Attractively created and fantastically illustrated, this handy-sized guide is a helpful introduction to the various wines. Wine is an alcoholic beverage made of the fermentation of grape juice. The natural chemical balance of grapes is such that they can ferment without the addition of sugars, acids, enzymes or different nutrients. In essence, this book addresses the question of the way to act creating a 'real wine'. This provides a thread of continuity that ties along each of the chapters. These embrace a number of the most contentious yet very important issues encompassing wine these days, as well as site selection, planting the vines, organic and biodynamic culture, alternative or grape selection, wine creating techniques, what constitutes a wine fault, and creating cash. Reading this book is a great pleasure, partly as a result of it's superbly illustrated and arranged out, but also as a result of it's well written and extremely informative.
From techniques for assessing wine properties and quality, together with physiological, psychological, and chemical science sensory analysis, to the most recent information on kinds of wine, the author guides the reader to a transparent and applicable understanding of the assemblage method.
|Book Author||V.K. Sharma|