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Your Comprehensive Guide to Wines
Featuring Ronn Wiegand, Master Sommelier & Master of Wine, Your Host & Tour Guide to Wines of the World.
Take a multimedia tour of the greatest wine-producing regions in the world.
Wines of the World is an interactive reference which offers a wealth of information to enhance your appreciation of fine wines. Experienced and novice wine connoisseurs will find Wines of the World an indispensable resource.
Discover how to analyze wine by taste and color.
Use wine label information to make smart purchasing decisions.
Learn about blending, bottling, and storage techniques.
View video clips that demonstrate how to open, decant, and serve wine.
Learn wine tasting with wine expert Bob Bellus and noted Master Sommelier Fred Dame.
The Wine Browser.
Search a database of more than 40,000 wines by type, vintage, producer, quality, price, and value.
Add your own comments to individual wines.
Create your own database of personal favorites.
Find out what the experts say about a wine's "Quality rating" - the best advice you can get on selecting a good wine.
Print your search results for shopping and selection reference.
Learn about grape harvesting and fermentation.
Discover how location, climate, soil, and other factors affect taste and quality.
H Add to your understanding of wines with a handy on-line glossary.
View detailed maps of the major wine-producing regions around the globe.
Wine producers narrate descriptions of wine-making processes for each major region.
Beautiful photographs and videos bring wine countries to life.
Requirements: MPC or equivalent, 33 MHz 80486DX or better, Minimum 8 MB RAM, DOS 5.0 or later, Microsoft Windows 3.1, double speed CD-ROM Drive, SVGA monitor/display at 256 colors, Sound Blaster compatible audio board, Mouse.
Requirements: Macintosh 68040 processor or better, System 7.1 or later, minimum 8MB physical RAM with minimum 5MB free, color Macintosh (256+ colors, 13" monitor minimum), double speed CD-ROM drive, QuickTime 2.0 or higher.
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