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The anti-wine guide

The anti-wine guide

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  • Publisher: Dunod
  • Publication date: 03/2022
  • Number of pages: 144
  • Dimensions: 12.5 x 19 cm
  • Weight: 240g
  • Format: Softcover
  • ISBN: 9782100831906

Presentation :

Is an expensive wine necessarily good? Should you tilt the flute when serving champagne? Why does Beaujolais Nouveau smell like bananas? What is the difference between a sweet wine and a sweet wine? Why are red wine bottles green? By answering all these questions that we dare not ask, the professor. Fabrizio Bucella introduces people to wine in an original and fun way.
Through 130 subjects, which range from production to consumption, including vines, the history of wine, oenological science and food pairings, it torpedoes preconceived ideas, highlights crucial points and enriches our knowledge of the world of wine with astonishing anecdotes. Did you know that weevils have been taken to court for their harmful action on vines?

The author:

Fabrizio Bucella is a physicist, doctor of science and university professor at the Free University of Brussels. He teaches in the masters 2 courses in vine and wine law at the University of Bordeaux and in wine and spirits law at the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne. He is also a sommelier and directs the Inter Wine & Dine oeunology school in Brussels. Published by Dunod, he is the author of successful titles Why do we drink wine? or My food and wine pairing course.

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