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Wine for dummies

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The bestselling guide that demystifies wine-now revised and updated Winner of the George Duboeuf Wine Book of the Year "Smart and totally readable." - Newsday "Crammed with useful, accurate information." - Wine Enthusiast "Complete...and agreeably relaxed." - New York Times The nation's most popular wine primer is now even better. Wine experts Mary Ewing-Mulligan and Ed McCarthy have revised this friendly, unintimidating guide to cover all the latest developments in the wine world: which wine regions are now hot (and which are not), information on new rules for shipping wine and the new vogue for screw-caps, and, of course, updates on vintages, producers, and wine resources on the Web. As always, the authors deliver just what ordinary mortals need to navigate the wine list at a restaurant or the wine aisle at a store, select a great bottle, and truly enjoy it. They provide an easy-to-understand overview of wine grapes and wine production, a detailed survey of wine regions and producers around the world, tips on tasting wine and pairing wine with food, pointers on wine storage units, and unbeatable guidance on how to choose a decent bottle at an affordable price. Ed McCarthy (New York, NY) writes for the Wine Enthusiast. His wife, Mary Ewing-Mulligan (New York, NY), one of only fourteen certified Masters of Wine in America, is a wine columnist for the New York Daily News. Both also teach classes at New York's International Wine Center, where Mary is a co-owner and director. They are also the authors of For Dummies guides to red wine, white wine, champagne, French wine, and Italian wine. "This book is . . . for everyone who loves wine or wants to know more about it." -Robert Mondavi, Chairman Emeritus, Robert Mondavi Winery Georges Duboeuf Wine Book of the Year Award Winner Choose good, affordable wines from the U.S., Europe, Australia, Canada, and elsewhere If you ve ever been overwhelmed by a wine list, here s your guide. From selecting, storing, and serving a great bottle to matching wine with food, this revised and updated For Dummies classic is overflowing with wine tips that ll give you the confidence to buy and enjoy wine like a true connoisseur. Praise for Wine For Dummies "Crammed with useful, accurate information." Wine Enthusiast "Complete . . . and agreeably relaxed." New York Times "Mary and Ed help people to trust their own tastes and enjoyment of wine." Jess Jackson, Proprietor, Kendall-Jackson; Jackson Family Farms "Enjoyable to read, straightforward, and full of common sense." Larry S. Maguire, President and CEO, Far Niente

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ISBN-10:
0764525441
ISBN-13:
9780764525445
Publisher:
Wiley

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The bestselling guide that demystifies wine-now revised and updated Winner of the George Duboeuf Wine Book of the Year "Smart and totally readable." - Newsday "Crammed with useful, accurate information." - Wine Enthusiast "Complete...and agreeably relaxed." - New York Times The nation's most popular wine primer is now even better. Wine experts Mary Ewing-Mulligan and Ed McCarthy have revised this friendly, unintimidating guide to cover all the latest developments in the wine world: which wine regions are now hot (and which are not), information on new rules for shipping wine and the new vogue for screw-caps, and, of course, updates on vintages, producers, and wine resources on the Web. As always, the authors deliver just what ordinary mortals need to navigate the wine list at a restaurant or the wine aisle at a store, select a great bottle, and truly enjoy it. They provide an easy-to-understand overview of wine grapes and wine production, a detailed survey of wine regions and producers around the world, tips on tasting wine and pairing wine with food, pointers on wine storage units, and unbeatable guidance on how to choose a decent bottle at an affordable price. Ed McCarthy (New York, NY) writes for the Wine Enthusiast. His wife, Mary Ewing-Mulligan (New York, NY), one of only fourteen certified Masters of Wine in America, is a wine columnist for the New York Daily News. Both also teach classes at New York's International Wine Center, where Mary is a co-owner and director. They are also the authors of For Dummies guides to red wine, white wine, champagne, French wine, and Italian wine. "This book is . . . for everyone who loves wine or wants to know more about it." -Robert Mondavi, Chairman Emeritus, Robert Mondavi Winery Georges Duboeuf Wine Book of the Year Award Winner Choose good, affordable wines from the U.S., Europe, Australia, Canada, and elsewhere If you ve ever been overwhelmed by a wine list, here s your guide. From selecting, storing, and serving a great bottle to matching wine with food, this revised and updated For Dummies classic is overflowing with wine tips that ll give you the confidence to buy and enjoy wine like a true connoisseur. Praise for Wine For Dummies "Crammed with useful, accurate information." Wine Enthusiast "Complete . . . and agreeably relaxed." New York Times "Mary and Ed help people to trust their own tastes and enjoyment of wine." Jess Jackson, Proprietor, Kendall-Jackson; Jackson Family Farms "Enjoyable to read, straightforward, and full of common sense." Larry S. Maguire, President and CEO, Far Niente

Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0764525441
ISBN-13:
9780764525445
Publisher:
Wiley

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