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  • Beer and Wine Production: Analysis

    • Author: undefined
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $9.95

    Describes how modern technology is used to produce and maintain the flavor quality of beer and enhance the quality of wine. Discusses the current understanding of the sensory aspects of natural phenolic and terpenoid compounds in grapes and the sensory effects of certain competitive spoilage organisms present in fermenting grape juice. Presents insights into how current analytical, filtration, and enzyme technologies are used to analyze and process beers and wines. Also includes chapters on home brewing and winemaking.. Bartending jobs seekers should know vine culture to get more opportunities in their careers.

  • Characterization and Technological Advances (Acs Symposium Series)

    • Author: James M. Gabler
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $75.00

    Wine into Words, 2nd edition, contains nearly 8000 entries, thousands of annotations covering everything wine has touched: art, literature, music, history, food, winemaking, grape growing, poetry, politics, religion, and war, and hundreds of biographical sketches of the men and women who pioneered wine's development and recorded its history.. Bartending jobs seekers should know vine culture to get more opportunities in their careers.

  • Wine into Words: A History and Bibliography of Wine Books in the English Language

    • Author: Robert Bruce
    • Binding: Kindle Edition
    • Price: $1.99

    Make The Devil Fumble His Wine (2011) is a selection of forty-two poems written by Robert Bruce between 2005-2009.

    This book also includes two epic forwards from the respectively legendary Brian Clark ( and Loren Feldman (

    Perfect to download and leave lying on your toilet tank…. Bartending jobs seekers should know vine culture to get more opportunities in their careers.

  • Second Edititon

    • Author: Fiona Beckett
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $12.95

    Cooking with wine is a fantastic way to cook. So next time you open a bottle, add some to the pan and enjoy the exciting flavours that wine brings to your food. It might sound extravagant, but a splash is all you need to take a simple tomato sauce to new heights of to add a fresh twist to a classic dish. In this book, award-winning food and wine writer Fiona Beckett brings you exciting new recipes for cooking with wine, as well as much-loved favourites. Beginning with Appetizers, you can dazzle your guests with Smoked Duck Salad with Pinot Noir Dressing or Steamed Asparagus with Sauvignon, Lemon and Dill Sauce. Fish and Seafood is full of fresh ideas such as Toast Monkfish with Pancetta, Rosemary, and Red Wine Gravy, and everyone's favourite,chicken, is transformed when cooked in wine. Try Chicken with Chardonnay and Chanterelles or classic Coq au Vin. In Meat, you'll find some fabulous ideas such as Pepper-Crusted Steaks with Red Wine Sauce or Rigatoni with Sausage, Eggplant, and Zinfandel Sauce. Finally, wine can be used to make seductive Desserts and Drinks: try Fiona's fabulous Sparkling Shiraz and Summer Berry Jelly or her ultra-refreshing White Sangria. -Fabulous recipes for cooking with wine, from a luxurious risotto with champagne to a heavenly chocolate pot with Cabernet Sauvignon. -Mouthwatering photography by William Lingwood.. Bartending jobs seekers should know vine culture to get more opportunities in their careers.

  • Make the Devil Fumble His Wine

    • Author: Mike Lininger
    • Binding: Audio CD
    • Price: $14.95

    Wine 101: The Best Wine Book for Beginners

    What is the secret to learning about wine? Buy a straightforward reference, use it, and go to a restaurant to apply your newly acquired knowledge. Organized in six easy, enjoyable lessons, the Food Scholar Wine Selection & Etiquette CD includes all the practical information you need, including information on wine terms, pairing wine with food, tasting, and ordering wine in a restaurant. Filled with information on wine making, grape varieties, and regions, the Food Scholar Wine Selection & Etiquette CD is the ultimate reference tool for anyone eager to learn more about wine. It is simply the best wine reference available for beginners.

    What makes this reference special? It quickly and effectively teaches you how to select and order wines. It does not waste your time with flowery descriptions or irrelevant musings.

    Why an audio book? Convenience and practical learning. In audio format you benefit from an exceptional narrator teaching you how to correctly pronounce grape varieties and important wine terms. The lessons are easily listened to on a CD or MP3 player at the gym, on the plane, or in the car.

