Intended for wine drinkers and professionals of any experience level, "Taste like a Wine Critic" is a concise, straight-talking guide to understanding and assessing wine quality that avoids the ambiguous and often meaningless jargon stereotypically associated with describing wine. Focusing on the essentials, this book clearly identifies, defines and examines the factors in determining wine quality, explaining in plain terms how to recognize and evaluate the importance of each contribution - giving the reader the ability to take the wine critic's seat. An experienced educator, wine critic and Master of Wine, Lisa Perrotti-Brown takes readers on a journey through the fundamental "mechanics" of wine quality and its suchness, offering wine lovers everywhere the ability to better understand, appreciate and communicate their wine discoveries.Biografía del autor:
Born and raised in rural Maine, USA, Lisa graduated from Colby College with a degree in English Literature and Performing Arts. Her wine career began by accident when, living as a struggling playwright in London after college, she stumbled into a job as the manager of a wine bar. She progressed through wine sales and marketing roles in the UK wine trade before moving to Tokyo in 2002 where she worked as a wine buyer for one of Japan's top fine wine importers and a wine educator at Tokyo's Academie du Vin. In 2008 Lisa began writing a column for Robert Parker’s website, eRobertParker.com, and later that year she achieved her Master of Wine qualification and the Madame Bollinger Medal for excellence in wine tasting. Now living in Singapore, she is the Editor in Chief for Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate and eRobertParker.com and remains the publication’s critic for the wines of Australia and New Zealand.
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Descripción Perrotti-Brown Wine Consultancy Pte Ltd. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería zk0692392130
Descripción Wine Advocate Inc., The, 2015. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110692392130