Harvey Steiman, Editor at Large, California
Tasting Beat: Australia, New Zealand, Oregon, Washington
Harvey Steiman, 52, tastes and reports on a wide variety of wine types, but his
primary areas of responsibility as a critic are Australia and the Pacific Northwest.
Steiman joined Wine Spectator in 1984, after serving as food and wine editor of
the San Francisco Examiner.
Wine Spectator recently published Steiman's Essentials of Wine, a comprehensive
introduction to wine basics.
ESSENTIALS OF WINE
by Wine Spectator editor-at-large Harvey Steiman
With his signature wit and informality, Wine Spectator's long-time columnist and
editor-at-large, Harvey Steiman, brings together the basics. In this book you'll
- how to find the best value in a wine you'll like -- in any price range and for any
- how to buy, store, serve and taste wine like a pro
- how different grape varieties and wine-producing regions make wine taste the way
- the two simple principles that will help you find the right wine for dinner, plus
advice on how to fine-tune your food and wine matches
- and much, much more
A comprehensive introduction to the wine basics, Essentials of Wine offers a complete
resource for both newcomers seeking to learn the fundamentals and for seasoned wine
lovers who want to expand their knowledge.
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