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Wine scares some people. It makes others inflexible. One of America’s most renowned wine teachers says just relax and enjoy the delicious possiblities wine has to offer. Karen MacNeil demystifies everything from choosing to serving to drinking wine.
- Karen MacNeil author of "The Wine Bible," chairperson of the Wine Department at the Culinary Institute of America, and 2004 winner of the "Outstanding Wine and Spirits Professional" award from the James Beard Foundation.
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