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Wine Secrets
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The bible of wine information is The Oxford Companion to Wine by Jancis Robinson. Jancis is a Master of Wine and widely regarded as a leading authority on all things wine. She writes a regular column for the Financial Times newspaper in London, England.

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The Wine & Spirit Education Trust offers some of the best wine courses in the world, which are now available in twentyeight countries and eight languages.

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To keep abreast of best buys and producers, subscribe to Decanter magazine. As far as I am concerned, it is the best wine magazine on the market. Learning More about Wine

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Starting a wine-tasting group with friends is a great way to try wines affordably and learn about different styles. Pool funds, buy some wines, and share thoughts on very good bottles. Then, pull straws to take home the remains.

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Joining a wine club is a way to band together with other enthusiasts to buy wine, learn more about the topic, and attend tastings. Major wine clubs include the Opimian Society in Canada, The Wine Society in the UK, and The American Wine Society in the U.S.

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Most great wine regions have routes to follow that will take you cellar to cellar. I can't think of a better way to learn about wine.

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Tim Atkin's wine column in The Observer newspaper in London is one of the best. He not only knows wine inside and out from years of experience and expertise as a Master of Wine, but his writing is witty, accessible, and frank. Always a pleasure to read.

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Don't just read about it, drink it.

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Keep a wine journal and record your thoughts on every wine you taste— even if it's just a few words. Track those that impress you.

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Andrew Jefford's writing on wine is among the most eloquent. He writes a regular column for Decanter magazine that's usually infused with poetic prose and a philosophical slant. He has written a number of books including The New France, which has won two major literary awards so far.

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  • American Wine - Wines of New York State
  • American Wine - Wines of Oregon,Washington, and Idaho
  • Argentinean Wine
  • Australian Wine
  • Austrian Wine
  • Buying Great Wine
  • Canadian Wine
  • Central and Eastern European Wine
  • Chilean Wine
  • Detecting Faulty Wine
  • French Wine - Wines of Alsace
  • French Wine - Wines of Bordeaux
  • French Wine - Wines of Burgundy
  • French Wine - Wines of Champagne
  • French Wine - Wines of Languedoc and Roussillon
  • French Wine - Wines of Provence and Corsica
  • French Wine - Wines of Rhône
  • French Wine - Wines of Southwest France
  • German Wine
  • Giving the Gift of Wine
  • Knowing When to Drink It
  • Mediterranean Wine
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  • New Zealand Wine
  • Ordering Wine in a Restaurant
  • Pairing Food and Wine
  • Portuguese Wine
  • Portuguese Wine - Madeira
  • Portuguese Wine - Port
  • Serving Wine Like a Professional
  • South African Wine
  • Spanish Wine - Sherry
  • Spanish Wine - Wines of Central and Southern Spain
  • Spanish Wine - Wines of Northeast Spain
  • Spanish Wine - Wines of Northwest Spain
  • Spanish Wine - Wines of Ribera del Duero
  • Spanish Wine - Wines of Rioja
  • Swiss Wine
  • Talking the Talk—Wine Terminology
  • Tasting Wine Like a Professional
  • Trade Secrets - Storing Wine
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  • Vin de Pays
  • Wine from the Rest of the World
  • Wines of Northeast Italy
  • Wines of Northwest Italy
  • Wines of Southern Italy and the Islands
  • Wines of the Rest of Central Italy
  • Wines of the Rest of France
  • Wines of the Rest of the United States
  • Wines of Tuscany
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