Wine Hack Book: Education that Starts with Your Mouth Not with Your Head
Have you ever read a wine description in a newspaper review or a food and wine magazine and immediately hated the author?
“Aromas of cumquat, Florence fennel, and dragon fruit dance in the glass with layers of cassis, veal stock, and dried sage on the palate, finishing long and velvety.”
Thanks, Dickens, but will I actually like this wine as much as you enjoyed writing that little poem?
Am I drinking a fruit salad or a vegetable-pie smoothie? Would you describe Coca-Cola like that? How about chicken noodle soup?
What is so different about wine?
Wine expert Jeffrey Schiller offers an insider perspective of the wine industry, and takes a new approach to wine education that involves a little less reading and a lot more tasting. In his new book, Wine Hack which you can download for free today, Schiller helps simplify things by boiling down every drink to four factors that can describe every wine on the planet.
From there, is an interactive guide that teaches readers how to differentiate the subtle undertones in wines, how to describe them like a pro, and even how to properly pair them with different foods.
Even inexperienced wine drinkers can become well-versed in the different attributes of wine, ensuring that they always pick a wine they’ll love, and even impress their friends while they’re at it. Finding a great Sauvignon Blanc doesn’t have to be hard. Learn how to differentiate the subtle undertones in wines, how to describe them like a pro, and even how to properly pair them with different foods.
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