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  • A Taste for Wine

    • Author: Vincent Gasnier
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $37.33

    Do you like bold reds? How about fruity whites? What's your personal wine style? One of the fastest-rising stars in the world of wine has discovered a fun, fresh, and intuitive way to learn how to recognize the flavors you like best- and pick exactly the right bottle of wine every time.. Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • First Big Crush: The Down and Dirty on Making Great Wine Down Under

    • Author: Eric Arnold
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $17.99

    The story behind the bottle, First Big Crush is Eric Arnold's wild account of his year immersing himself in all things wine...and somehow not winding up in rehab.

    Never having held a meaningful job for very long (and getting fired from most of them), Eric Arnold heads to New Zealand -- to Allan Scott Wines -- seeking adventure and hoping to learn a little bit about wine. What could be better than working outside in the fresh air and drinking wine all day? Before he knows it, he is dirty, wet, cold, and at the mercy of a tank of wine that just might explode and take him with it. So begin Eric's adventures in the world of wine. He gets sunburned, sore, and drunk -- and then does it all over again the next day.

    First Big Crush is a story that is as outrageous as it is compelling. Here are tales of first pressings, pruning, and tasting competitions. There are also rowdy nights at the local pub, girls, meat pies, girls, rugby, and tales of hunting wild pig. Along the way, each step of the winemaking process is explained in a way that humans can actually understand. Almost against his will, Eric becomes an expert.. Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • The Longevity Factor: How Resveratrol and Red Wine Activate Genes for a Longer and Healthier Life

    • Author: Joseph Maroon
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $15.00

    A groundbreaking examination of new scientific research that holds the secret to weight loss, increased strength, endurance, memory, and a healthier, longer life

    In The Longevity Factor, noted neuroscientist and surgeon Joseph Maroon, M.D., offers the definitive look at recent scientific breakthroughs identifying a group of natural substances -- including the much-publicized molecule resveratrol -- that can actually activate a specific set of genes in humans that promote a longer, healthier life. These substances, which make red wine, dark chocolate, and green tea good for us, appear to stave off a wide array of age-related diseases and keep us feeling young and vital.

    Resveratrol is the centerpiece of headline-making research being conducted at the Harvard Medical School and elsewhere. Only recently, however, have scientists discovered how to isolate resveratrol and concentrate it into an affordable and safe supplement. Already, more than 200 supplements featuring resveratrol have flooded the market, and there are countless more on the way. But which ones work best? What is a consumer to look for on the label? Since resveratrol is a natural substance, can you get enough of it through diet alone, or should you combine diet with a supplement? And what lies on the horizon from the pharmaceutical industry? All those questions and many more are answered in this immensely informative and practical book.

    Joseph Maroon offers the first-ever inside look at the amazing research that has led to the discovery of resveratrol and similar substances with the miraculous ability to activate our own longevity genes. He also offers his own diet plan and sound, reader-friendly advice for living a longer, healthier, and more balanced life with or without supplements. The Longevity Factor promises to be the authoritative source for everyone who wants to know more about how we can shift from the current paradigm of aging to a disease-free golden age of health, longevity, and fitness.. Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • HOW TO MAKE THE FINEST WINES AT HOME

    • Author: GEORGE LEONARD HERTER
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: undefined

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  • Sweet Wines: A Guide to the World's Best With Recipes

    • Author: James Peterson
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $35.00

    A burgeoning interest in sweet wines of all types has created a new market of wine and food lovers interested in learning as much as they can about this under-appreciated category. In this new book from best-selling cookbook author James Peterson, more than 60 wines from around the world are presented - from the fabled Sauternes and Barsacs of France to the crisp Mosel Auslesen of Germany to the rich ports and sherries of Portugal and Spain. Peterson describes how each wine is made, how it should be served, and what it tastes like. In addition, 50 recipes for hors d'oeuvres, appetizers, entrees, and desserts are paired with the wines they most perfectly complement. The book features dozens of helpful sidebars on topics such as organizing a sweet wine tasting, decanting sweet wines, and how to read a German wine label. A wine vocabulary and a description of the most important grapes are also included.. Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • Written In Wine: A Devotional Anthology For Dionysos

    • Author: Bibliotheca Alexandrina
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $17.99

    Written in Wine is a collection of devotional writings dedicated to the ancient Greek god Dionysos by his modern worshippers. The world of Dionysos is one of wildness, freedom, mystery and intoxication, a dangerous and boundary-blurring place where nature is alive with wonder. Come with us as we revel with the god on the mountainside and explore the furthest reaches of our own selves under his frenzied inspiration. Inside these pages you will find essays, poetry, rituals and fiction, as well as personal accounts of Dionysian experiences.. Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • Religion And Wine: Cultural History Wine Drinking United States

    • Author: Robert C. Fuller
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $16.00

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  • Cooking with the Wines of Washington

    • Author: Troy Townsin
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $24.95

    Experiencing the flavors of Washington's great vineyards.

    Cooking with the Wines of Washington provides a tour through the wineries of Washington State, the second largest wine producer in the United States after California. Comprehensive and packed with all the information needed by visitors, it is an excellent reference for both locals and those from outside the state. There are also 100 recipes by some of the world's great chefs.

    The tour information includes maps of the wine regions, contact details and driving directions. Among the recipes featured are:

    • Baked brie and pesto dip
    • Hinzerling's pear, port, cheese and walnut salad
    • Château Ste. Michelle boneless leg of lamb
    • Ash Hollow duck legs braised in red wine with blackberries
    • Hedges Family Estate fortified poached pears.

    Cooking with the Wines of Washington is a practical companion, a treasured souvenir and a collection of outstanding recipes.

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


  • Biodynamic Wines (Classic Wine Library)

    • Author: Monty Waldin
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $40.00

    This pioneering look at Biodynamic wines is the first complete reference on the topic and the principles used in their creation. Award-winning wine writer Monty Waldin—a leading authority on the subject—features more than 200 Biodynamic wine producers from around the world. He details their wines and rates them once for their overall quality in relation to environmental impact, and then again for value. 
     
    . Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • Heard it Through the Grapevine: The Things You Should Know to Enjoy Wine

    • Author: Matt Skinner
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $24.99


    A guide for anyone who enjoys drinking wine but panics when they find themselves standing in a wine aisle, faced with a vast expanse of bottles.

    Matt Skinner shares his passion and enthusiasm, guiding you through the basics of buying, drinking, storing and, most importantly, enjoying wine. Divided into chapters on shopping, drinking, eating and sleeping, this book covers everything you need to know about wine, from making sense of wine labels and understanding vintages to ordering wine questions, and many more. His refreshingly relaxed style is easy to read and understand, and his invaluable advice will arm you with knowledge for wine that will impress your friends and have you walking down that wine aisle with confidence.

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



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