Der Weinatlas


Author: Hugh Johnson,Jancis Robinson
Publisher: GRÄFE UND UNZER
ISBN: 9783833812194
Category: Cooking
Page: 400
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Der Weinatlas, der große Klassiker der Weinliteratur, liegt nun als sechste und bisher auch umfangreichste Ausgabe vor. Erneut haben Jancis Robinson und Hugh Johnson die gesamte Weinwelt unter die Lupe genommen und führen den Leser kenntnisreich und kurzweilig durch alle Weinregionen der Welt zu den bedeutendsten Weinen und ihren Produzenten. 200 hervorragende Karten von Übersichtskarten bis zu Detailkarten im Maßstab 1:25.000 erklären die Herkunft und geografischen Hintergründe der besten Weine aus allen 5 Kontinenten. Der Weinatlas ist ein wertvoller und unverzichtbarer Begleiter durch die ganze Welt des Weins.

The Curious World of Wine

Facts, Legends, and Lore About the Drink We Love So Much
Author: Richard Vine
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101612371
Category: Cooking
Page: 224
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The Curious World of Wine is a fascinating miscellany about the colorful characters, celebrated places, and quirky events surrounding wine-making. Recounting wine tales that are by turns amusing, surprising, and occasionally a bit naughty, wine expert Richard Vine reveals little-known facts such as: • The oldest vineyard still producing grapes is thought to be in Maribor, Slovenia, where vines up to four hundred years old remain fruitful. • “Plonk,” a term used to insult any modestly priced wine, got its name from the French words for white wine—vin blanc, pronounced “vawn blawnk,” which was corrupted to “plawnk” or “plonk.” • Thomas Jefferson was so eager to plant native French vines at his Monticello mansion that he nearly went bankrupt fruitlessly hiring experts to defeat a condition that caused European vines to mysteriously die in North American soil. • Touching wineglasses as a toast was originally a deft move to exchange a splash of wine into each other’s cup to ensure that neither party was being poisoned. The Curious World of Wine will keep any wine fan entertained and enlightened—from the most erudite connoisseur to Two Buck Chuck devotees.

The World of Wine and Food

A Guide to Varieties, Tastes, History, and Pairings
Author: Don Philpott
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 1442268042
Category: Cooking
Page: 484
View: 9738
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Pairing the right wine with the foods we love can be tricky. Most people go by what they think they know or what they read in magazines or online. Here, Don Philpott takes an international approach to understanding wine, wine varieties, and the foods they pair with best. Accessible and clear, it will appeal to novices as well as true oenophiles.

Exploring the World of Wines and Spirits


Author: Christopher Fielden
Publisher: Wine & Spirit Education Trust
ISBN: 9780951793664
Category: Alcoholic beverages
Page: 260
View: 4788
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The World of Wine


Author: Caroline Camarra
Publisher: Bdd Promotional Book Company
ISBN: 9780792452317
Category: Wine and wine making
Page: 351
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Oz Clarke's World of Wine

Wines Grapes Vineyards
Author: Oz Clarke
Publisher: Pavilion Books
ISBN: 1911595806
Category: Cooking
Page: N.A
View: 6182
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Oz Clarke is recognized the world over as one of the leading experts on wine and this new book, Oz Clarke's World of Wine, is an entertaining yet authoritative guide to the world of wine that has grown out of all recognition in the last 20 years. The book covers all you need to know about Oz’s favourite wines, grapes and top vineyards and wine regions. In his trademark lively and opinionated prose, Oz takes the reader on a 'grand tour' of the great wine regions of the world, explaining the flavours behind different wines and how to find the wine you want, from Vancouver Island in the west to the coast of China in the east. He will inspire the reader to be adventurous in his choices of wines to drink and to make the best of the wonderful world of wine. Illustrated with photographs of stunning wine landscapes and detailed, maps of key wine countries and regions, this book illustrates and explains the vital connections between wine and its landscape. Fundamental to the understanding of wine is a sense of place – knowing which country, which region, which hillside and which vineyard a wine comes from adds enormously to the pleasure of drinking it.

The Little Black Book of Wine

A Simple Guide to the World of Wine
Author: Elizabeth Poyet
Publisher: Peter Pauper Press, Inc.
ISBN: 9781441300195
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
Page: N.A
View: 710
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The Little Black Book of Wine: A Simple Guide to the World of Wine serves up everything you need to know about wine, minus the pretense. Demystifies lingo and lore and teaches how to serve, preserve, store, and evaluate wines. Covers wine terms, developing your wine sense, types of grapes, and wines of France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Austria, U.S., Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Argentina, and Chile. It's a mini tour guide to wine country and beyond!

