gain insight into wine firm behavior and the importance of contractual arrangements in the industry. Thornton also provides a detailed analysis of wine consumer behavior and what studies reveal about the factors that dictate wine-buying decisions.

Guide To Choosing Serving Enjoying Wine

Author : Allen R. Balik
ISBN : 0071359052
Genre : Reference
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Stocked with wisdom and quips from high profile restaurateurs and California wine makers, this 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. Full color.

The Oxford Companion To Spirits And Cocktails

Author : Noah Rothbaum
ISBN : 9780199311132
Genre : HOUSE & HOME
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"The Oxford Companion to Spirits and Cocktails presents an in-depth exploration of the world of spirits and cocktails in a ground-breaking synthesis. The Companion covers drinks, processes, and techniques around the world as well as those in the US and Europe. It provides clear explanations of the different ways that spirits are produced, including fermentation, distillation and ageing, alongside a wealth of new detail on the emergence of cocktails and cocktails bars, including entries on key cocktails and influential mixologists and cocktail bars"--

Terroir And Other Myths Of Winegrowing

Author : Mark A. Matthews
ISBN : 9780520276956
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"Matthews brings a scientist's skepticism and scrutiny to widely held ideas and beliefs about viticulture--often promulgated by people who have not tried to grow grapes for a living--and subjects them to critical examination: Is terroir primarily a marketing ploy that obscures our understanding of which environments really produce the best wine? Can grapevines that yield a high berry crop generate wines of high quality? What does it mean to have vines that are balanced or grapes that are fully mature? Do biodynamic practices violate biological principles? These and other questions will be addressed in a book that could alternatively be titled (in homage to a PUP bestseller) On Wine Bullshit"--Provided by publisher.

The Persistent Observer S Guide To Wine

Author : J. P. Bary
ISBN : 9780985840020
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While most introductory wine books treat the subject of wine as a curriculum to be presented in more or less detail (from the mind numbing "complete" guides to misleadingly "simple" ones), this book keeps the focus on the reader and the challenges faced by ordinary consumers when they try to understand wine. Through a series of ten engaging conversations, the author coaches the reader through the steps needed to become a consummate wine consumer, concentrating on common stumbling blocks, pitfalls and sources of confusion. Instead of presenting a curriculum in a categorical fashion, this witty, fast-paced book shows you why learning to trust your own instincts is more important than studying diagrams of the tongue or pouring over aroma wheels when you're learning how to taste wine. It explains how and why labels, ratings and marketing ploys can mislead you and what the most persistent misconceptions are about serving and storing wine. You'll learn how to make excellent pairings with little fuss (it's not really about food), how to read between reviewers lines, and how to converse with sommeliers and retailers and discover whether they are trying to help you or giving you the run around. Without giving you any tables, charts or listings of regions and producers, or requiring you to memorize a glossary of definitions before you can understand what the author is saying, this book communicates all the essential skills you need to fall in love with wine and become a very savvy consumer. Filled with unique insights and down-to-earth, practical wine advice, you need to read this book so you can understand what the others are really trying to say.

Garden State Wineries Guide

Author : Bart Jackson
ISBN : 9781934259573
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No longer the hidden gem of the wine world, New Jersey's wineries are exploding in popularity and quality. In the first guide on New Jersey wines and wineries published in more than a decade, Jersey's native son, globe traveling wine taster and winegrower Bart Jackson has carefully profiled each of the Garden Sate's wineries. His vivid descriptions, historical and factual data about the vineyards, index of the owners' most prized wines, list of unique vintages, and depictions of special events entice the reader to hit the wine trail. Exact directions and day-size wine trail clusters are also provided. In addition, national experts Gary Pavlis and Anthony Fisher contribute tasting tips and regional essays.

