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The Bottlenotes Winecyclopedia is your reference for all things wine. Learn about different kinds of wine, wine regions of the world, how to appreciate great wine and identify not-so-great, and even how wine is made. Start the journey...
Today wine is more popular than ever.and consumers need up-to-date, sensible, and sophisticated advice from those in the know. Based on one of the Web site's most popular tasting events, this book will take readers on a journey through time and today's vineyards. Combining essential information about wine, featuring a primer about the different categories and a one-of-a-kind regional guide, what more could a wine-lover want? Inspiring wine drinkers to expand their knowledge base and explore their taste preferences, Bottlenotes will take a look at the most interesting wine spots, including: Napa, California; Italy; Australia; Lebanon; Israel; China; South Africa; Chile; and others! It used to be that there were two choices when you ordered wine - European or Californian? But now the wine world is multicultural and international. In order to stay in the game, it's important to learn from those in the know - and the folks at Bottlenotes are here to help!