    The Food Scholar Wine Selection & Etiquette lesson includes the following units:

    Unit One: The Basics (including basic wine descriptions and characteristics, a brief introduction to winemaking, and the basics of red, white, rosé, sparkling, and fortified wines)

    Unit Two: Grapes and Regions (including basic guides to the most commonly encountered white wine and red wine grapes)

    Unit Three: Wine Tasting (including proper glassware, the tasting process, and detecting wine flaws)

    Unit Four: Food and Wine Pairings (covering perfect pairings for various types of foods, as well as foods to avoid when drinking wine)

    Unit Five: Enjoying Wine in Restaurants (including wine lists and prices, selecting wine, interacting with the sommelier, and general wine etiquette)

    Unit Six: Sparkling and Fortified Wines (covering sparkling wines, port, and sherry). Bartending jobs seekers should know vine culture to get more opportunities in their careers.

  • Cooking With Wine

    • Author: George Gmelch
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $21.95

    Five million visitors a year travel to California's Napa Valley to experience the good life: to taste fine wines, eat fine food, and immerse themselves in other sophisticated pleasures while surrounded by bucolic beauty. Tourism is the world's largest employer, and tourists today want to experience the world through all five senses. Tasting the Good Life tells the story of Napa tourism through the words of the tourists who visit and the men and women who provide the products and services they rely on. The stories of 17 peopleofrom winemaker to vineyard manager, from celebrity chef to waiting staff, from hot air balloonist to masseuseoprovide extraordinary insight into this new form of tourism and its impact on an iconic American place.. Bartending jobs seekers should know vine culture to get more opportunities in their careers.

  • The Vineyard Cookbook: Seasonal Recipes & Wine Pairings Inspired by America's Vineyards

    • Author: Barbara Scott-Goodman
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $24.95

    Explore and savor the best of American wine and wineries with this simple and elegant guide. Filled with wine pairings and recipes for all seasons and occasions. The Vineyard Cookbook includes more than 60 recipes and 12 multi-course menus, all paired with the optimum wines to accompany each. American vineyards and wineries attract almost 30 million visitors every year, and range in location and variety. The Vineyard Cookbook offers a tour of 32 of the most famous wineries across the country, with highlights of each location's best-selling wines - a great way to discover domestic wines grown locally in your area!

    Become the wine expert you've always wanted to be with the help of Barbara Scott-Goodman, author of many delicious and best-selling cookbooks. Illustrated with full-color photographs.. Bartending jobs seekers should know vine culture to get more opportunities in their careers.

  • Wine Production: Vine to Bottle (Food Industry Briefing)

    • Author: Keith Grainger
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $95.00

    The standard of wines made today is arguably higher than any time in the six thousand years of vinous history. The level of knowledge of producers and the ability to control the processes in wine production is also greatly improved.

    Authors Keith Grainger and Hazel Tattersall detail these processes, from vine to bottle, looking at key factors such as geography, winemaking techniques, the impact of decisions made upon style and quality, and problems that may be encountered. The authors are not afraid to discuss practices that may be regarded as controversial.

    Highly regarded consultants to the wine industry, Grainger and Tattersall present a clear and accessible handbook:

    • Bullet points
    • Vineyard and winery photographs
    • Diagrams
    • Text boxes
    Wine Production: Vine to Bottle is a concise and easy-to-use reference guide for all busy food and beverage industry professionals, students and others needing a working knowledge of wine production.. Bartending jobs seekers should know vine culture to get more opportunities in their careers.

  • A Taste of Prince William County

    • Author: Raymond Vance Olszewski
    • Binding: Perfect Paperback
    • Price: $12.95

    This 98-page book measures 6x9 inches and contains 5 Chapters, a Virginia wine quiz, plus 24 images and 3 tables resulting from 4-years of extensive research by the author. The five chapters takes you on a tour that includes the Manassas Battlefield where a winery once operated and to nearby Haymarket, VA where wine making and viticulture once thrived during the 1800s. The author then takes you to the City of Manassas and on to Washington, DC where a wine maker there made a prize winning wine from grapes grown in the City of Manassas in the late 1800s/early 1900s. After living in the County for nearly 40-years, the author establishes a base line of information about the County's rich history in wine making. Two notables, Chris Pearmund and Don Wilson endorsed the book noting that the information presented is factual and accurate as well as establishing a baseline reference about wine making in Prince William County.. Bartending jobs seekers should know vine culture to get more opportunities in their careers.

  • Virginia Wine History

    • Author: Jeffrey Benson
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $39.95

    A revised edition of the authoritative work on these increasingly popular wines. As the prices for Chateau d’ Yquem reach record highs, wine lovers are seeking more information on all of the chateaus producing these great sweet wines. Each is detailed in this book with historical information, tasting notes from vintage 1890, grape varieties, production methods and yield stats.. Bartending jobs seekers should know vine culture to get more opportunities in their careers.

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