Friday, August 2, 2013

Get Sauced With the Saucy Sisters for Free This Weekend

Posted By on Fri, Aug 2, 2013 at 7:21 AM

A couple years ago I introduced you all to a delightful pair of sisters whose mission is to make drinking wine fun again. Barbara Nowak and Beverly Pittman call themselves The Saucy Sisters and have written books and taught classes to help educate the general public about wine and remove some of the snobishness that accompanies oenophilia.

The playful duo have now entered the digital age and converted their latest book The Saucy Sisters Guide to Wine — What Every Girl Should Know Before She Unscrews into Kindle format. In an attempt to move it up the Amazon charts, they are making a special offer now through Monday, Aug. 5, that they wanted to share with Biets readers. If you visit this link on Amazon during that window, you can get the ebook version for the low, low price of free. That's right, gratis.

The book promises to offer:

Down-to-earth tips and present the basics of wine in unconventional ways.  You’ll learn how to:

* Find value-priced wines you're guaranteed to like

* “Fake” the restaurant wine tasting ritual

* Pair wines with meals using foolproof food-wine matches

* Judge a man by the wine he drinks (no kidding!)

In this comprehensive Wine 101 approach, the information is serious … the delivery is not.

You can't beat the price, and it's always good to help support local writers, so drop by and grab a download.

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