The Grapes of Wine

The Grapes of Wine

The Fine Art of Growing Grapes and Making Wine

Book - 2008
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The ancient Greek philosophers called them elixirs of the gods. The Roman emperors used them to celebrate their victories. And today, fine wines are still being treasured and enjoyed. How and why these wines reach their zenith in color, flavor, and value is the focus of this beautifully illustrated book by wine connoisseur Baudouin Neirynck.

The book first looks at the activities of growing grapes and making wine. This is followed by a discussion of the twenty most popular white and black grapes responsible for great wines, from Chardonnay to Sangiovese. Included are chapters on investing in wines, storing and serving wines, matching wines with foods, reading wine labels, and even the health benefits of wine. Whether you are a wine expert or simply someone who enjoys an occasional glass of wine with your meals, The Grapes of Wine is as mesmerizing as a glass of the finest Cabernet Sauvignon.

Publisher: Garden City Park, NY : Square One Publishers, 2008
Characteristics: ix, 182 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 31 cm
ISBN: 9780757002472 (hardback)
0757002471 (hardback)
Call Number: 641.22 NEIRYNCK


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