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Making Sense Of Wine: A Study In Sensory Perception

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International Wine Academy director, Alan Young has taught wine appreciation classes from Australia to Napa California and from Hong Kong to Bordeaux France. His depth of experience with all wines of the world, combined with a scientific approach to sensory evaluation of wines provides an authoritative and user friendly book. A serious discussion of the nature and role of ...more
Paperback, 167 pages
Published December 1st 1998 by Wine Appreciation Guild (first published January 1987)
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Feb 10, 2014 Terri rated it it was amazing
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"At their best, wine grapes give voice to the earth."

Matt Kramer does a great job of mingling the history of wine with the enjoyment of wine tasting. He thoroughly explains in a very engaging manner, just what it is that we are tasting when we say we like a wine. Further, he says it's fine to simply like a wine but when you combine your preference with knowledge you can begin to appreciate wine more fully. You can, for example, not like the taste of a particular wine and yet know that it is an e
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