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?This book is a ?must? if you enjoy the taste of wine! This excellent guide playfully educates amateurs, as well as experts, in the pleasures of drinking wine.?
?Michael Aaron, Chairman, Sherry-Leman, World Renowned Wine Shop, New York, NY
?...an insightful reference guide for the beginning taster ...
“This book is a ‘must’ if you enjoy the taste of wine! This excellent guide playfully educates amateurs, as well as experts, in the pleasures of drinking wine.”
—Michael Aaron, Chairman, Sherry-Leman, World Renowned Wine Shop, New York, NY
“...an insightful reference guide for the beginning taster or industry professional who has an appreciation of wine and wit.”
—Lynn Penner-Ash, President/Winemaker, Rex Hill Vineyards, Inc.
Do you know the difference between a Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, and a Sauvignon Blanc? Are you frustrated by the vast number of white wines there are to choose from? Don’t panic, let White Wine For Dummies be your guide. Covering wine regions from all over the world, including California, France, New Zealand, South Africa, Germany, and Italy, this friendly reference provides answers to all your white wine questions. It tells you how to:
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PART I: A Course of White Wine.
Chapter 1: Beyond the Red Horizon.
Chapter 2: Accounting for Taste.
Chapter 3: Grape Expectations.
Chapter 4: The Seven Classic Types of White Wine.
Chapter 5: White Wine with Fish -- and More.
PART II: A World of White Wine.
Chapter 6: California Chardonnay.
Chapter 7: California Whites, Beyond Chardonnay.
Chapter 8: The White Wines of Oregon, Washington, and New York.
Chapter 9: White Wine Down Under -- Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa.
Chapter 10: Vin Blanc Francais: The Great White Burgundies.
Chapter 11: Vin Blanc Francais: Bordeaux and Beyond.
Chapter 12: A League of Their Own: Germany's White Wines.
Chapter 13: White Wines from Italy: More Than Soave and Pinot Grigio.
Chapter 14: Spain, Portugal, Austria, and Switzerland.
PART III: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 15: Ten Little-Known White Wines Worth Knowing.
Chapter 16: Ten Frequently Asked Questions about White Wines.
Chapter 17: Ten Palate-Pleasing Exercises for Savoring White Wines.
PART IV: Appendixes.
Appendix A: Pronunciation Guide.
Appendix B: Glossary.
Appendix C: Those Very Good Years: A Vintage Chart.
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