In Search of Bacchus

Wanderings in the Wonderful World of Wine Tourism
Author: George M. Taber
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781416562498
Category: Cooking
Page: 320
View: 6544
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From the award-winning and critically acclaimed author of Judgment of Paris and To Cork or Not To Cork comes a delightful, entertaining, and informative exploration of the thriving world of wine tourism. George M. Taber set out on the wine lover's ultimate dream: a journey to the twelve most beautiful and fascinating wine-producing regions around the globe. In Search of Bacchus chronicles that experience: the gorgeous landscapes, conversations with winemakers, unforgettable meals, must-do activities, and of course, the taste of the wines. Here he offers suggestions for travelers, commentary on trends in the wine world, charming anecdotes, and recommendations of vintages available in the United States, so that oenophiles at home can live vicariously through his travels. From the Napa Valley, where the art of wine tourism was perfected, to the deserts of Argentina, to a thousand-year-old monastery in Tuscany, to the famed châteaux of Bordeaux, Taber discusses the history, architecture, and culture of each destination in fascinating detail. He provides insight into the latest in the technology, politics, and business of wine, and uncovers a host of interesting characters who are major figures in their local wine worlds, including a Chilean arms merchant, a German-born Polish refugee living in South Africa, the dynamic woman who started the Wine Tourism Movement in Italy, and many more. Taber blends his own wine in Portugal, bungy jumps in New Zealand, and goes on a safari in South Africa, all in the attempt to quench his thirst for fine wine and adventure. An accessible blend of wine lore and travel memoir, In Search of Bacchus is another engaging, immersive read from George M. Taber, sure to satisfy wine lovers everywhere.

The Everything Wine Book

A Complete Guide to the World of Wine
Author: David White
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1440583439
Category: Cooking
Page: 304
View: 2133
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Tips on buying, tasting, pairing, and storing wine--for novices and enthusiasts alike! Shiraz...Pinot Noir...Chardonnay...Malbec...Prosecco. There's nothing quite like the perfect glass of wine. But with so many different wines to choose from, where do you start? The Everything Wine Book, 3rd Edition is a comprehensive wine resource for expanding your wine knowledge and taste buds. David White, founder of the influential wine blog Terroirist.com, provides you with an introductory wine course, covering all the essentials, including: How to identify the nuances of varieties by taste, smell, and region How to choose wines for any occasion How pair food with wine The history of different types of wines How to create a personalized wine cellar Featuring a pronunciation guide, a glossary of terms, and instructions on how to store and serve wines at home, this all-in-one guide will turn you into a true wine connoisseur in no time at all!

Jancis Robinson's Wine Course

A Guide to the World of Wine
Author: Jancis Robinson
Publisher: Abbeville Press
ISBN: 9780789208835
Category: Antiques & Collectibles
Page: 352
View: 5582
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The enormous variety of wines available today can be baffling even to an experienced buyer. Anyone who enters a wine store is immediately confronted by rows and rows of racks filled with a myriad of choices. Where do you begin when all you want is a reasonably priced quality wine to serve with dinner? Jancis Robinson can make anyone an expert, or at least an informed buyer, in short order. In this comprehensive guide to the wine-producing countries of the world, she captures the flavor of each regionGÇÖs wines and presents her personal recommendations on the best names from around the world, with thirty-two completely new pages covering the latest developments in South America, South Africa, and Eastern Europe. Robinson also describes the distinctive characteristics of hundreds of different grape varieties and studies the traditional and innovative methods employed in the creation of great wines. A fully updated vintage guide makes selection even easier. Dedicated to ensuring that you get the most out of every glass, Jancis RobinsonGÇÖs Wine Course explains how to taste and store wine, what to serve on special occasions at home, and how to order the best value from a restaurant wine list. Full of infectious enthusiasm and heaps of personal tips, this book will soon have you reaching for the corkscrew.

The World of Wine


Author: Stuart Walton
Publisher: Lorenz Books
ISBN: 9780754811169
Category: Cooking
Page: 168
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A comprehensive, authoritative and accessible guide for those seeking to explore in depth the wonderful world of wine.

Oldman's Brave New World of Wine: Pleasure, Value, and Adventure Beyond Wine's Usual Suspects


Author: Mark Oldman
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393339521
Category: Cooking
Page: 333
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PBS wine guru Mark Oldman quenches the universal thirst for the affordable gems coveted by insiders. Weary of buying the same old wines again and again? Wine personality Mark Oldman—known to millions of PBS viewers as a main judge on The Winemakers and winner of the Georges Duboeuf Wine Book of the Year Award—is here to rescue your taste buds with a groundbreaking guide to irresistible wines of moderate cost and maximum appeal. In his signature style that Bon Appétit calls "wine speak without the geek," Oldman uses insightful prose, hilarious anecdotes, and ingenious graphics to reveal the secret wines that everyone wishes they were drinking. Not only does he provide the inside scoop on each wine type's taste, cost, pronunciation, and food affinities, but he details the exclusive picks of more than 130 wine-passionate "Bravehearts," including Tom Colicchio, Guy Fieri, and Jodie Foster. Entertaining like no other, this is a guide for everyone who wants to drink like an insider without breaking the bank.

