Back to Wine School - Wine 101
Well, summer is officially over and for many, that means time to head back to school. We here at CFU believe that learning is a lifelong pursuit - particularly when it pertains to wine. After all, the more you drink, the more you know.
So we will be spending the month of September exploring some wine basics - everything from varietals, to regions, to wine making techniques and just about everything in between. And for those of you who are already quite wine-savvy, we'll still be providing lots of new wine reviews and recommendations. So get out your pencils and paper and feel free to ask questions or suggest topics.
I know most folks prefer to use online reference materials these days, but if you are like me and still like to peruse a good paper and ink volume now and then, I have to recommend Jancis Robinson's The Oxford Companion to Wine, 3rd Edition It is incredibly, thorough and thoroughly enjoyable to read. A great addition to any wine reference library or coffee table.
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Posted by Noël Wallace at September 2, 2008 5:00 PM