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by Frederick Davidson,Matt Kramer
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Beverages & Wine
  • Author:
    Frederick Davidson,Matt Kramer
  • ISBN:
    0786161965
  • ISBN13:
    978-0786161966
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  • Publisher:
    Blackstone Pub; Unabridged edition (January 1, 2007)
  • Subcategory:
    Beverages & Wine
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    1836 kb
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  • Rating:
    4.5
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Making Sense of Wine Audio, Cassette – Audiobook, September 1, 1994. Always enjoyed Matt Kramer's books. I have two of his other books. I first came across him in Wine Spectator and thought he was very frank in his opinion

Making Sense of Wine Audio, Cassette – Audiobook, September 1, 1994. by. Matt Kramer (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Matt Kramer (Author),‎ Frederick Davidson (Contributor). I first came across him in Wine Spectator and thought he was very frank in his opinion. He was in Italy before but I believe he is in Australia now or did he move to Aregentine?

Making Sense of Wine. Matt Kramer (Author), Frederick Davidson (Narrator), Inc. Blackstone Audio (Publisher)

Making Sense of Wine. Blackstone Audio (Publisher). Get this audiobook plus a second, free. My main complaint is that while the book gives you a comprehensive overview of wine regions, storing wine, and pairing wine, it barely touches on grape varieties and actually tasting wine. It would be a very good book for an aspiring connoisseur, who wishes to go above and beyond simple tasting.

Matt Kramer is an American wine critic since 1976. He is a columnist for The Oregonian, was a columnist for The New York Sun before its demise in 2008, and previously for Los Angeles Times, and since 1985 is a regular contributor to Wine Spectator. He has been described as "perhaps the most un-American of all America's wine writers", by Mike Steinberger as "one of the more insightful and entertaining wine writers around", and by Hugh Johnson as "an intellectual guerrilla among wine writers".

Making Sense of Wine. 5 16 5 Author: Matt Kramer Narrator: Frederick Davidson. The text explains everything an oenophile needs to know, including the creation and naming of wines, wine cellars, presentation and glassware, pairing wine with food, and much more. Where others talk jargon about centrifuges, steel tanks, and acidity levels, Kramer talks about wine itself. Kramer reminds us that wine is an expression of the earth that reveals the site and conditions under which it is cultivated.

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Written by Matt Kramer, Audiobook narrated by Frederick Davidson. wine making total novice.

Kramer explores the making, storing and drinking of wi. Pop a cork, pour a glass and enjoy listening to this book-but not while commuting, of course! Kramer explores the making, storing and drinking of wine and imparts information that should fascinate both the novice and the oenophile. While Davidson’s reading and pronunciation are impeccable, his upper-crust British accent contradicts the book’s raison d’etre.

Making Sense of Wine book. Kramer explores connoisseurship through the practical devices of thinking wine and drinking wine, making for an engrossing journey through one of life’s great pleasures

Making Sense of Wine book. Kramer explores connoisseurship through the practical devices of thinking wine and drinking wine, making for an engrossing journey through one of life’s great pleasures.

Narrated by Frederick Davidson.

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Since its first publication in 1989, Matt Kramer's extraordinarily accessible guide to wine has become a classic. Where others talk jargon about centrifuges, steel tanks, and acidity levels, Kramer talks about wine itself. The result is an enriching experience that goes far beyond knowing how to read a label or impress a waiter. The text explains everything an oenophile needs to know, including the creation and naming of wines, wine cellars, presentation and glassware, pairing wine with food, and much more. Kramer reminds us that wine is an expression of the earth that reveals the site and conditions under which it is cultivated. He explores connoisseurship through the practical devices of "thinking wine" and "drinking wine," making for a most enjoyable and engrossing journey through one of life's most dependable pleasures.

Iphonedivorced
This is an essential book for anyone with an interest, from casual to professional, in wine. If you're looking for a book that applies meaningless rating systems and uses clumsy metaphors and flavour associations ( *cough* Robert Parker *cough* James Halliday *cough*), then this isn't the book for you. However, if you are interested in forming or complementing an understanding of wine as a historical and ongoing cultural and culinary product, then it is an essential addition to your library.
Doulkree
Great read!
Ariseym
An excellent read for those of us curious about wine and all of the 'mysterious' gradations of it. A enjoyable read written by one well-versed in the subject and who has the ability and talent to express and convey some of that love to the reader.
Mardin
Good
Golden Lama
Always enjoyed Matt Kramer's books. I have two of his other books. I first came across him in Wine Spectator and thought he was very frank in his opinion. He was in Italy before but I believe he is in Australia now or did he move to Aregentine? Ideally one has to live in a country and live like a native to report on the wines from that area.
santa
An elegant book about an elegant subject. Learned a lot and was intellectually engaged. Not a thorough primer on wine or tasting but rather a thorough discourse on the important topics in wine today.
Xellerlu
First off I would say that this is NOT a bad book. It is a reasonable guide to wine and will give you some basic facts. My main complaint is that while the book gives you a comprehensive overview of wine regions, storing wine, and pairing wine, it barely touches on grape varieties and actually tasting wine. It would be a very good book for an aspiring connoisseur, who wishes to go above and beyond simple tasting. For those who wish to receive a basic understanding of main grape/wine varieties and how to taste/classify wines, there are much better books available. The book has some very useful knowledge and discusses the intriguing topic of connoisseurship, but lacks the essential background information for anyone starting out in the wine world.
The wine writer for the Portland Oregonian presents a truly intelligent introduction to wine, an excellent starting point for a novice who wants to ramp up his knowledge quickly and well, and a good read even for those who think they know it all