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Wine Report 2004 epub

ISBN: 0789496305

ISBN13: 978-0789496300

Author: Tom Stevenson

Category: Food and Wine

Subcategory: Beverages & Wine

Language: English

Publisher: DK ADULT; 1st edition (September 2003)

Pages: 384 pages

ePUB book: 1460 kb

FB2 book: 1107 kb

Rating: 4.5

Votes: 755

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Tom Stevenson (born 1951) is a British author who has been writing about wine for more than 30 years. Described by his colleagues as one of today's most prolific wine authors, Stevenson is regarded as the world's leading authority on Champagne.

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Tom Stevenson has been writing about wine for nearly thirty years and is the author of more than 20 books. He's been nominated on three occasions as Wine Writer of the Year and received the coveted Wine Literary Award, America's lifetime achievement award for wine writing.

Wine Report 2004 by Tom Stevenson is an exceptional reference for both the expert and the beginner. I'm in the wine business and have dozens of wine books which each have their merits

Wine Report 2004 by Tom Stevenson is an exceptional reference for both the expert and the beginner. I'm in the wine business and have dozens of wine books which each have their merits. Mr. Stevenson's New Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia is one of the benchmarks of the business and is respected world over. The Wine Report 2004 is a much smaller book in comparison, but it's chock full of information. Relying on local experts to cover the various regions of the world is a well chosen strategy. The Grapevine section at the beginning of each chapter provides juicy (no pun intended).

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Perfect for novices, wine enthusiasts, or experts, this book's easy-to-use style and practical advice make it an unrivaled visual reference. Updated and expanded with the latest information on all the wine-producing areas of the world. Categories: Housekeeping, leisure\Cooking. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. Witness testimony evidence.

The essential insider's guide to the world of wine, Wine Report 2004 provides readers with the latest information from every wine region, including hot tips on recent vintages and the best bargains.

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Tom Stevenson (born 1951) is a British author who has been writing about wine for more than 30 years

Tom Stevenson (born 1951) is a British author who has been writing about wine for more than 30 years.

The essential insider's guide to the world of wine, Wine Report 2004 provides readers with the latest information from every wine region, including hot tips on recent vintages and the best bargains. Helpful Top 10 lists, local prices, and good wine investments make this book a must for every wine enthusiast who wants to keep up with the constantly-changing (and sometimes daunting) world of wine.
Wine Report 2008 (Wine Report) My copy of this book arrived this morning and I am most impressed. It has a great, easy to follow lay out that is packed with useful information. It does assume that you know about wine and want to get a source of reliable information about vintage, producers and pricings from around the globe. I live in Australia but friends and myself have visited wine regions in France, USA, Chile, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa over the last twelve months and generally speaking found the comments from contributing editors to be spot on. I have a bias against Cabernet style wines and towards Pinot Noir yet it even has enough information to satisfy me in most countries. I was a little disappointed to see so little on the great Pinots from Oregon and heaps on the Cab style wines of Washington. Of course if Tom banned all comments about Cabernet and Bordeaux I would be happier but that would probably upset the wine majority who consume Cabernet style wines. In summary, quick and easy to navigate around with great information about most wine producing areas of the globe that is up to date.
For those who follow the international wine scene closely, this book is a must-have! Not very engaging for the typical wine enthusiast, but rivetting for the wine professional or anyone else interested in such things as The Greatest Wines of Texas (pick any State). Or which varieties are doing well in Belgium. Or India.
Finally a comprehensive review of the world of wines with current information. Tom's cadre of wine experts detail the latest trends & news for each region of the world. They also cover the quality of recent vintages and the reasons behind it. They even pick out top producers, up & comers as well as top notch selections for your consumption. I was especially interested in the variety of topics. To mention a few: Wine & Health, Classic Wine Vintage Guide, Wine on the Web & The 100 Most Exciting Wine Finds.
For those of us looking for current, up to date information in the world of wine this is your bible.
Great book for those of you that want to get insight into the world of wine.
Wine Report 2004 by Tom Stevenson is an exceptional reference for both the expert and the beginner. I'm in the wine business and have dozens of wine books which each have their merits. Mr. Stevenson's New Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia is one of the benchmarks of the business and is respected world over. The Wine Report 2004 is a much smaller book in comparison, but it's chock full of information. Relying on local experts to cover the various regions of the world is a well chosen strategy. The Grapevine section at the beginning of each chapter provides juicy (no pun intended) gossip for wine insiders. It's also great to read the opinions of the experts and their predictions/hopes for the future of wine in their part of the world. The information inside is as current as it gets. Simply a great pocket reference for the wine insider. Well done!
I've tried a few recommendations from the Wine Report, both domestic and European. I must say I haven't been dissappointed yet. I find the book easy to navigate through and highly informative. This book is definitely great for wine novices as well as advanced students of the vine. Thanks Tom! Well done.
The Wine Report 2004 is a very useful and easy to use resource with a comprehensive guide to wines around the world. This is a must-have for the busy person who loves travel and loves wine.