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More About This Title The Wine, Beer, and Spirits Handbook: A Guide to Styles and Service
The International Culinary Schoolsat The Art Institutes is North America's largest system of culinary programs with over 30 locations and more than 6,000 students. Based on classical Escoffier, Asian, and Latin culinary techniques, with an emphasis on progressive trends and practices, the schools’ curriculum is designed to develop and sharpen fundamental cooking techniques and professional skills and introduce a variety of international cuisines. Internships, student-run school restaurants, guest lectures and Web-based seminars, and study abroad programs help broaden the scope of learning for students.
PART ONE: Introduction to Wine.
1 What Makes Wines Taste Different?
2 How Wine Is Made.
3 The Science of Wine Tasting.
4 Wine Storage and Service.
5 Food and Wine Pairing.
6 The Health Aspects of Alcohol.
PART TWO: Wines from International Grapes.
8 Pinot Noir.
9 Cabernet Sauvignon.
11 Sauvignon Blanc.
PART THREE: Wines from White Grapes.
15 The Aromatics.
16 Light and Crisp White Wines.
17 Fat and Full.
PART FOUR: Wines from Black Grapes.
18 Light and Fresh.
19 Soft and Juicy.
20 Full and Tannic.
21 Rich and Spicy.
PART FIVE: Sparkling and Fortifi ed Wines.
22 Sparkling Wines and How They Are Made.
23 Fortifi ed Wines.
24 Sparkling and Fortifi ed Wine Service.
PART SIX: Beer, Spirits, and Liqueurs.
26 How Spirits and Liqueurs Are Made.
27 Fruit-Based Spirits.
28 Grain-based Spirits.
29 Vegetable-Based Spirits.
PART SEVEN: The Role of the Sommelier.
30 In the Dining Room.
31 Wine List Creation and Menu Matching.
32 Cellar Management and Product Research.
33 Understanding Wine Faults.
Appendix A: Maps.
Appendix B: Label Terminology.
Appendix C: Legislation.