The Windows on the World Complete Wine Course is simply the bestselling wine book in the United States—it’s a classic. And this new edition contains an. Review Praise for Kevin Zraly and the Windows on the World Complete Wine Course: “Kevin Zraly is the finest wine educator I have known.”. —Robert Parker Jr. The Hardcover of the Kevin Zraly Windows on the World Complete Wine Course: Revised and Expanded Edition by Kevin Zraly at Barnes.

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A fantastic read that condenses Oenologyand perhaps even into a single resource.

Windows on the World Complete Wine Course by Kevin Zraly

With Oregon producing world class Pinot noir, this is an extreme oversight. Overall, it gave me a better understanding of the reason behind wine enthusiasts everywhere. For a book to help guide and inform you through your own tastings and wine in general that I really love is Andrea Robinson’s Great Wine Made Simple. Looking for beautiful books? I also found Zraly’s style to be a bit stuffy, especially in comparison to Oz Clarke who writes about wine with an understanding that different people experience wines differently.

May 30, Crystal Chapman rated it it was amazing Shelves: He lives in New York. Zraly seems to be coming from the attitude that there is a correct and an incorrect in understanding wine, a rigidity that I do not personally value.

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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The photography was beautiful and reminiscent of my complet spent while living up in the vines – Santa Barbara, California. Jan 11, Permies. Feb 18, Brent rated it really liked it. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. I checked out some of the videos that you can click on via QR codes and URLS throughout the book, but I didn’t find them overwhelmingly helpful.

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Oct 24, Tony Margiotta rated it it was amazing. Be the first to write a review. Had a hard time getting through the chapters on wine areas, although I love the little trivia about wine: Hardcoverpages.

More current, more informative, more concise and precise than ever, this remains the wine guide against which all others are judged. Kabinett – light semi-dry wines Spatlese – “late picking” medium-style more body and intense flavor Auslese “out picked” ripe grapes selectively chosen, medium to fuller wine Beerenauslese – “berries out picking” grapes picked individually for rich desert wines Trockenbeerenauslese – from dried grapes comes rich, sweet honeylike and expensive wine Look for four top regions: I didn’t watch them all, though, so it may have jus This is a great resource for anyone wanting an overview on wine.

Given that I couldn’t find a book called “The Wine Book” – which is what I thought it was called – I am opting to use this one. Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat: He gives you context. The book closes with a history of the restaurant Windows on the World, which sadly, is no longer around as well as some of her staff who per If you enjoy wine and have not read a copy of this book since it’s first publication way back in the 70s, go find a copy now!


A fine introduction to wine. The content is well organized and easy to follow. It describes the various types, where they are grown, how to understand the differences in quality, how to select which to buy, etc.

I’m sure ill pick this one up again in the future, it’s just that I’m not that excited to I haven’t yet made my way through this book entirely, but my impressions at my current stopping point have me favoring the other wine books I have over this one, which is why I’m putting it down for now. People who bought this also bought.

Relevant to me a big Riesling fan is some info on German wines: I was fully satified with it! A good balance of easy reading with detailed information.

Windows on the World Complete Wine Course

Don’t go for this one if windowe are a beginner, it’s a bit confusing; I found the style inaccessible outside of the classroom setting. A great zrraly that gives you just enough about each region of wine to want more. As a wine student, I liked having it as a resource and study aide, but it was also a really enjoyable read. See all 21 brand new listings. Dec 23, Tim Gannon rated it really liked it Shelves: