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Introducing French wines.

Introducing French wines.

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Published by Comite National de Prapagande en faveur du vin, Institut National des Appellations d"Origine des vinset eaux-de-vie in Paris .
Written in English


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ContributionsComite National de Propagande en faveur du vin., Institut National des Appellations d"Origine des vins et eaux-de-vie.
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Open LibraryOL14267711M

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In all respects this is an admirable introduction to French wine, taking the place of Clive Coates MW's magisterial study of the subject 15 years ago. Stephen Brook, Decanter. Like the author's preceding four wine books, this work resembles satisfying wine.

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I think the French have taken wine for granted, whereas for the English, it is more exotic. There is a certain sense in which a grand French writer would not devote a book to wine.

It would be a bit like devoting a book to potatoes. There are one or two lovely books, say, on Burgundy. More than 1 million copies have been sold since the book debuted 20 years ago, said Ms. Ewing-Mulligan. And it has inspired a number of related works from the authors, including “Red Wine for.

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In contrast, this new book is far more introductory, exploring the major regions: their grape varieties, terroir, economic structure and top names. In all respects this is an admirable introduction to French wine, taking the place of Clive Coates MW’s magisterial study of. Either way, reading wine books will inspire you and help wrap your brain around the immense world of wine.

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The slender volume begins with a history of wine in general, and then French wine in particular. The author, Robert Joseph, notes that French wine was around before B. C/5(4). Issue 1/ Basic Wine Training 1 of 19 Basic Wine Training Introduction: A guest’s dining experience is not complete without proper wine service.

A server is not maximizing income opportunities without proper wine service skills. Champagne is a uniquely French product, although makers of sparkling wines all over the world, who use the. 92 books based on 77 votes: The World Atlas of Wine by Hugh Johnson, Red, White, and Drunk All Over: A Wine-Soaked Journey from Grape to Glass by Natalie.

But for someone wanting an introduction to French wines, I feel Johnson's Wine Companion is a better resource. First, it provides more of the information you need to make sense of the country, more about the mesh of region, grape varieties.

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Wines to look for include Cannonau, the local name for Grenache, and Carignano or Carignan. Salty, floral Vermentino comes from the northeast. Other. French wine labels will also indicate cru, meaning growth—this refers to the vineyard, estate or village where the wine was line between terroir and cru can feel a bit blurry, but here’s a good way of thinking about it: terroir is where a wine is grown, cru is how a wine is handled (nature vs.

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