- Hardcover: 36 pages
- Publisher: Everyday Genius Institute; 2nd edition (2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0984454543
- ISBN-13: 978-0984454549
- Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 0.5 x 9.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 56 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #915,538 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Taste Wine Like a Pro - Think Like a Genius Wine Master [Book & DVD - Wine Tasting, Wine Pairing, Education, Sommelier] Hardcover – Print + DVD, 2010
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Tim Gaiser is the "real deal" and well-respected in the somm community, so I will give him the benefit of the doubt and assume that when he made the decision to associate his Master Sommelier brand with the Everyday Genius Institute (the publisher of this worthless product) he either: a) was incapacitated by an overdose of first growth bordeaux, b) was temporarily insane, and/or c) was desperate for some fast cash. Even if you are a visitor from a galaxy far, far away and have just been introduced to this thing we Earthlings call "wine", the content of this DVD and pamphlet (WARNING: you will not be receiving a book) is so elementary and banal that you could find more useful AND FREE OF COST insights about wine tasting plastered all over the internet STARTING WITH http://www.timgaiser.com/how-to-taste-wine.html.
Albeit as basic as it can possibly get, Tim Gaiser's remarks are made even more inane by the periodic insertion of the Everyday Genius Institute's own Everyday Genius Institute's own Tim Hallbom, a so-called "behavioral scientist" of self-proclaimed world reknown who attempts to help the reader deconstruct Tim Gaiser's wine tasting genius into its elemental building-blocks (so you too can taste wine as easily as Tim Gaiser). Mr. Hallbom tries to impress the reader with his use of a 12th grade SAT term, "modality." Geez, he MUST be a behavioral scientist. Mr. Hallbom's genius insight in a nutshell (clumsily presented), by contextualizing what we interpret through our senses, they become even more pronounced in our memory banks. Ladies and Gentlemen, I think we are in the midst of a future Nobel Prize winner. But it GETS WORSE, after the publisher has already gotten us to part with our money by prostituting Tim Gaiser's name and somm brand in product entitled, "Taste Wine Like a Pro," the pamphlet concludes with yet another attempt to sell the reader the accompanying "The Core Strategies of Genius: How to become a better wine tester using 7 proven techniques." What, there's even more that we can still learn that we didn't already learn in the seminal DVD and pamphlet?
Don't be fooled.