A Beer Drinker's Guide To Knowing And Enjoying Fine Wine by Jim Laughren

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If it's time to expand your horizons, impress some clients, or introduce your better half to that new wine bar down the street, here's the ideal wine guide. More Oz Clarke road trip than Jancis Robinson compendium, A Beer Drinker's Guide to Knowing and Enjoying Fine Wine is a friendly, arm-around-the-shoulder wine primer that educates and enlightens from a beer drinker's point of view. No arcane disquisition or convoluted wine writing, just a witty, easy-going explanation of wine styles and varietals, tasting and scoring techniques, the major international wine regions and inside tips for buying or selecting the perfect wine for any occasion, all in clear, concise language, infused with nuggets of beer lore, the keys to understanding winespeak, and much more. All in all, a fun, enjoyable and surprisingly informative take on the wonderful world of wine.
 

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Jim Laughren, CWE, is a wine expert and consultant—and novice beer aficionado—with more than 30 years experience sampling and acquiring fine wines. He is the former president of a wine importer and distributor, and has toured the wine regions of Europe, South America, and the United States. He appears frequently on various ABC, CBS, Fox, and NPR radio programs and is a regular wine and beverage contributor to The Huffington Post. He lives in Portland, Oregon.
 
Published December 10, 2012 by Crosstown Publishing, Inc.. 204 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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For all the beer-drinking die-hards, Laughren serves an enticing, thorough, though not suffocating introduction to hops' fermented friend, the grape.

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