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Wine expert and broadcaster, John Radford, shows you the basics of wine. Also discover why there's a large markup on wine, and also sample the delights of Bulgarian wine. Also join John on an amusing journey to find a pink elephant!

Entertaining and informative - a must for anyone wanting to know the first thing about wine.

©2008 John Radford (P)2008 RedRok Media

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  • Audrey
  • Dublin Ireland
  • 09-12-10

Great for someone starting out

This was very short audio book for a beginners guide. I felt it wasnt worth the space on my ipod.

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not worth buying

Very poor effort - don't waste your money.

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  • Sarah
  • 06-04-09

Doesn't teach you much about wine

The broadcaster speaks in a really fast british accent so you are forced to pay close attention to catch everything he is saying. The first 10 minutes tell you a little about what's involved with tasting wine the rest isn't so relevant to those wanting to learn about wine.

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  • Matthew
  • 01-05-10

Rather useless.

First, they seem to have selected a nearly random selection of things to discuss. Rieslings, Chardonnays, and then Bulgarian wine. His descriptions are not terribly useful or comprehensible (comparing a good riesling to petrol?). Skip this. It is simply not worth the time. It does not provide enough data for the expert or a useful structure for the beginner.

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