Wine Cheese Pairing Guide

Author : Norm Ray
ISBN : 1877810002
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Contents Introduction Cheese Basics: Cheeses of the World; History; Cheese Styles; Cheesemaking; Artisan vs. Large Scale Cheesemaking; Buying Cheese; Storing Cheese; Serving Cheese; Tasting Cheese Wine Basics: Wines of the World; History; Wine Categories and Styles; Winemaking; Wine Bottle Labels; Buying Wine; Storing Wine; Serving Wine; Tasting Wine; To Your Good Health Pairing Basics: Your Personal Pleasure is the Goal; Guidelines; Goals; More Tasting Suggestions Pairing Recommendations: Cheese & Wine Pairing Recommendations; Wine & Cheese Pairing Recommendations Journals: "My Favorite Pairings" Journal; "Oops! I Won't Pair These Again" Journal

Winespeak

Author : Bernard Klem
ISBN : 9780980064803
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If you read wine reviews, you're already either amused or confused by the soaring language wine writers often use to describe what they're smelling and tasting. But do you always know what they mean? Have you ever sipped a complex white and sensed what's so colorfully described as a peacock's tail? Have you ever savored a full-bodied red only to detect the ripe acrid smell of a horse stall? If not, you're in for a treat, because these terms and thousands more are all here to amuse, dismay, enlighten, inspire, puzzle, and utterly shock you . Welcome to the rich linguistic universe of wine speak: a world where words and wine intersect in an uncontrolled riot of language guaranteed to keep you entertained for hours. The author, a lifelong lover of both wine and words, has compiled and organized this unique thesaurus of 36,975 wine tasting descriptors into 20 special collections extracted from 27 categories so you can locate exactly the right term or phrase to express yourself clearly or to understand others. May your path across the galaxy of wine be paved only with labels from the very best bottles on earth. Or, much more cautiously, with wines that could introduce you to angel pee, citronella, eastern European fruit soup, Godzilla, iodine, ladies' underwear, mustard gas, old running shoes, rawhide, hot tar roads, bubblegum, sweaty saddles, crushed ants, kitchen drains, or even turpentine.

Wine A No Snob Guide

Author : Lori Stevens
ISBN : 9781623156589
Genre : Cooking
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Should white wine be chilled? Can you drink reds with fish? Find out in Wine: A No-Snob Guide, the perfect pairing for the budding wine enthusiast. Forget intimidating wine speak. You’ll get a no-nonsense crash course that serves easy-to-understand vocabulary. From vineyard production to selecting stemware, prepare for a wine adventure, featuring lush full-page photos, maps, and illustrations. Uncork wine myths. Journey the globe, touring the wine regions of California to Europe to South America and discover your personal palate along the way. Light, fun, never dry, this go-to guide helps you confidently explore the wine world. This entertaining wine guide offers: The history and origin of wineTypes of grapes & wine categoriesTasting & food pairing tipsBuying & storing basics Whether you’re looking to learn the basics, impress your boss, or redeem yourself after referring to sommelier as an African country, Wine: A No-Snob Guide will have you swirling and sipping like a pro.

The Australian Wine Guide

Author : Clive Hartley
ISBN : 9780645560787
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The Australian Wine Guide 6th edition covers types and styles of wine, wine production, tasting and serving wine. It teaches you about developing your palate, interpreting a wine label and local and international wine styles. Wine and food matching and Australian geographical regions have been completely updated and expanded. Leading Australian winemakers offer their thoughts on wine regions and grape varieties. Over 1,000 wines were tasted over eighteen months for inclusion into the new edition and wines have been rated into three categories – Outstanding, Highly Recommended and Recommended; providing an essential guide for your journey into the world of wine.

What the critics have said about previous print editions: "Clive Hartley has produced an excellent book - comprehensive, easy to read, packed with information and takes a global view" Huon Hooke, Sydney Morning Herald.

"The book contains an immense amount of information, augmented by strong photographic content" James Halliday, The Australian.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Former restaurateur, sommelier and wine consultant, Clive Hartley has been a full time wine educator in Australia for over 20 years, travelling extensively to wine regions in Australia and internationally. Clive is currently the Course Director for the prestigious Sydney Wine Academy, one of the largest providers of Wine and Spirit Education Trust (WSET) courses in Australia. Clive has a regular column in Winestate Magazine and has judged wine shows both in Australia and overseas.


