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From The World S Most Respected Wine Critic, The Essential Guide To Wine In 100 PagesWine Is Now One Of The Most Popular Drinks In The World Many Wine Drinkers Wish They Knew About It Without Having To Understand Every Detail Or Go On A Wine Course.In The 24 Hour Wine Expert, Jancis Robinson Shares Her Expertise With Authority, Wit And Approachability From The Difference Between Red And White, To The Shape Of Bottles And Their Labels, Descriptions Of Taste, Colour And Smell, To Pairing Wine With Food And The Price Quality Correlation, Robinson Helps Us Make The Most Of This Mysteriously Delicious Drink.Jancis Robinson Has Been Called The Most Respected Wine Critic And Journalist In The World ByDecantermagazine In 1984 She Was The First Person Outside The Wine Trade To Qualify As A Master Of Wine The Financial Times Wine Writer, She Is The Author Editor Of Dozens Of Wine Books, Including Wine GrapesAllen Lane , The Oxford Companion To Wine OUP And The World Atlas Of Wine Mitchell Beazley Her Award Winning Website, Www.JancisRobinson.com Has Subscribers In 100 Countries. The 24-Hour Wine Expert


About the Author: Jancis Robinson

Jancis Mary Robinson OBE, MW is a British wine critic, journalist and editor of wine literature She currently writes a weekly column for the Financial Times, and writes for her website jancisrobinson.com She also provides advice for Queen Elizabeth II s wine cellar.Robinson studied mathematics and philosophy at Oxford University and worked for a travel company after leaving university Robinson



10 thoughts on “The 24-Hour Wine Expert

  1. says:

    In October of 2017, I was approached by one of the country s top wineries and presented with free tuition for the WSET Level 1 Award Even though I still had months to go and knew practically everything relevant to this level I took it upon myself to educate myself in every way possible Among the very first books I bought was Jancis Robinson s The 24 Hour Wine Expert The book promises to g


  2. says:

    Exactly what the title says. well, I wouldn t say you would be an expert, but you could certainly be able to pick out an appropriate wine, and maybe let down your hair and try a few you wouldn t normally buy.


  3. says:

    Hi Jancis, can I call you Jancis I m writing in regards to your 24 hour Wine Expert book It was a delightful read throughout, but I have a few concerns I d like to address with you my friend Ryan he s a wine specialist, although I m not sure if of the 24 hour variety said I could write to you.First, I think the title is confusing will I become a wine expert only if I read the book within 24 hou


  4. says:

    I would recommend this as a starting point for anyone who wants to learn about wine I think I learned a lot although I imagine I ll be referring back to it regularly and maybe sometimes keeping it in my bag it s size comes in handy there...


  5. says:

    If you are holding a glass of wine and thinking that you wish you knew a little bit about this fascinating liquid, for your own sake or for keeping up the basic conversations this is a good place to start Oh, and Robinso...


  6. says:

    Summer Reading Challenge 6 27Short Sweet Read a book that is less than 100 pages or a book you can finish in one sitting The 24 Hour Wine Expert clocks in at a whopping 111 pages, and I was able to finish it in one sitting.This book packs a lot of information into those few pages While I definitely too...


  7. says:

    Makes for a very interesting first read through, and an ideal one to keep and use as a reference book when needed especially when it has such a beautiful front cover.


  8. says:

    Informative, interesting I most liked the tasting exercises and will be completing those I actually wish there was of that and less on the wine regions.


  9. says:

    By Bill Marsano, from a pre publication copy I ve been writing about wine and spirits for about three decades, and one of the amusing parts of the job is reading the become an expert overnight articles published by the slicks the major monthly national magazines that are printed on shiny paper They re invariably full of misinformation and outright errors, and they re usually written but people who know very litt


  10. says:

    Fun and easy read Compact with than the basics If you love wine and you want to learn a little about this sophisticated drink, Jancis has made it possible The book is inexpensive and pocket size Buy it, read it and try all the suggested taste test You won t be disappointed I promise I even bought a set o...


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