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How To Pronounce French, German, and Italian Wine Names (Let's Learn!)
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How To Pronounce French, German, and Italian Wine Names (Let's Learn!)

- Livre en langue etrangère -

by Diana Bellucci
From the Back Cover
"For the American wine lover who may have a French wine one night, a Spanish wine the next, and an Italian wine on the third, pronouncing wine names correctly is not just a matter of accuracy, it's a way of being comfortable with the wines you drink. This is one of the best and most effective methods I've seen on the subject." ~ Karen MacNeil, author of The Wine Bible
"Even if you know wine, do these names flow as effortlessly off your tongue as a vintage port into a decanter? Ycoden-Daute-Isora, Sforzato, Auxerrois and (gulp) Königsschaffhauser Steingrüble? Finally, a guide for the linguistically challenged (which includes me)." ~ Michael Lonsford, wine columnist, Houston Chronicle
"I found Bellucci's book very informative and an excellent tool in breaking down the barriers of intimidation for wine lovers. This is an articulate guide to the sounds of wine, from vineyard to glass. I know I'll keep my copy within arms length." ~ Joe Borrello, Executive Director, Tasters Guild International and author of Ask The Wine Guy
"This book is a lifesaver. Its simple pronunciation rules and multitude of examples mean you can say wine names with confidence even if you don't speak French, German, Italian, Spanish or Portuguese. Now you need not fear ordering or discussing any wine your heart or palate fancies." ~ Harold J. Baer, Jr., Managing Editor, Colorado Wine News
ED : Bellucci (2004), 15x23 cm, 347 pages, paperback
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