The Wine Handbook

Author : Sharman Wicker Schubert
ISBN : 1463748981
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You don't have to be a wine expert to enjoy wine, but learning how to taste wine helps you to enjoy it more. Wine is the artistic representation of a landscape: It tells a story of sun, rain and soil and shows us the passion of those who created it. Appreciating the artistry in a glass of wine turns the basic routine of eating and drinking from an everyday occurrence to a celebration of life. The energy we put into understanding and appreciating wine - as opposed to simply swallowing it - makes life a little richer. This book eliminates the intimidation of drinking fine wine, no matter if you prefer red wine, white wine or you don't know the difference! It is a great wine tasting guide for begining wine tasters and it also contains reference material for everyone. It is written in an easy to read format, and will explain how wine travels from the vineyard to the glass. This wine guide teaches you what to look for when tasting wine and it walks you through such wine rituals as ordering from a sommelier, going to or having a wine tasting and how to pair wine with food.

Enjoying Wine

Author : Chris Losh
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Many people find the wide variety of wines available rather daunting. But a little knowledge can offer you a world of enjoyment. In "Enjoying Wine", Chris Losh starts by explaining how factors such as soil and climate affect how grape juice develops into wine, and tells you how to find clues to its taste on wine labels.In Where Wine Comes From, Chris takes you around the world from Australia to California, describing how different countries apporach winemaking and what styles they are known for. He looks at Grape Varieties, from Merlot to Muscat, including lists of Famous White and Red Wines. Chris also explores rose, sparkling, and sweet and fortified wines. The next chapter, Choosing Wine, concentrates on matching the right wine to specific occasions and cuisines - invaluable advice, especially when you are facing a restaurant wine list.Finally, Chris offers essential advice on Practicalities, from storing and serving to identifying wine faults. He also describes how to set up your own fun winetasting at home to improve your tasting skills.*All the knowledge you need to enjoy the fruit of the vine, from appreciating classic grape varieties to matching food and wine.*Includes twenty delicious recipes from top food writers incoporating wine, from the classic Coq au Vin to cutting-edge chocolate and Cabernet Pots.*Written in down-to-earth, accessible style by wine writer Chris Losh.

Wine

Author : Kenneth Fredrickson
ISBN : 1646110544
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Everything you need to know about the fruit of the vine--From A to Zinfandel. If you enjoy wine--but can't articulate why--you're not alone! From terroir to global varieties, Wine: A Beginner's Guide breaks down the complex bouquets of winemaking and tasting into ways that are fun and easy to understand. Learn what really makes a cabernet sauvignon red. Taste how it's possible to detect a hint of leather, chocolate, or even rubber in a single sip. Confidently discuss the subtleties of different types of grapes with the guide that has everything you need to know to grow your love of wine. Wine: A Beginner's Guide includes: Taste right--The 4-Step process to tasting wine means you'll get the most flavor from every swish and swirl. Pour with poise--Handle a bottle of vino just right, with tips on proper serving temperature, glass style, and long-term storage. Perfect match--An entire chapter on pairing with food means you'll select a bottle that complements every meal. Uncork your inner sommelier and sip confidently with Wine: A Beginner's Guide.

The Food Lover S Guide To Wine

Author : Andrew Dornenburg
ISBN : 9780316084062
Genre : Cooking
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A wine book unlike any other,The Food Lover's Guide to Wine offers a fresh perspective via the single aspect of wine most compelling to food lovers: flavor. At the heart of this indispensable reference, formatted like the authors' two previous bestsellers The Flavor Bible and What to Drink with What You Eat, is an encyclopedic A-to-Z guide profiling hundreds of different wines by their essential characteristics-from body and intensity to distinguishing flavors, from suggested serving temperatures and ideal food pairings to recommended producers (including many iconic examples). The book provides illuminating insights from dozens of America's best sommeliers via informative sidebars, charts and boxes, which complement the book's gorgeous four-color photography. Another groundbreaking work from two of the ultimate culinary insiders, this instant classic is the perfect gift book.

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