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The Pleasantness of Wine: The Method...
Luca Maroni
 
This volume clearly explains the wine tasting method adopted, thus allowing everyone the possibility of sharing both the evaluations and a scoring system with a professional wine taster.
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Paul Bocuse: Simply Delicious
Paul Bocuse; Jean-Charles Vaillant
 
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