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Just as in their other wine guides, Red Wine For Dummies, White Wine For Dummies, and Wine For Dummies, authors and connoisseurs Ed McCarthy and...
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Just as in their other wine guides, Red Wine For Dummies, White Wine For Dummies, and Wine For Dummies, authors and connoisseurs Ed McCarthy and Mary Ewing-Mulligan talk about wine in terms that make sense and that really mean something. You'll find complete sentences -- not the poetic but abstract strings of adjectives you may find in many other wine guides.
Take this handy guide with you whether you're purchasing wine from a supermarket, wine shop, tasting room, or even over the Internet. You'll be able to try out new wines and more than likely be pleasantly surprised for a change.
PART I: Seeing Red.
Chapter 1: Respecting Your Elders: Old World Red Wines for $15 or Less.
Chapter 2: New Kids on the Block: New World Red Wines for $15 or Less.
Chapter 3: Getting Serious: Old World Red Wines Over $15.
Chapter 4: Coming of Age: New World Red Wines Over $15.
PART II: All Dressed in White.
Chapter 5: Where It All Started: Old World White Wines for $15 or Less.
Chapter 6: Young and Free: New World White Wines for $15 or Less.
Chapter 7: The Best of Europe: Old World White Wines Over $15.
Chapter 8: The Best of the Rest: New World White Wines Over $15.
PART III: All Those Bubbles!
Chapter 9: Champagne: Only from France.
Chapter 10: Sparkling Wines from around the World.
PART IV: Appendixes.
Appendix A: Branching Out.
Appendix B: What's for Dinner?
Appendix C: Glossary of Wine-Tasting Terms.
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Finding a wine you enjoy is great, but sometimes it pays to push your boundaries a little and experiment with new wines. Use the following table to move from wines that you already know you enjoy to wines that you may end up enjoying even more!