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by Andrea Immer

  • ISBN: 0767915453
  • Category: Cookbooks
  • Author: Andrea Immer
  • Subcategory: Beverages & Wine
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Broadway (September 28, 2004)
  • Pages: 272 pages
  • FB2 size: 1750 kb
  • EPUB size: 1609 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 747
Download Andrea Immer's 2005 Wine Buying Guide for Everyone (Andrea Robinson's Wine Buying Guide for Everyone) fb2

Redirected from Andrea Immer Robinson). Andrea Robinson (or Andrea Immer-Robinson) is an American sommelier, chef, television personality, and author.

Redirected from Andrea Immer Robinson). She is one of thirty-two women Master Sommeliers in the world and was the first woman to be named by the Sommelier Society of America as the best sommelier in the United States, which occurred in 1997. She has been the recipient of three James Beard Awards.

For the first time, all eight books of this epic series are presented in a single deluxe hardcover volume.

I enjoy Andrea Immer's approach to wine. She makes it fun and easily understandable. Great little reference book

I enjoy Andrea Immer's approach to wine. Great little reference book. Its also small emough to be able to put into a largeer purse or bag so you can carry it with you when you are wine shopping. Published by Thriftbooks.

Andrea Robinson (or Andrea Immer-Robinson) is an American . As a writer, she has written numerous books about wine appreciation. New York: Broadway (2005).

Andrea Robinson (or Andrea Immer-Robinson) is an American sommelier, chef, television personality, and author. She is one of eighteen women Master Sommeliers in the world and was the first woman to be named by the Sommelier Society of America as the best sommelier in the United States, which occurred in 1997  .

Andrea Immer has one of the world's best, and least pretentious, wine palates. In her debut cookbook she proves that her taste in food is just as finely honed and down-to-earth. Presenting 125 recipes that pair magnificently with wine, she shows how to bring these great flavor combinations to the dinner table-with minimum fuss and at minimal cost. Her food and wine matches are guaranteed to make even weeknight meals special occasions. Andrea Immer has one of the world's best, and least pretentious, wine palates.

Great Wine Made Simple: Straight Talk from a Master Sommelier - Absolutely excellent book for diate .

Great Wine Made Simple: Straight Talk from a Master Sommelier - Absolutely excellent book for diate, DIY wine education, including detailed instructions on setting up your own tastings to experience each aspect of the wine. A collection of my tasty travels and mindful musings. It is rather straightforward to like one flavor, but stay open to trying new wines. Wine Parties Taste Made Fine Wine Make It Simple Wine Making Wine Recipes Wines Easy Meals Wine Pairings.

Now in its third edition, the ultimate buying guide to America’s most popular and accessible winesCompletely updated with more than 200 new choices in a survey of more than 650 of the country’s top-selling wines, Andrea Immer’s buying guide is dedicated to the best-quality, most popular, and readily available wines found in stores and restaurants. In addition to giving the lowdown on taste and value, this compact resource is packed with unique features such as:• Candid “from the trenches” comments from consumers and wine pros alike • Results of “kitchen survivor tests,” revealing how every wine fares as a leftover • Immersion Course: easy lessons in label reading and wine list decoding • Immer’s Best Bets for solving every buying dilemma, from hip wines to impress a date to blue-chip choices for a client • Listings of the year’s top-performing wines at every price level, from steal to splurge
Reviews about Andrea Immer's 2005 Wine Buying Guide for Everyone (Andrea Robinson's Wine Buying Guide for Everyone) (4):
Kann
I enjoy Andrea Immer's approach to wine. She makes it fun and easily understandable. This buying guide lists the price range, her notes and what I think is best of all, how long a bottle lasts after it has been opened.

Great little reference book. Its also small emough to be able to put into a largeer purse or bag so you can carry it with you when you are wine shopping.
Quemal
I wish this author would write a book every year....It gives reviews on all wines and even the best reasonable wines. Every year she was spot on with the reasonable excellent wines.
Arryar
This book succeeds in what it aspires to do: make wine-buying an unintimidating act. So many Americans think of wine as a special-occasion indulgence, and that it can't possibly be good if isn't expensive, as opposed to the more European attitude that a glass of wine (or two) is an everyday thing. Naturally, to have wine as a more everyday life- and food-enhancer, unless you're a multi-millionaire, you'll want to know about good wines in different price categories. Immer's non-snobbish approach led her to include an under-$12 category, for which I am grateful. (Who'd have thought a $7 Chardonnay from Vons Market, Lindeman's Bin 65 from Australia, could be this good?) In just a few skims, I already feel far more knowledgeable about wine than I did before. I've already tried some of her recommendations and have been very pleased. I've tended to stick to the same few wines due to disappointments when I've experimented (based more on label appeal than anything else!) but now I know of literally hundreds of wines that I'd like to try. The layout of this book is very user friendly and it's small and lightweight enough to bring on a shopping trip.

This is not a book for the connoisseur who loves hard-to-find wines but is geared toward the buyer of wines you'll find in many American restaurants and merchants such as grocery stores.
Impala Frozen
I'm impressed that this tells how long different wines will last after opening either at room temperature or in a refrigerator. That is something I haven't seen before.

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