Eat, Drink and Be Sherry

Eat, Drink and Be Sherry
£16.95

Available in 2019


Eat Drink and be Sherry highlights the world’s most underrated fine wine.Sherry is a magnificent multi-faceted wine now very much on the ‘up’ as a popular drink and this fascinating and accessible behind the scenes ‘update’ will be of great interest to all who love good food and wine.

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Eat Drink and be Sherry highlights the world's most underrated fine wine. With over 50 years of experience in the wine industry, Ben Howkins looks outside the box to bring to life this increasingly popular drink (sales up 41% in the UK in 2017).

Howkins includes history, geography, and the production process to help position the sherry category in a wider context, with contributions from 50 of the leading sherry influencers.

Sherry is a magnificent multi-faceted wine now very much on the 'up' as a popular drink and this fascinating and accessible behind the scenes update will be of great interest to all who love good food and wine.

About the Author

Ben Howkins is regarded as the UK's foremost writer and expert on both port and sherry. He was awarded the Vintner's Scholarship in 1963, making him the youngest person to receive this award. His experience in Europe's vineyards, working with many leading vintners, informs his commitment to educate others in the enjoyment of wine.

He is a member of the Vintners Company, cofounder of Royal Tokaji, past Trustee of WSET (Wine & Spirit Educational Trust), a director of Last Drop Distillers and is currently introducing wine libraries to affluent Chinese wine lovers. Ben's other titles for Quiller include: Real Men Drink Port...and Ladies do too! (9781846891120) and Rich Rare & Red (9781846892011).

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Sub Heading The stylish renaissance of a great wine
ISBN 9781846892639
Author Ben Howkins
Binding Hardback
Extent 216 x 138mm, 192 pages
Illustrations Colour photographs
Ebook No
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