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  • A Wine Lover's Journal

    • Author: Philip Dallas
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $13.95

    Italy has been producing wine for over 2,500 years and today is one of the world's major producers. This book aims to describe the best wines and their makers, and also places Italian wine in an international context, with reference to the ancient and modern history of wine production, current legislation, technology and production trends. This new edition is revised and updated. The author has written many articles on Italian wines and gastronomy.. Bartending jobs seekers should know vine culture to get more opportunities in their careers.


  • With A Jug Of Wine

    • Author: Morrison Wood
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: undefined

    An unusual collection of recipes.. Bartending jobs seekers should know vine culture to get more opportunities in their careers.


  • The Wines of the Napa Valley (Classic Wine Library)

    • Author: Larry Walker
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $29.95

    Larry Walker explores the history of California’s Napa Valley region, offering a full description of its grape varieties, viticulture, and winemaking techniques, as well as recommendations on top wine producers and vintages. He presents a topical discussion on recent developments in the wine industry, along with information on the environmental issues affecting the Napa Valley’s turbulent winemaking climate. 
     
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  • A Tale of Two Valleys: Wine

    • Author: Alan Deutschman
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $16.00

    It’s Napa versus Sonoma, and the antics are rampant!

    When acclaimed Vanity Fair journalist Alan Deutschman came to the California wine country as the lucky house guest of very rich friends, he was surprised to find a civil war being fought between Napa Valley, which epitomized prestige and wealthy excess, and neighboring Sonoma Valley, a ragtag bohemian enclave so stubbornly backward that rambunctious chickens wandered freely through town. In A Tale of Two Valleys, Deutschman wittily captures these stranger-than-fiction locales and uncorks the hilarious absurdities of life among the wine world’s glitterati. The cast of characters brims with eccentrics, egomaniacs, and a mysterious man in black who crashed the elegant Napa Valley Wine Auction before proceeding to pay a half-million dollars for a single bottle. What develops is nothing less than the struggle for the soul of one of America’s last bits of paradise.

    A San Francisco Chronicle bestseller

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  • Wealth and the Battle for the Good Life in Napa and Sonoma

    • Author: Owen McCafferty
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $18.95

    Originally a 1962 film starring Jack Lemmon, Days of Wine and Roses concerns a young alcoholic who drags his much-loved wife with him into the swamp of addiction, from which only he escapes. Northern Irish writer McCafferty has relocated the action to 1960s London, where the young couple has just arrived from Belfast.

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  • Days of Wine and Roses

    • Author: James M. Gabler
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $29.95

    Through a dream sequence, you (the reader) go back in time to 18th century Paris where you meet Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson. In the comfort of Jefferson's residence on the Champs-Elysees, you sit down with these two great Americans, and in response to your questions, they tell in their own words the most interesting stories of their lives. There are extensive citations of authority to support all of their comments.. Bartending jobs seekers should know vine culture to get more opportunities in their careers.


  • An Evening with Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson: Dinner

    • Author: David Herzog
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $15.99

    Are you satisfied with “church as usual,” or are you desperately thirsty for more and ready to move from renewal to revival to harvest!? Desperate for New Wine excites, challenges, and encourages all who genuinely want more of God.

    Believers worldwide are being overcome by the Spirit of God. The current move of the Spirit is escalating towards what may be the greatest harvest that the world has ever seen. “You are now entering the nameless, faceless revival,” writes author David Herzog who has experienced the Word—confirmed with numerous creative miracles, signs, wonders—that has lead to mass salvations reaching Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims, Jews, and Atheists around the world. He leads you step-by-step into a more personal, intimate life with Christ.

    Now both Jesus and His disciples were invited to the wedding. And when they ran out of wine, the mother of Jesus said…“Whatever He says to you, do it.” …Jesus said to them, “Fill the waterpots with water.” …“Every man at the beginning sets out the good wine…. You have kept the good wine until now!” This beginning of signs Jesus did…and manifested His glory… (John 2:2-11 NKJV).

    Using Jesus’ miracle of turning water to wine as a metaphor of the “new wine” of renewal that began at Pentecost and continues throughout the world, stimulating discussion centers on how you can drink in the new wine of God’s supernatural presence and love.

    You are handed the keys to receive God’s new wine anointing and discover the importance of His new move in the context of world history and the end times.
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  • Wine

    • Author: undefined
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: undefined

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  • It's All Relative: Two Families

    • Author: Wade Rouse
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $23.99

    How come the only thing my family tree ever grows is nuts?”


       Wade Rouse attempts to answer that question in his blisteringly funny new memoir by looking at the yearly celebrations that unite us all and bring out the very best and worst in our nearest and dearest.
       Family is truly the only gift that keeps on giving—namely, the gifts of dysfunction and eccentricity—
    and Wade Rouse’s family has been especially charitable: His chatty yet loving mother dresses her son
    as a Ubangi tribesman, in blackface, for Halloween in the rural Ozarks; his unconventional engineer of
    a father buries his children’s Easter eggs; his marvelously
    Martha Stewart–esque partner believes Barbie is his baby; his garage-sale obsessed set of in-laws are
    convinced they can earn more than Warren Buffett by selling their broken lamps and Nehru jackets; his
    mutt Marge speaks her own language; and his oddball collection of relatives includes a tipsy Santa Claus
    with an affinity for showing off his jingle balls. In the end, though, the Rouse House gifted Wade with love,
    laughter, understanding, superb comic timing, and a humbling appreciation for humiliation. 
       Whether Wade dates a mime on his birthday to overcome his phobia of clowns or outruns a chubchasing boss on Secretary’s Day, he captures our holidays with his trademark self-deprecating humor and acerbic wit. He paints a funny, sad, poignant, and
    outlandish portrait of an an all-too-typical family that will have you appreciating—or bemoaning—your
    own and shrieking in laughter.. Bartending jobs seekers should know vine culture to get more opportunities in their careers.


  • Three Dogs

    • Author: Stephen Brook
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $40.00

    This unique overview of wine in the twentieth century brings together the key historical, cultural, and personal influences on the wines we drink today. Sixteen of the world's leading wine writers, including Michael Broadbent, Andrew Jefford, Stuart Piggott,Joanna Simon, Tom Stevenson, and Bob Thompson explore the key influences on the evolution of modern wines, including war, religion, and science. There is also a chapter on the history of each key wine-producing region. Illustrated with a number of never before published archive photographs.. Bartending jobs seekers should know vine culture to get more opportunities in their careers.



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