The wine world is intimidating when you are just starting out. France alone has more than 25,000 wineries and the bottles are labeled with various phrases, regions, vineyards, vintages and classifications, often times with no mention of a grape varietal. How are you possibly to know what to buy, what’s inside the bottle, and if you’re going to like it?
“Decoding French Wine: A Beginner’s Guide to Enjoying the Fruits of the French Terroir” is a clear and concise guide written with the singular goal to help early stage wine drinkers navigate and explore the world of French wine.
This new third edition of the book takes readers through France’s prominent wine regions to uncover the geography, history and wine making practices of each region. Along the way, build a list of high quality, value priced producers to start with, and before you know it, you’ll be off exploring and decoding the vast and awesome world of French wine.
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