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November 2, 2005 | Leslie Brenner, Times Staff Writer
IT'S that time of year: In the bookstores, the shelves are positively sagging with the fruits of wine and spirits writers' labors. Yet, this season, one volume stands out from the rest. The author is Vincent Gasnier, a master sommelier, and the book, "Drinks," has a subtitle whose length hints at the volume's breadth: "Enjoying, Choosing, Storing, Serving, and Appreciating Wines, Beers, Cocktails, Spirits, Aperitifs, Liqueurs and Ciders."
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November 2, 2005 | Leslie Brenner, Times Staff Writer
IT'S that time of year: In the bookstores, the shelves are positively sagging with the fruits of wine and spirits writers' labors. Yet, this season, one volume stands out from the rest. The author is Vincent Gasnier, a master sommelier, and the book, "Drinks," has a subtitle whose length hints at the volume's breadth: "Enjoying, Choosing, Storing, Serving, and Appreciating Wines, Beers, Cocktails, Spirits, Aperitifs, Liqueurs and Ciders."
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January 10, 2007 | Leslie Brenner, Times Staff Writer
VINCENT GASNIER, a Britain-based master sommelier, has put together a volume that seems appealing at first glance -- thanks to its smart design and attractive photos. Pick it up and start reading, though, and like many other comprehensive wine books, it's a snore. But buried in the middle of "A Taste for Wine" (DK Publishing, $20) is a mini-volume that's very interesting, indeed.
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