Learning about wine can be a daunting task. With terms like assemblage, batonnage and cuvee; ullage, terroir and vielles vignes, it's not surprising that many people are put off and simply reach for the nearest bottle of red or white in the supermarket aisle. This is the perfect, concise guide for anyone who loves wine but wants to find out more. Arranged in an easy-to-use format in which different types of wine are shown schematically on a map like the London Underground, the reader can see at a glance the salient features of hundreds of different wines and how they relate to each other in terms of taste. A unique and original tool to navigate the complex world of wine, The Pocket Guide to Wine enables wine lovers to find out more about the wines they already like and to make informed choices as they explore further.
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About the Author
A Seasoned Bar Manager With An Encyclopaedic Knowledge Of Beer, Joe Dick Studied English And Journalism An Napier University, Edinburgh Before Going To Manage A Number Of Bars In The City And Studying For A Diploma In Distilling. He Contributes To A Number Of Blogs On Drinks, Including The Beercast.