Had a Glass 2015

Had a Glass 2015

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The Globe and Mail best-seller, and #1 best-selling wine guide in British Columbia, is back! James Nevison's annual, unpretentious guide for everyday wine is back, with the top 100 wallet-friendly wines for 2015. In this expertly selected collection, you will find the very best value for your money across white, pink, red, sparkling, and fortified wines. Get the scoop on $10 wines that taste like they're $30, and $20 bottles that will knock your socks off! Had a Glass 2015 points wine drinkers in the right direction, towards a good bottle that won't break the bank. With Had a Glass 2015 in hand, you can navigate the wine aisles in confidence, guaranteed to find great-tasting, great-value wines.Tips a€c The above chart provides general guidelines, but personal preference trumps suggestions. a€c Lighterred wines (suchas Gamay Noir and Valpolicella) areoften enjoyable served abit cooler, especiallywhen the weather is warm. Conversely, richer ... the dregs around! Food and Wine Wine without food is like treble without.

Title:Had a Glass 2015
Author:James Nevison
Publisher:Appetite by Random House - 2014-10-28


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