From Kansas to Kenya: An Uncommon Road for Wine Lovers uses the over forty years of personal experiences and globetrotting travels of the author to suggest how the reader can become his or her own wine authority. He has traveled to more than one hundred countries, including every major and most minor wine-producing nations. Join him along old and new wine roads of the world to enjoy both the simple and exotic tastes of the vine and to share his appreciation of the history and foods that enhance the world's most renowned beverage. The wine world has much more to offer than Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, and Cabernet Sauvignon, and this book casually introduces the reader to surprisingly affordable yet equally discriminating wine alternatives. Consider the author's recommendations for wine-related travel and wine choices to broaden your own wine knowledge. This practical and equally humorous approach to wine appreciation will both educate and amuse. The reader will gain confidence that their personal wine tasting experiences are the best guide to sensible and pleasurable wine consumption.A Memoir and Guide to the Simple Enjoyment of Wine Wayne R. Schreiner ... There was no advertised Clare Valley wine road in 1990, but Highway 83, which connects Adelaide with points north, ... origin of this unique ripening process is the appassimento method used in Italy, in which the stems holding the grape clusters.
|Title||:||From Kansas to Kenya: an Uncommon Road for Wine Lovers|
|Author||:||Wayne R. Schreiner|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2009-11|