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. But that doesn’t stop the somm-instructor extraordinaire from expanding upon his quarter-century-tested tome with new information, resources, and guidance. Without disturbing the eight essential classes of his Windows on the World Wine School, Zraly has successfully updated his instructional guide to “one-stop-shopping” status. It’s comprehensive, well-organized, and rich with personal and professional experiences in the often intimidating world of wine education. Zraly breaks down regions, varietals, blends, and even the styles within those categories. He asks the right questions (e.g. “How do I buy a red Rhone wine?” and “What’s the difference between a $100 Beerenauslese and a $200 Beerenauslese (besides a hundred bucks)?”) and gives the right answers, with regional, varietal, and blend exemplars alongside to give a face, or label that is, to a name. Zraly’s brand breakdowns, price point comparisons, and “Best Bets” within a varietal ensure you’ll always be drinking in the right direction—whether it’s Hungarian Tokaji or a classic French Bordeaux. Bottoms up!