Italian Wine Books - Discussions - Discussion - GuildSommMore and more people are discovering the joys of Italian wine, and exports of Italian wines are overtaking those of French wines. The choice of Italian wines can be overwhelming, so to help you learn more and make informed decisions, wine guides such as these best selling wine books can be very useful. Getting a wine guide before you visit Italy will be useful too and will help you choose interesting wines when you are dining out here. If you really like that Italian red you tried while in Italy, remember to use the camera on your mobile phone to take a picture of the wine bottle label. This should help you locate that wine when you are back home.
The Best Wine Books, According to Sommeliers
Every product is independently selected by obsessive editors. Welcome to Reading Lists , comprehensive book guides from the Strategist designed to make you an expert or at least a fascinating dinner-party companion in hyperspecific or newsworthy topics. Here, we surveyed sommeliers and wine buyers to find the best books about wine for enthusiasts of every persuasion. Each of these experts sent us a list of books, from their most-referenced wine encyclopedias to the books they give as gifts to fellow wine lovers, and we only included titles that were recommended by two or more of the sommeliers. Not all of these are wine books for beginners, and some are admittedly on the more-expensive side. His most-recent title, The New Wine Rules, has quickly become a favorite; his writing was cited by four of the six sommeliers with whom I spoke.
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If you would like to learn about Italian wine, the best way is to embark on a three-pronged journey. You should taste Italian wines, visit Italy, and of course you should read about Italian wine. There are many fine books available on the subject of Italian wine, and, as more and more Masters of Wine and industry professionals are looking to Italy as an exciting and dynamic wine producing country, there are likely to be many more in the years to come. Below is a selection of the best books available on the subject of Italian wine, that will hopefully give you a flavour of why so many wine industry professionals have taken Italy to their hearts. No stone is left unturned and there are even regional recipes. As well as providing a source of information for wine merchants and restauranteurs, this is a valuable resource for the budding wine connoisseur and might help you to uncover some little known hidden gems in your tasting experience.