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ESSENTIAL WINE TASTING GUIDE (Japanese language version)
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9799790007115
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50 g
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ESSENTIAL WINE TASTING GUIDE (Japanese language version)

- Livre en langue etrangère -

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What is it?
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How often have you been at a winery tasting room nosing a glass of wine, and you think 'I know what that aroma is' but you just can't put a name to it, even though it's on the tip of your tongue..... literally. Then you start to think about all those wine books that you have sitting back at home, and how you don't have these with you when you need them the most.
What you need is something that is light, portable, discreet, and compact enough to fit into your pocket, purse, or wallet. Something that provides you with essential bite sized chunks of information about wine tasting and acts as a quick reference guide, or a useful prompt.
The Essential Wine Tasting Guide©, developed as a result of experiences such as this, is the culmination of ten years of wine tasting notes and extensive research of major grape varieties and wine styles within the classic wine growing regions of the world.
Slip it out, open it up, and it unfolds to reveal 34 mini-pages of compact wine tasting information to help guide you in the analytical tasting of wine.
Features include

Sparkling, white, red, dessert and fortified wines including Brandy, Madeira, Tokaji & Sherry
Major and emerging international wine grape varieties & wine styles
Over 1 000 tactile and varietal wine aroma descriptors
Wine descriptor groups
Wine colour comparison guide
Faults in wine
Scoring wine
Temperature serving guide
Neutral white background for wine colour assessment

All this, and it's only the size of a credit card! You will quickly realise, along with many international wine professionals, that the Essential Wine Tasting Guide© is a extremely useful wine tool, that is...well, essential!
What does it do?
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The Essential Wine Tasting Guide© is used as a

Key reference and educational resource for wine enthusiasts, consumers, professionals and students
Standardised wine tasting vocabulary to demystify wine talk which can seem so intimidating at first
Useful prompt for even the most experienced professional
Practical wine appreciation and tasting guide to use when tasting, selecting or purchasing wine

The Essential Wine Tasting Guide© contains:-
Three distinct categories to help you focus on your aroma and flavour notes for over 30 different wine grape varieties and wine styles, by listing the most common aromatic descriptors for :-
icon Fruit Influence * icon Bottle Age Character * icon Winemakers Influence.
A vivid colour chart provides an objective way to evaluate the colour of the wine in your glass, and provides lists of terms to use to describe the appearance of the wine regarding its Clarity, Depth and Liveliness.
An extensive list of tactile and taste descriptors to help you describe characteristics such as Balance, Body, Consistency, Age, Alcoholic Strength, Astringency, Bitterness, Carbon Dioxide, Tannins, Structure, Intensity, Complexity, Acidity, Sweetness, Length and Finish.
A comprehensive list of descriptors to help you define your overall impression of a wine.
A concise description of wine faults that guides you in detecting any problems you might unexpectedly meet in a glass of wine.
Recommended serving temperatures for a variety of wine styles to enhance your enjoyment of the wine.
A scorecard for you to independently rate a wine and be your own judge.
Who can use it?
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The Essential Wine Tasting Guide© is for everyone who enjoys wine, including the :-

wine novice who wants to acquire a wine specific vocabulary
wine enthusiast who wants to increase their professional wine knowledge and vocabulary
those who want to enhance their experience of winetasting and broaden their selection of wine styles
anyone who is left speechless at tastings!

It is also widely used by people directly involved in the wine industry, including:-

winemakers and wine judges when assessing wines
cellar door or wine tasting staff of wineries for staff and consumer training
wine educators as a concise wine appreciation resource
wine marketers as a quick-reference guide
retail staff for writing shelf talkers
hospitality staff for instant wine knowledge
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