It's Wine Time: Everything you've always wanted to know but were too afraid to ask about red, white, rosé, and sparkling wineDe (autor) Chris Losh
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 25 Aug 2020
Discover all the answers to your wine-based fears and never pick a ‘bad’ bottle again with this fun and accessible guide to everything red, white, rosé and sparkling.
If you’ve ever stood and stared blankly at a supermarket wall full of (potentially) delicious wines, not knowing what to choose, if the price is right or frankly, where to start, help is at hand with this little book of terms, tips and cocktail treats about the mother of all drinks: wine. From your red Merlots and Malbecs, to your white Chardonnays and Pinots, through to pink-hued rosés and everything bubbly, all the stress usually ensued from trying to choose a half-decent bottle will be taken away as you learn how to say what you’re buying, get to grips with the label, grape and quality and – for when the party gets started – discover how and what to serve it with, for every type of occasion. Whether you’re hosting a dinner party of a specific cuisine, selecting from a menu at your local restaurant or just want to learn how to make a fruity wine cocktail, this book will show you how to pick the right wine, every time!
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Ilustrații: c40 col photographs
Dimensiuni: 123 x 185 x 12 mm
Greutate: 0.21 kg
Editura: RP&S and Cico Books
Colecția Dog 'n' Bone
Locul publicării: United Kingdom
After five years working on My Weekly magazine in 1995 Chris Losh entered the world of drinks writing and, despite all advice from his doctor – and the wishes of most South African winemakers – has stayed there ever since. He began on Wine and Spirit International, editing it for several years before moving on to edit Wine Magazine. In 2007, he helped to set up both Imbibe magazine and the Sommelier Wine Awards, and has spent much of the last three years eating, drinking and listening to French sommeliers talk about minerality. In 2009 he was shortlisted for the Louis Roederer Feature Writer of the Year.