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Making Sense of Wine - A Study In Sensory Perception

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Title:Making Sense of Wine - A Study In Sensory Perception
Price:AUD$14.00 (about USD$9.50)
Book ID:LB00-228049
Publisher:International Wine Academy, Australia, 1995
Edition:Fourth Edition
Illustrator:Paul Rigby
Condition:Very Good Condition
International Wine Academy, 1995, Softcover, Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Fourth Edition, Illustrated By: Paul Rigby

Foreword by Robert Mondavi. International Wine Academy director, Alan Young has taught wine appreciation classes from Australia to Napa California and from Hong Kong to Bordeaux France. His depth of experience with all wines of the world, combined with a scientific approach to sensory evaluation of wines provides an authoritative and user friendly book. A serious discussion of the nature and role of sight, smell, touch and taste in the evaluation of wine, combined with practical exercises to improve sensory perception. 167 pages. Illustrator: Paul Rigby. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Cookery, Food & Wine::Wines; Cooking, Wine & Dining; ISBN: 0864360355. ISBN/EAN: 9780864360359. Inventory No: 228049.
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