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  • The Instant Wine Connoisseur: A Practical Guide to Tasting

    • Author: Mervyn L. Hecht
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $9.95

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  • Scientific Wine Making Made Easy

    • Author: John R Mitchell
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: undefined

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  • Oz Clarke's New Classic Wines

    • Author: Oz Clarke
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $30.00

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  • Haute as in Oat: A Pronunclation Guide to European Wine and Cuisines

    • Author: Wilfred J. McConkey
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $9.95

    Your guide to the correct pronunciation of European wines and cuisine that is both authoritative and user-friendly.. Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • Wines of Argentina and Chile

    • Author: Approach Guides
    • Binding: Kindle Edition
    • Price: $3.99

    The wine scenes in Argentina and Chile are red hot, as quality is on the rise and the range of wines available is seemingly ever-expanding. This guide has been written with the traveler in mind; we have designed a comprehensive region-by-region review of the wines of Argentina and Chile, so no matter where you are, you will know just what to order.

    For each region, we lay out the primary red and white grape varieties, the flavor profiles each variety typically exhibits, the denominations in which these grapes reach their highest expression, and vintage ratings. Since value is a focus, we highlight the regions where you are most likely to find quality wine at good prices. Rather than seek to tell you what specific bottle of wine to order, we give guidance as to how to approach ordering the most appropriate wine for the region. When appropriate, we have let our opinions be known. Ease of reference and accessibility have led us to employ a bullet-point based format.

    Please note: As grape varieties can be the same across multiple regions, there is some repetition among regions. This is intentional and meant to provide a more useful guide for travelers.

    Using our Guide During Your Trip
    Quickly scan recommended wines and choose your next bottle with confidence. Our Approach Guide to the Wines of Chile and Argentina uses a bullet-point based format that enables you to quickly scan wine lists and find great wines at great prices. We mark all recommended grapes and regions with an asterisk (*).

    We hope you enjoy what we believe is a totally unique travel guide to some of the best in South American wines.

    PUBLISHER'S NOTE
    One of the benefits of eBooks is that we can easily update content and release new editions of our guidebooks. These updates are FREE for existing customers. Please visit http://approachguides.com/updates for a list of recently updated guides and instructions on downloading the new version to your eReader.

    ABOUT APPROACH GUIDES
    Approach Guides are cultural travel guidebooks that take an in-depth look at key sites throughout the world, drawing connections among their history, art, and architecture.

    PRAISE FOR APPROACH GUIDES
    Compulsive (and compulsively informed) travelers, the Raezers are the masterminds behind the downloadable Approach Guides, which are filled with a university course-worth of history and insights for 62 destinations worldwide. WHY WE LOVE IT: The Raezers share our desire for deep, well-researched information on the wonders of the world.
    Travel + Leisure

    What started as one couple's travel notes aimed at filling in the gaps in guidebooks has become ApproachGuides.com, a menu of downloadable travel guides that cover cultural and historical topics of interest to thoughtful travelers. What's hot: Bite-sized travel guides that specialize in topics ranging from 29 pages on the foods of Italy to one that helps you explore the historical and architectural significance of Angkor's famous temple structures in Cambodia.
    LA Times. Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • Touring In Wine Country: Northwest Italy

    • Author: Maureen Ashley
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $19.95

    From Northwest Italy to the Ligurian coast, this is a guide to the classic wines, history and culture of the area. Combining wine information with tourist tips, the reader is lead through the region. Local sights are described and lists of restaurants and places of interest included.. Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • War

    • Author: John V.C. Nye
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $35.00

    In War, Wine, and Taxes, John Nye debunks the myth that Britain was a free-trade nation during and after the industrial revolution, by revealing how the British used tariffs--notably on French wine--as a mercantilist tool to politically weaken France and to respond to pressure from local brewers and others. The book reveals that Britain did not transform smoothly from a mercantilist state in the eighteenth century to a bastion of free trade in the late nineteenth.

    This boldly revisionist account gives the first satisfactory explanation of Britain's transformation from a minor power to the dominant nation in Europe. It also shows how Britain and France negotiated the critical trade treaty of 1860 that opened wide the European markets in the decades before World War I. Going back to the seventeenth century and examining the peculiar history of Anglo-French military and commercial rivalry, Nye helps us understand why the British drink beer not wine, why the Portuguese sold liquor almost exclusively to Britain, and how liberal, eighteenth-century Britain managed to raise taxes at an unprecedented rate--with government revenues growing five times faster than the gross national product.

    War, Wine, and Taxes stands in stark contrast to standard interpretations of the role tariffs played in the economic development of Britain and France, and sheds valuable new light on the joint role of commercial and fiscal policy in the rise of the modern state.

    . Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • Wine

    • Author: Miles Lambert-Gocs
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $14.95

    In Desert Island Wine Miles Lambert-Gocs gives both veteran and novice enophiles something to chuckle and think about when raising their glasses to Dionysus, the Wine-god.

    Tune in to the first-ever interview with Dionysus. Chat with the owner of Gobs-of-Fruit Vineyards, Everywhere, USA. Be alerted to the 21st century victory of neo-prohibitionism. What does Captain Ahab have to say about wine and whale steak, or Dostoevsky about Ch?teau Lafite? Dig up the Colonial roots of White Zin. Sit in on a heart-to-heart with Thomas Jefferson, the first American enophile. Find out what puts the terror in terroir and probe the dark side of wine complexity. Consider the role of gabardine and Garbo in wine appreciation. Hear out Socrates on wine quality and tackle Quality Recognition Deficiency Syndrome. Attune yourself to the schools of wine-food combination. Consider the cutting-edge advice of Mr. Corky and take a lesson from the obituary of a disgraced wine pundit. Follow the author s half-year stint of drinking the same wine daily his desert island wine. Whether a wine novice or an old hand at pulling corks, you will find layers of flavor to strike your funny bone and pique your curiosity about wine.

    An addendum chapter gives a factual account of the ancient Greek origin of the cabernet grape. This is a new discovery by the author, with a citation of all source materials, and specification of the extant Greek grape variety that is the cabernet s distant ancestor.. Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • and Taxes: The Political Economy of Anglo-French Trade

    • Author: C.J.J. Berry
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $12.95

    Filled with 130 recipes utilizing traditional country ingredients, this book is a must-have for anyone who has discovered the rewards of at-home winemaking. Inside you will find wine recipes that feature ingredients such as rose hips, elderberries, and crab apples, all staples of country winemaking. You will also find recipes that use new and unique ingredients such as rice, bananas, and figs, along with concentrates and fruit juices. Over 500,000 readers have already purchased this book for their kitchen. Don't miss your chance to take home these rich and delicious recipes.

    . Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • The Wines of New Zealand (Classic wine library)

    • Author: Rosemary George
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $33.95

    In ten years the demand for New Zealand wine has grown so great that the best of them are almost unobtainable.The award winning author chronicles the bewildering growth in reputation and rapid establishment of New Zealand as a wine growing country.. Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.



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