The Wine And Spirits Manual

Paperback | January 1, 1997

byJacques Marie, Shari Darling, Konrad Ejbich

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As every experienced restaurateur knows serving the public is a far cry from serving the public well. The Wine Manual is the first book of its kind in North America because it is written specifically for a person entering the hospitality field of wine service. This book gives you a basic and thorough understanding of the business of making, buying, storing, selling, and serving wine. And as a collection of international facts and references, it will help you put the world of wine into perspective.

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As every experienced restaurateur knows serving the public is a far cry from serving the public well. The Wine Manual is the first book of its kind in North America because it is written specifically for a person entering the hospitality field of wine service. This book gives you a basic and thorough understanding of the business of ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:380 pages, 10 × 7 × 1 inPublished:January 1, 1997Publisher:Irwin Unknown

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ISBN - 10:0771551185

ISBN - 13:9780771551185

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Table of Contents

Part 1 Viticulture and Viniculture A Brief History of Wine Climate and Soil Vine and Grape Grape Varieties Winemaking Part 2 The Business and Service of Wine Wine Tasting Wine Service Wine Management Wine and Food Part 3 Wine Regions France Champagne Italy Germany Austria Hungary Portugal Port Spain Sherry Greece United States Canada Chile South Africa Australia New Zealand Index of Wines Glossary Index