The World of Sicilian Wine


Author: Bill Nesto,Frances Di Savino
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520266188
Category: Cooking
Page: 307
View: 4396
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The World of Sicilian Wine provides wine lovers with a comprehensive understanding of Sicilian wine, from its ancient roots to its modern evolution. Offering a guide and map to exploring Sicily, Bill Nesto, an expert in Italian wine, and Frances Di Savino, a student of Italian culture, deliver a substantive appreciation of a vibrant wine region that is one of Europe’s most historic areas and a place where many cultures intersect. From the earliest Greek and Phoenician settlers who colonized the island in the eighth century B.C., the culture of wine has flourished in Sicily. A parade of foreign rulers was similarly drawn to Sicily’s fertile land, sun-filled climate, and strategic position in the Mediterranean. The modern Sicilian quality wine industry was reborn in the 1980s and 1990s with the arrival of wines made with established international varieties and state-of-the-art enology. Sicily is only now rediscovering the quality of its indigenous grape varieties, such as Nero d’Avola, Nerello Mascalese, Frappato, Grillo, and distinctive terroirs such as the slopes of Mount Etna.

Uncorked

My Journey Through the Crazy World of Wine
Author: Marco Pasanella
Publisher: Clarkson Potter
ISBN: 0307985601
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Page: 224
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Marco Pasanella's behind-the-scenes memoir through the world of wine will captivate wine lovers with its story of one man who decided, at age 43, to change his life by opening a wine shop. As Kitchen Confidential and Waiter Rant explored the front and back of the house at restaurants, Uncorked offers a peek behind the curtain of the wine world. Pasanella takes the reader into the underbelly of his store and the industry, which is steeped in history yet fanatical about technology and brimming with larger-than-life personalities. Infused with rich details of his historic waterfront building in New York City and his sojourns to Tuscany, Pasanella's memoir is one of transformation through a project many fantasize about but few commit to. A colorful cast of characters rounds out this fascinating journey through the world of wine.

The World of Wine


Author: Hugh Johnson,Jancis Robinson
Publisher: Mitchell Beazley
ISBN: 9781845331658
Category: Cooking
Page: 612
View: 1044
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This luxury box-set includes two of the world's most successful and best-selling wine books by the two foremost wine writers on the subject. The World Atlas of Wine commands the position as the indispensable wine book for novice and expert alike thanks to its exceptional maps, the quality of its prose, and its well-timed revisions.Fifteen years ago Hugh Johnson wrote what is critically considered to be his "masterpiece" and a timeless classic of wine literature The Story of Wine. It has been heralded as one of the most comprehensive and certainly one of the most enjoyable books on wine in any language.

Flying winemakers

the new world of wine
Author: Andrew Williams
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781875130207
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Page: 66
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Wine Folly

A Visual Guide to the World of Wine
Author: Justin Hammack,Madeline Puckette
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 071818453X
Category: Cooking
Page: 240
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Red or white? Cabernet or Merlot? Medium or full-bodied? Drinking great wine isn't hard, but finding a great wine is much easier when you understand the fundamentals. Using artistic info-graphics and flowcharts, Madeline Puckette and Justin Hammack have created a robust resource packed with information. From tips on which glasses to use, and easy-to-grasp flavour wheels for each wine type, to simple tasting and food-pairing notes, Wine Folly is a fascinating modern and colourful guide. This accessible book will equip you with the knowledge and confidence to enjoy great wines. The perfect wine companion.

The World of Wine

Flavors and Styles from Grape to Glass
Author: Andrew Jefford,Alan Williams
Publisher: N.A
ISBN: 9781845972363
Category: Cooking
Page: 144
View: 8186
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In this book, acclaimed wine writer Andrew Jefford demystifies the world of wine by exploring both the tastes of wine and broader wine styles. He begins with the three things that determine a wine's taste. First, grapes; recognizing the taste of a dozen or so varieties will enable you to predict the taste of most wines. Next, places: Andrew examines flavours from the major winemaker on a wine's flavours. The book moves on to wine styles according to their colour, weight and whether they are still, sparkling or fortified. Andrew also discusses wine and food matching and choosing wine in restaurants. *By Andrew Jefford, winner of eight Glenfiddich Awards. *Evocative photography by Alan Williams.

Wine and Spirit Education Trust Handbook

Exploring the World of Wines and Spirits
Author: Christopher Fielden,Wine and Spirit Education Trust
Publisher: Mitchell Beazley
ISBN: 9781840009934
Category: Wine and wine making
Page: 256
View: 3566
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This key wine reference book examines every wine producing area in the world and includes details about the range of styles and production methods - from the classic Old World countries of France and Italy to the vibrant New World of Australia and South America to the newly emerging countries of Lebanon, China, and beyond. There is also key information on grape varieties, winemaking issues, and wine tasting - establishing the important principles in a straightforward manner. This is key reference for students or anyone with an interest in this subject.

Oz Clarke's Pocket Wine Book

The World of Wine from A-Z
Author: Oz Clarke
Publisher: Sphere
ISBN: 9780316730563
Category:
Page: 324
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Wherever you are - restaurant or wine bar, wine shopping or on the internet, at home or on holiday - you can have Oz Clarke's unrivalled expertise at your fingertips with the revised and updated Pocket Wine Book 2006.Pocket Wine has over 1600 entries, mentions over 7000 wines and 4000 producers, has a star rating including Oz's Pick of the Year, is accessible by an A-Z structure and also gives advice on all you need to know about wine.Find out more about Oz by visiting www.ozclarke.com