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Drink more fizz! - Jonathan Ray

9781787130791
Title
Drink more fizz! - 100 of the world's greatest champagnes and sparkling wines to drink with abandon
Author
Jonathan Ray
format
Hardback
Type
BOOK
Publisher
Quadrille Publishing
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20171019

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This new book by leading wine writer, Jonathan Ray, teaches you everything there is to know about fizz by covering the 100 best types, and explaining the key facts so that you can become a bubbly expert.

There are so many sparkling wines from all over the world that there's something out there to suit every budget, taste and occasion. Wines featured in this delightfully fun book include types of Champagne, prosecco, cava, crmant, the dazzling rare and precious sparkling ice wine, and everything in between. With characteristic humour and accessibility, Jonathan takes you through the stories and qualities behind the wines and producers, and even gives recipes for some extra-special Champagne cocktails. There is also information about the right kind of glass, the varying sweetness of Champagne, and both a glossary of terms and a wine map are included.

And if you can't afford traditional bubbles, don't worry. Prosecco is the new Champagne! But get there quick - it's become so popular in recent times that supplies of it are in danger of running out...

Jonathan Ray is drinks editor of the Spectator. Prior to this he was drinks editor of GQ and spent many years as wine editor of the Daily Telegraph. He was also the anonymous Bar Spy for Imbibe magazine. He is the author of several books on wine - translated into over a dozen languages and with combined sales of almost 300,000 copies. As well as his regular drinks columns, he has written on food, travel, lifestyle and many other subjects for the Spectator, the Guardian, Decanter, the New Statesman, the Daily Mail and the Mail on Sunday.

Keyword Index
Wine and wine making.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
176