The Wild Vine

The Wild Vine by Todd Kliman is an incredible tale of an unknown grape, an un-recognized pioneer in viticulture history, and an un-traditional wine maker producing notable wine in Virginia.

Naked Wine: Letting Grapes Do What Comes Naturally

Fearlessly taking on the wine industry in her quest to find and make “natural” wine, Alice Feiring’s casual voice makes an educational tome of a contentious subject seem like a conve

The Drops of God

You had us at wine adventure comic. This is not your everyday book about wine.

An Ideal Wine

An Ideal Wine by David Darlington is an in-depth account of the California wine industry and the two conflicting schools of thought in wine making.

Kevin Zraly’s Windows on the Word Complete Wine Course: The 25th Anniversary Edition

Four decades in the business of wine—from tasting and pairing as a professional cellar master to educating the next generation—means Kevin Zraly isn’t just an authority on wine—he’s an eno-expert.

Taste Buds and Molecules

Canadian Sommelier François Chartier takes food and wine pairing to the next level in his revolutionary guide to uncovering the hidden tastes of wine in Tastebuds and Molecules.

Vino Argentino: An Insider's Guide to the Wines and Wine Country of Argentina

What does an emergency room physician do in her spare time? Well, if she has spare time, she eats, sleeps, or divides twenty minutes between the two. Not Laura Catena.

Decanting Napa Valley: The Cookbook 100 Wines from Vintners with Pairing Recipes from Restaurateurs, Wineries, and Professional Chefs

Founder of the Decanting Wine Country Association, Michelle Higgins oversees this distillation of over 100 wines from local Napa vintners, with detailed tasting notes and dish pairings from some of th

How to Drink

How to Drink is a book chefs cannot, and should not, ignore, not least “because,” says author Victoria Moore, “what you drink cues up your taste buds.” Moore is a staunch advocate for serious drinks a

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