The result of the conversations and discoveries made on that trip is collected in this book. The Wine in the Sky Questionnaire seeks to serve as a friendly suggestion for tasting, serving, and transporting wine on global travels.
Wine has always been as much about discovering tastes as it is a ritual of sharing. Taste and smell are two of the most powerful senses affected by the atmosphere in which they are experienced. When it comes to tasting wines in the air, these two senses work together, and the differences observed from tasting the same vintages while on the ground are immense. VistaJet Founder and Chairman Thomas Flohr realized that there was no practical guide to selecting the right wines to drink up in the skies. In the spirit of sharing, Flohr invited some of the world's foremost experts to sample wines with him, first at a vineyard on the ground and then in the sky, to specifically understand how flavors change at altitude. The result of the conversations and discoveries made on that trip is collected in this book. The Wine in the Sky Questionnaire seeks to serve as a friendly suggestion for tasting, serving, and transporting wine on global travels. AUTHOR: For eighteen years, Tom "Wine Chap" Harrow has written regularly about wines and winemakers for a variety of luxury titles, put together fine wine portfolios for clients around the world, and organised extraordinary wine and gastronomic experiences with luxury partners that have been described by the Financial Times as, "Sideways on steroids."
Positions and magnitude measurements at effective wavelengths of 4.2, 11.0, 19.8, and 27.4 micrometers are reported for an additional 2477 sources observed during the AFGL survey program. These sources were obtained by relaxing the stringent selection criteria used for the main catalog and subjectively selecting those that have associations and/or other characteristics which make them of interest for future investigation.
Do you think it worked?” she asks me. “I'm not sure. But the extra wine she had at dinner—after you yelled at us—that probably helped.” “I'm sorry.” “No, it's okay—that was bad timing for her to send the questionnaire.
Author: Loretta Lost
Publisher: ThunderWords Press
After being tortured to the brink of death, Sophie’s carefully built life crumbles to cinders... Cole is there to pick up the broken pieces, but her psyche might be fractured into too many pieces. Scarlett, Snow, Serena, Sibyl and more, are all swirling around inside one damaged mind, and Cole becomes uncertain whether the woman he loves will ever be whole again. The couple decides to leave the USA for the wedding of Helen and Liam Larson (Sophie’s biological brother) in Switzerland, and the romantic setting of a chalet in the Alps proves to be a perfect place for rest and recovery. When an old friend tries to seduce Cole back into the world of architecture with the challenge to design a tower unlike any other, he refuses to focus on helping Scarlett heal. But when she encourages him to take on the project, and wants to participate, Cole decides it could be wise to start a new life far away from their chaotic past, on the other side of the planet. Cole and Scarlett believe they have finally found a place they can call home. But with the truth about the death of Cole’s parents out in the open, it turns out that some dangers can follow a person to every corner of the planet, and even the ends of the earth…
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Author: Ron Fritsch
Publisher: Asymmetric Worlds
Promised Valley Peace is the fourth and last novel in Ron Fritsch’s allegorical Promised Valley series. The conspirators and their allies from the first three novels give up on the gods, whose existence many of them doubt, and discover how to use horses in warfare. They prepare to employ them in a last battle to bring the prehistoric enemy hunters and farmers together as one people in a “new kingdom” and end warfare between them forever. Individuals who partner with persons of the same gender are once again in the front lines, risking their lives for their peoples. The first three novels—Promised Valley Rebellion, Promised Valley War, and Promised Valley Conspiracy—have won a number of awards. Reviewers have included these comments about the series. Reader Views: “It’s the story’s prehistoric setting that provides the basis for the intellectual question which binds the Promised Valley books together: ‘Could civilization and history, with their countless heaven-sanctioned wars and genocides, have begun differently?’ With that as his touchstone, Fritsch thoughtfully and compassionately offers answers through the story and its characters. While it’s an adventurous tale on its surface, it’s not what it seems to be; it’s much more. For me it was a book of revelations. For anyone who has never lost their child’s heart and imagination, Promised Valley War will compel them to consider all that the book has to say to them. That’s what unforgettable books do.” Kirkus: “The author’s well-rendered descriptions of the creeping onslaught of war give the reader a visceral feel for the endangered paradise that can occur despite the best intentions of the best people, and readers will be surprised by the twists he gives his tale. Alongside the careful plotting and natural-sounding dialogue, there's a refreshing amount of deeper resonances in the Promised Valley series, a steady undercurrent of commentary on the present day.” Feathered Quill: “An imaginative and well-crafted piece of fiction, featuring plenty of action and unexpected twists and turns. The suspenseful battles, sweeping scenery, and interpersonal drama would undoubtedly be a satisfying mix on the big screen. Are you listening, Hollywood?”
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