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  • GrassRoutes Northern California Wine Country: Green Road Trips (GrassRoutes Travel)

    • Author: Serena Bartlett
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $16.95

    This innovative guide re-envisions the road trip, dividing Northern California Wine Country into five regions, each with its own distinct character. From the Undiscovered Coast to Cow Country, the guide steers readers off the well-trod and well-shod paths and to each region’s most interesting indie/alt/hipster shops, clubs, grub, and activities. Access information covers biking, public transportation, and driving ? including biodiesel fuel sources.
    . Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • Vows Made in Wine (Harper Monogram)

    • Author: Susan Wiggs
    • Binding: Mass Market Paperback
    • Price: $5.50

    Pursuing a carefree life of pleasure and forgetfulness, Oliver de Lacey meets Mistress Lark, a woman who believes she has no need for love, until she begins to see the real person behind Oliver's restless exterior. . Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • Wine: A Practical Guide to Enjoying Your Selection

    • Author: Jens Priewe
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $32.50

    Following the success of the author's book "Wine: From Grape to Glass", this book offers a wealth of information for the contemporary wine consumer who would like to know more about caring for wine and serving it properly. It answers such questions as, How do you store wine? What sorts of glasses allow you to enjoy it most? How long can you keep it? In addition to covering all the basics, this book provides numerous tips and tricks on such subjects as how to prevent the cork from breaking when opening a bottle; what the experts have to say about chilling and warming wines; how to hold a Champagne bottle to prevent spillage; how to store wine even if you live in a small apartment, and much more.. Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • Water into Wine

    • Author: Stephen Verney
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: undefined

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


  • Red Sweet Wine of Youth

    • Author: Nicholas Murray
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: undefined

    The poetry that emerged from the trenches of WWI is a remarkable body of work, at once political manifesto and literary beacon for the twentieth century. In this passionate recreation of the lives of the greatest poets to come out of the conflict, Nicholas Murray brilliantly reveals the men themselves as well as the struggle of the artist to live fully and to bear witness in the annihilating squalor of battle. Bringing into sharp focus the human detail of each life, using journals, letters and literary archives, Murray brings to life the men's indissoluble comradeship, their complex sexual mores and their extraordinary courage. Poignant, vivid and unfailingly intelligent, Nicholas Murray's study offers new and finely tuned insight into the - often devastatingly brief - lives of a remarkable generation of men.. Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • WINES AND SPIRITS Foods of the World

    • Author: Alec Waugh
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: undefined

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


  • The Grapes of Ralph: Wine According to Ralph Steadman

    • Author: Ralph Steadman
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $40.00

    Through pictures and prose, readers take a good look at the great wines of the world and the people who make them, including a lively, illuminating, often hilarious view of the world of vineyards, presses, and wine tasting.. Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • Wine & Spirit: A Christian's Guide to Enjoying Wine

    • Author: Jerry Butler
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: $17.99

    With passion and a light-hearted spirit, WINE & SPIRIT is a quick, basic guide for everyone who wants to know what the Bible really says about wine. That the Bible celebrates wine as a gift from God to be enjoyed, may surprise you. For many of you, it will be the release from buying wine looking over your shoulder.

    Jerry Butler calls it oenotheology! Oenotheology combines oenology-the science of wine and winemaking, and theology-the study of God, the attributes of God, and the divine relationship to the universe. Oenotheology reminds that "wine cheers both God and human," and "gladdens the heart of all."

    DISCOVER

    • What would Jesus drink?
    • How does wine nourish the soul?
    • How wine refreshes the spirit, and benefits health?...and more. Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.


  • Wines and Spirits (A Penguin handbook)

    • Author: Leslie William Marrison
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Price: undefined

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


  • Educating Peter: How I Taught a Famous Movie Critic the Difference Between Cabernet and Merlot or How Anybody Can Become an (Almost) Instant Wine Expert

    • Author: Lettie Teague
    • Binding: Hardcover
    • Price: $25.00

    Lettie Teague knows wine. She has been the wine editor at Food & Wine magazine for almost a decade. The only question she is asked more than "Can you recommend a great wine for under $10?" -- great cheap white: Argiolas Costamolino Vermentino from Sardinia; great cheap red: Alamos Malbec from Argentina -- is "What is the best way to learn about wine?"

    After many years of fielding these questions, Lettie was determined to debunk the myth that learning about wine is hard. She decided to find just one wine idiot and teach him a few fundamentals -- how to order off a restaurant wine list without fear, approach a wine merchant with confidence, and perhaps even score a few points off a wine snob.

    Enter her neighbor, good friend and complete wine neophyte Peter Travers, Rolling Stone magazine's longtime film critic.

    Peter Travers proved the perfect Eliza Doolittle to Lettie's Professor Higgins. As a film critic he made bold pronouncements ("This movie stinks," which could be readily translated to "This Cabernet tastes like Merlot") and exhibited a finely tuned visual sense ("The cinematography could be improved" could easily become "This wine is too white"). But, most important, Peter knew almost nothing about wine.

    As Lettie begins their lessons, Peter puts down his ever-present glass of "fatty" Chardonnay and learns that there is a huge world out there full of all kinds of wine. He is taught to swirl his glass to release the wine's aromatic compounds -- or esters -- above the rim and vows, "I'm going to do that for Martin Scorsese next time I see him. I'll volatize my esters for him."

    Thus Lettie enlightens her wine-challenged but film-savvy friend about the Facts of Wine: how to hold a glass; the vocabulary of wine; how wine is made; how to read labels; how to tell the difference between grape varieties; how to make sense of vintages; how to glean information about a wine simply by looking at the shape and color of the bottle; and an overview of the great wine regions of the Old World and the New.

    Finally, after many fact-filled, hilarious lessons, Lettie takes Peter to the most famous American wine region of all, Napa Valley, where he hobnobs with wine and Hollywood royalty and finally puts his new skills to the test in the real world.

    Part buddy movie, part serious wine tutorial, Educating Peter is as much a treat for oenophiles in on the joke as it is for beginners who think Chablis is a brand name of wine.. Bartending jobs seekers must have knowledge of fine wine and this book will help them get it.



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