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We at ExposedWines.com recommend you the following ways how to learn more about wine:

 

Books:

Get the World Atlas of Wine - quick and easy resource to get a wine reference.

Want a very quick pocket reference? Get the absolute bestseller - Hugh Johnson's Pocket Wine Book 2012.

Want an easy-going beginner wine course? Essential Wine Tasting: The complete practical winetasting course

Classic book. Get yourself an updated version of The Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia: The Classic Reference to the Wines of the World

We introduce a very thorough reference to the world of wine:Hugh Johnson's Wine Companion: The Encyclopedia of Wines, Vineyards and Winemakers

Such a great masterpiece! You would love this huge reference book! The Wine Opus


Well, if you do not know Jancis Robinson then you should get acquainted with her work! Her works are very pleasant read, without pressure so to speak! Jancis Robinson's Wine Course: A Guide to the World of Wine

 

Finally if you are ready to get some knowledge quest you can do a brilliant wine tour - check the offers on DoSomethingDifferent.com

 

For more options on flights and hotels just visit Expedia UK.

 

Tastings are proudly offered by your local Majestic store

There's a real antipodean flavour to Majestic promotion, with 20% off New Zealand and 20% off Australia. Experience southern sunshine in a glass by ordering these wonderful wines.

Fancy a Wine Course, a Wine Walk or a Wine Evening? Book an Event for you!

 

Get some exciting DVDs:

Oz and James's Big Wine Adventure: Complete BBC Series 1 & 2 Box Set.

Bottle Shock - a very pleasant movie. Relax well with it!

Mondovino (2004)


Château Latour 1996, Pauillac, 1er Cru Classé

“A spectacular Latour, the 1996 may be the modern day clone of the 1966, only riper... An opaque purple color is followed by phenomenally sweet, pure aromas of cassis infused wit...

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Château de Sainte Gemme 2008, Haut-Médoc

Until 1962, Château Sainte Gemme was effectively part of Lachesnaye, but it was bought by the eminent Jean Boutellier who began to bottle the estate's wine as a brand in its own r...

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