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The Wine Bible

by Karen MacNeil

|February 1, 2000

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Announcing the completely revised and updated edition of The Wine Bible , the perennial bestselling wine book praised as "The most informative and entertaining book I've ever seen on the subject" (Danny Meyer), "A guide that has all the answers" (Bobby Flay),…

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Are you tired of wine reviews with flowery descriptions that read like grocery lists? Yeah, well, so are the authors of X Rated Wines , the ultimate source for everyone who likes wine but can't get into pedantic wine critics and stuffy wine books and magazines…

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One of America's foremost chefs takes readers on a tour of the wine regions of France, presenting menus that reflect the traditional cuisine of the area, complemented by his selection of local wines. "This is one of the most evocative collections of menus I have…

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How can the same grapes make two different wines? Can you tell what a wine tastes like by reading the label? By understanding wine, you can drink better wine. In grocery stores, liquor stores, and at the vineyard, the key to picking a tasty wine is knowing how…

Whisk(e)y

by Stefan Gabanyi

|October 1, 1997

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The traditional whisk(e)y-producing nations are Scotland and Canada, where the spelling is "whisky," and Ireland and the United States, where it is spelled "whiskey." Featuring more than 1,000 entries covering every conceivable topic on whisk(e)ys from around the…

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Back by popular demand, this guide to grape cultivation covers everything from establishing a vineyard to vine ailments. Suitable for both amateur and commercial growers, it considers viticulture conditions throughout North America.