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How To Choose Wine Vincent Gasnier

How To Choose Wine By Vincent Gasnier

How To Choose Wine by Vincent Gasnier


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Love wine but stuck in a rut? Ready to explore new flavours without being intimidated by labels and jargon? Written by the youngest ever 'Master Sommelier', this work takes you on a taste trail and offers his recommendations for tasting wines of different styles, from spicy reds to dry, crisp, refreshing whites.

How To Choose Wine Summary

How To Choose Wine by Vincent Gasnier

Love wine but stuck in a rut? Ready to explore new flavours without being intimidated by labels and jargon?

Join Vincent Gasnier, the youngest ever 'Master Sommelier', who Gary Rhodes says is the best in the business, for a wine adventure. Take a taste trail and follow Vincent's recommendations for tasting wines of different styles, from spicy reds to dry, crisp, refreshing whites. Try 22 comparative tastings and explore the aromas, flavours and textures to discover your favourites. Use the vivid descriptions to select what really want to drink, from cool Australian whites and serious French reds to traditional Italian styles and new world vitality. Pick up tips on buying, storing and serving wine, plus matching wine with food.

Vincent's philosophy for wine is simple: it's about enjoyment, people and pleasure. Share that passion, discover which wines you really like and confidently develop your repertoire.

About Vincent Gasnier

Vincent Gasnier is the youngest ever `Master Sommelier' (the most senior drinks qualification, awarded only 140 times), and recipient of the Ruinar Sommelier of the Year and the Dom Perignon Award, he runs his own consultancy, judges wine competitions and makes frequent TV appearances.

Additional information

GOR010697693
9781405315777
1405315776
How To Choose Wine by Vincent Gasnier
Used - Like New
Hardback
Dorling Kindersley Ltd
2006-09-07
352
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
The book has been read, but looks new. The book cover has no visible wear, and the dust jacket is included if applicable. No missing or damaged pages, no tears, possible very minimal creasing, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins

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