Silver Spring, MD (PRWEB) October 28, 2006
Discover the vast variety of kosher wines in this first ever handbook, "L'chaim, Users Guide to Kosher Wine 1.0" by Maurie Rosenberg.
L'chaim means "to life" in Hebrew, and what would life be without the pleasure of wine? There are literally thousands of books about wine, but Maurie Rosenberg's warm and informative "L'chaim, Users Guide to Kosher Wine 1.0" is the first manual of its kind.
In clear, easy-to-follow prose, Rosenberg makes selecting the perfect kosher wine as easy as tipping your glass. You'll learn the history of wine, the steps involved in wine making, along with what vintners are producing at the most exciting vintages. In addition, Rosenberg advises you what food goes best with what particular wine, and he supplies his own list of personal favorites, including other important information on the health benefits of wine, such as a reduction in cholesterol and bone loss.
Full of gorgeous illustrations and helpful sidebars, Rosenberg's book also provides wine recipes, wine wisdom and the perfect toasts for every Jewish occasion. So whether you like Sauvignon Blanc or a crisp Chardonnay, remember, a good kosher wine, says Maurie Rosenberg, is the wine you like. And you can't help but find one to suit your tastes in this unprecedented guide.
For more information or to request a free review copy, please contact the author. "L'chaim, Users Guide to Kosher Wine 1.0" is available for sale online at Amazon.com, Borders.com and through additional wholesale and retail channels worldwide.
About the Author
Maurie Rosenberg has been a chemical engineer, a management consultant, and a business manager in ceramic design, engineering and sales. Currently living in Silver Spring, Maryland, he sails, skin dives, plays the guitar and studies astronomy.
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