Wine Simple

Wine Simple
Wine Simple

BookInfo

ISBN: 9781984824257Number of Pages: 272
Publisher: Clarkson PotterBook Title: Wine Simple: A Totally Approachable Guide from a World-Class Sommelier
Publication Year: 2019Target Audience: Wine Lovers
Author: Aldo Sohm,Christine MuhlkeReading Age: 16+

Abstract

This Wine guide starts with the basic knowledge of wine key varieties and major production areas, how to select, taste, store and enjoy wine.

In addition, the author also taught you how to improve your wine knowledge, shared the most in wine knowledge that only wine sommeliers know, and kindly guided readers to conduct accurate lightning protection in purchasing.

This is a lively and interesting wine introduction book, designed exclusively by well-known illustrators, and equipped with more than 300 vivid illustrations and information charts to help you learn from it and form your own views, so that you can “talk” at any time.

If you love wine and do not know where to start, or want to master wine quickly, this wine book will not let you down!

Some Tips from the Wine Books

Wine is fermented grape juice. Juice is extracted from grapes to ferment the sugar in the juice under the action of natural yeast or artificial yeast and finally convert it into alcohol and carbon dioxide.Wine can be fermented in wooden barrels, stainless steel tanks, concrete tanks and plastic containers, or buried in earthenware tanks.

Grapes for white win:

  • Pinot Grigio – entry-level white wine.
  • Everlasting longing for each other – with variable flavor and high cost performance.
  • Chardonnay – style changes.
  • Chenin blanc– The flavor and aroma are changeable, but not fully appreciated by people.
  • Riesling — The taste is delicate, complex and rich, which is a versatile table wine

Grapes for making red wine:

  • Cabernet Sauvignon – rich fruit flavor, strong taste, varied flavor and various styles.
  • Merlot — many expensive top brands in the world šŸ” Wine is made from it.
  • Pinot Noir – very elegant, complex and charming.
  • Shiraz – darker grapes.
  • Nabiolo — deeply loved by connoisseurs, and the price is also of appreciation level

If you want to learn more about wines, you can see this topic Best Wine Books Review

About the Author

Aldo Sohm is one of the most respected and acclaimed sommeliers in the world. He was named the best sommelier in Austria by Austrian Sommelier Association 4 times, the best sommelier in America by American Sommelier Association in 2007, and the best sommelier in the world by World Sommelier Association (WSA) in 2008.

He has worked with the famous chef Eric Ripert for more than ten years and is now the wine director of Le Bernardin, a 3-starĀ MichelinĀ restaurant. He also founded Aldo Sohm Wine Bar named himself.

Christine Muhlke is the contributing editor of Bon AppƩtit, the founder of Bureau X food consulting company, and the founder of newsletter Xtine. She co-authored recipes with Eric Ripert, David Kinch, and Eric Warner.

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Table of Contents

About Aldo

Why we need another wine book

How this book works

What is wine, anyway?. How wine is made

Key winemaking styles

Key varietals

Key winemaking regions

Let’s talk about natural wine

How to drink. How to taste wine (and form an opinion)

Suggested wines by preferences, moods & occasions

Buying & ordering wine

Wine at home

How to evolve your palate. Building a flavor library

Next-level wine tasting

Age matters

Resources

Wine + food. How to make a perfect pairing

Wine meet food: the essential pairing matrix

Epilogue. The ultimate lesson in humility: learning how to make wine.