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A great tool for anyone who loves wine, and it makes a nice addition to your tasting room or cellar. -- Anthony Dias Blue, Wine Editor, WCBS Radio<br /><br />Innovative presentation and attractive graphical display provides new insight into the world of grapes and wines. -- Robin Garr, TheWineLoversPage.com<br /><br />Really out of sight. I love the scheme of it, the design and production values.. . . a great success. --Randall Grahm, Bonny Doon Vineyard
The husband and wife team of Deborah and Steve De Long combined their mutual enthusiasm for both wine and design when they started work on the Wine Grape Varietal Table over 4 years ago. Originally visual people by trade - Deborah, a home fashion designer and Steve, an architect - the table helped them to make sense of the vast and often confusing world of wine grape varieties. Over the past four years they have conducted extensive research and tastings in compiling it.
Both raised in families who love wine, and developed an early appreciation. Deborah was born in England and grew up in Hong Kong where her father served and collected fine clarets. She attended Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. Steve grew up in Oregon wine country where he developed a taste for Pinot Noir. He attended Washington University in St. Louis and Columbia University in New York.
I thought this was a bookshelf-sized version of the poster. I was wrong. This is the index to help you find the wine you're interested in, on the 2'x3' poster. Read morePublished 5 months ago by P. Grace
The chart and the accompanying booklet are very helpful in identifying varietals in other countries which my be as enjoyable as the varietals one already likesPublished 19 months ago by Viston Smith
Saw this in our local cafe/market, has decent description of many wines, made a lovely gift for my husband for his barPublished on August 31, 2013 by Betsy Jacob
As a wine tasting amateur, I found this notebook very easy to handle, and with very useful tips to learn about winePublished on May 16, 2013 by Peter Collins
Very informative, I bought it after seeing a couple wine stores in the Bay Area posting it on their walls. Good purchase if you like wines and can't remember anything about them.Published on January 23, 2013 by Sony Sarker
If you forget a particular wine varietal, type of wine, or how it's spelt, There it is.......you got the answer!Published on December 11, 2012 by pam
I saw this chart at a wine shop, and knew right away I had to have it for myself. As a newbie wine connoisseur, the Delong's table has truly been a great resource.Published on May 14, 2012 by lj
These guys made a great job. I like the table and use it during my tastings and trainings. It's easy to understand and just pleasant to look and to hold.Published on November 11, 2011 by Tatyana