#WineBook review of ‘Wine All the Time: The Casual Guide to Confident Drinking’ by Marissa A. Ross

I enjoy reading even more than what I enjoy drinking wine. Particularly, there is some magic about the books I pick to read when I travel. I try to pick something that put me into traveling mood but also that keep me entirely entertain through the flight. Since I have started this wine-learning-path I was…

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Geography of Wine

(Español vea abajo ) “Why does a Chablis from France, made from the Chardonnay grape, have a steely, minerally, austere taste while a California Chardonnay often has a fruit forward nose with hints of vanilla spice? Or even more importantly, why do American wines have the grape variety prominently displayed on the label, while European…

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