#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

“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 wines rarely do, preferring…

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