The Wine Guide: How to Choose, Serve and Enjoy It

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Learn the principles of tasting: how to judge a wine by its looks, smell and taste. Useful information on matching wine to each course of the menu, what the details on wine labels mean and the techniques and trends of winemaking.

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Stuart Walton writes on wine for BBC magazines, WINE Magazine and The European. His interest in the subject began when he co-founded a tasting circle at home and went on to pass the Wine and Spirit Education Trust examinations. Having travelled extensively in many viticultural regions, he views developments in the modern wine world with a sharply critical eye and, in order to preserve his independence of judgement, has no commercial interest in the wine trade.

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