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. Heard It Through the Grapevine: The Things You Should Know to Enjoy Wine
Matt Skinner with Chris Terry (Photographer)

Format: Paperback, 176pp.
ISBN: 9781845337995
Publisher: Hatchette
Pub. Date: January 1, 2012

Dimensions (in inches): 10.1 x 7.9 x 0.9 inches
Item No: 9781845334833

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From The Publisher:

A guide for anyone who enjoys drinking wine but panics when they find themselves standing in a wine aisle, faced with a vast expanse of bottles.

Matt Skinner shares his passion and enthusiasm, guiding you through the basics of buying, drinking, storing and, most importantly, enjoying wine. Divided into chapters on shopping, drinking, eating and sleeping, this book covers everything you need to know about wine, from making sense of wine labels and understanding vintages to ordering wine questions, and many more. His refreshingly relaxed style is easy to read and understand, and his invaluable advice will arm you with knowledge for wine that will impress your friends and have you walking down that wine aisle with confidence.

About the Author 

Matt Skinner, branded "London's funkiest sommelier," left his native Australia in 2002 to head up wine at Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Restaurant in London. Gifted with the refreshing knack of making wine simple, he has been teaching and writing about wine with his trademark passion and enthusiasm ever since. Matt lives, works and plays in Melbourne along with wife Carly and daughter Indi.

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