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by Susy Atkins

  • ISBN: 1844004309
  • Category: Cookbooks
  • Author: Susy Atkins
  • Subcategory: Beverages & Wine
  • Other formats: azw lrf lit mbr
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Quadrille Publishing; 1ST ED edition (February 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 160 pages
  • FB2 size: 1981 kb
  • EPUB size: 1674 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
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The Really Useful Guide to Red Wine. Full bodied (most tannic) Appearance: dark red; port like; younger wines tend to be more blue-purple vs older wines are brick-brown.

The Really Useful Guide to Red Wine. 184400290X (ISBN13: 9781844002900). Cabernet Sauvignon: - Shiraz/Syrah: - Nebbiolo: Piedmont & across Italy; makes the legendary Barolo & Barbaresco; full flavoured; fruity, spicy; power, structure & tannin - ages well up to 10 yrs.

UK based wine writer and radio and TV broadcaster Susy Atkins is best known for her fresh approach to talking about wines. She selects her words like she selects her wines - thoughtfully. Pinot Noir is velvet. Shiraz is smoldering.

Susy Atkins is a well-known, award-winning wine writer and broadcaster on both TV and radio. Susy's highly acclaimed books include Wine Wisdom, Cocktails and Perfect Party Drinks, The Really Useful Guide to Red Wine and The Really Useful Guide to White Wine

Susy Atkins is a well-known, award-winning wine writer and broadcaster on both TV and radio. Susy's highly acclaimed books include Wine Wisdom, Cocktails and Perfect Party Drinks, The Really Useful Guide to Red Wine and The Really Useful Guide to White Wine. Country of Publication.

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Best red wine with turkey. Avoid the really cheap Chiantis, though - get something premium

Best red wine with turkey. For those enjoying a classic Christmas dinner, Susy recommends looking to America’s West Coast. LauriPattersonGetty Images. There’s a lot of debate on the best red to go with your classic roast turkey and trimmings. Avoid the really cheap Chiantis, though - get something premium. If you’re looking for a bottle of red for around six or seven pounds, then choose wine from warmer climes, explains Susy. Learn about wine with susy. Want to learn more about wine from Susy Atkins? Join one of her exclusive tastings and get into a festive mood with our short breaks to Bath this November.

UK based wine writer and radio and TV broadcaster Susy Atkins is best known for her fresh approach to talking about wines. She selects her words like she selects her wines - thoughtfully. Her book The Really Useful Guide to Red Wine bubbles with vibrant, sensual, descriptive language that connects readers to the tastes of wines. Pinot Noir is velvet. Shiraz is smoldering. Merlot is supple. Cabernet Sauvignon is cedar. This language helps wine enthusiasts visualize how each wine will taste - which means reading this book feels as enjoyable as the wine itself.Red Wine starts with a wide lens and then narrows its focus. Each chapter begins with an introduction to the four categories of red wine: Light, smooth reds; medium-bodied, soft reds;full-bodied reds; and roses. Then the appearance, texture, aroma and flavor are illustrated with both words and photographs. Atkins identifies two or three of the best wines in each category, such as Pinot Noir for a light, smooth red and Merlot for a medium-bodied soft red, before pinpointing the locations that produce the best of these wines.In order to put the wine in context, each chapter spends some time on pairing a specific wine with a specific dish. Light, smooth reds marry mild cheese happily; full-bodied reds demand rich stews. The individual processes for storing and serving particular wines are examined next -everyday medium reds should be served at room temperature while lighter reds should be lightly chilled. Then comes a very important section: first taste. Atkins emphasizes the first impression a wine makes in the mouth is vital; lighter reds should have a smooth texture while full-bodied reds evoke spices. Each chapter also includesa buyer's guide and details about the fermentation process. As both a wine tasting host and a writer, Susy Atkins takes wine off of its high shelf and places it on the table to be experienced.

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