The 10 Best Wine Books You Must Read - Wine TurtleEvery 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.
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Make Your Own List. Reading about wine may not be quite as fun as drinking it, but can help open up a world of history, geography, science and culture — and some wonderful stories too. The Financial Times's wine critic and daily writer on JancisRobinson. Described by Decanter magazine as 'the most respected wine critic and journalist in the world', Jancis Robinson writes daily for JancisRobinson. I was not brought up with wine, but, as a student at Oxford, I was exposed to really good wine at prices that nowadays seem ludicrously low. I had one bottle of really great red Burgundy, a Chambolle-Musigny, Les Amoureuses , that was just so clearly many streets ahead of student plonk.
World Atlas of Wine
Listen, I like wine. Because I know next to nothing about wine other than I enjoy it, and that makes me a little frowny sometimes. His approach to wine? Need some cool graphics and illustrations to help you visualize tasting notes, the reason why there are like half a dozen types of wine glasses, and what the heck a glass of wine is even made of? Puckett and Hammack got you covered. This wine guide is seriously cool and a delight to read. This guide will show you the life of the wee grape in its home region and how it grows up to be the wine at your table depending on what kind of grape it is and where it was grown.
We are often asked for a list of the best wine books by our readers. This is a major challenge because wine is such a broad topic. Orienting yourself in the vast universe of wine books is not always easy, especially for those who would like to know more but do not know where to start. To help you get your bearings, we curated a list of the best 10 wine books in a number of specific categories. This is a selection of the wine books that have fascinated us, taught us something new or simply amused us.