Vieille Ferme has three products that are perhaps the best value in French wines
today. Vieille Ferme Rouge Côtes du Ventoux is a blend of 50 percent Grenache,
20 percent Syrah, 15 percent Carignan, and 15 percent Cinsault. Vieille Ferme ...
Author: George M. Taber
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Teaches how to choose wines based on personal preference, and explores how the bargain wine industry has thrived in today's challenged economy, drawing on sources to provide background information and top recommendations.
Although it is widely accepted that France produces the best wines in the world ,
it does not have a monopoly on good , inexpensive wines . The French section in
the wine shop might offer a $ 50 bargain , but $ 8 bargains are more difficult to ...
Author: Danny May
Covers categories and types of wine, various grape varieties, and how to pair wine with all different kinds of food, from burgers to French cuisine
Author: Gail Bradney
Best Wines! 1998 features gold medal winners judged by experts in the most prestigious wine competitions held around the world each year. Each wine is listed by its full name, with a suggested retail price, availability, and the awards it has won. The lively text includes humorous wine trivia and guidelines on tasting.
Best. bargain. wines. FOR WINE LOVERS ON A BUDGET, there has never been
a better time to buy and enjoy wines. ... and your family can enjoy a different wine
several nights per week while spending a total of between $50 and $75.
Author: Steven Kolpan
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
The James Beard Award-winning classic “for beginners or professionals who want all the facts and stories in a concise, easy-to-follow format” (Laura Maniec, owner, Corkbuzz Wine Studio). Now completely revised and updated, this new edition of the essential consumer guide to wine features all the most current information for today’s wine landscape. The authors, longtime wine educators at The Culinary Institute of America, have added all the latest and most relevant information to their award-winning book, including new picks for the best regional producers, off-the-beaten-path finds, and bargain bottles. With a practical, anti-snob attitude, the emphasis is always on enjoying wine to the fullest in real-world scenarios and getting the best value for your dollar, whether splurging on a special-occasion bottle or deciding on your own “house” wine. All the basics are covered, including the major wine grapes, flavor profiles, and decoding labels, plus up-to-date information on established and up-and-coming regions, advice on pairing wine with everything from Korean short ribs to all-American burgers, opinions on wine gadgets (yea or nay?), and more. Cheers! “Reading WineWise is like having a great conversation about my favorite topic—wine! Enjoy exploring the diverse wine regions and then finish with how to pair wines with food. The ideas and thoughts behind the wine and food pairing chapters just make plain sense, and, of course, you may need another glass of wine.”—Bruce Cakebread, president, Cakebread Cellars “Nothing pretentious here. WineWise is fun, friendly, and packed with information on wines of the world, particularly ones that won’t break the bank.”—Tara Q. Thomas, executive editor, Wine & Spirits
Author: Stacey Printz
Publisher: Nitty Gritty Cookbook
For many of us, the quest for the perfect bottled salad dressing goes unrewarded. Unfortunately, bottled dressings never seem to capture the taste and freshness of the dressings prepared in fine restaurants. This book will end your search. You will find new and interesting salad dressing recipes as well as tasty versions of the classics. The recipes are easy enough to whip up after a long day, yet worthy of serving at your finest dinner parties.
Author: David Abram
Explores the sights and attractions of the country, offers advice on where to stay and eat, and comments on French history, politics, environment, and culture.