Category Results for: Wine Books

 

Three Wine Books that Would Make Excellent Holiday Gifts

Wednesday, October 24th, 2012

In recent months, I have come across a number of wine books that have caught my attention. Three stood out for me, each of which I would recommend for people who love wine or are interested in learning more about it. Ia€?m presenting the books in alphabetical order, since my recommendation for you would depend […]

Filed under: Wine Books, Wine Gifts/Accessories |

 

Book Review: The Food Lovera€?s Guide to Wine

Wednesday, November 9th, 2011

The Food Lovera€?s Guide to Wine by Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg is a great book that gives very interesting and valuable information and suggestions for the food lover, or anyone else, who wants to learn more about wine. Those of you who are regular readers of Wine Peeps know that the book What to […]

Filed under: Food & Wine, Wine Books |

 

Book Review: WineTrails of Walla Walla

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

Let me cut right to the chase. If you ever plan to go to Walla Walla, Washington (or go back to Walla Walla), you need to buy this book, WineTrails of Walla Walla. You can find it in most Washington wine shops and winery tasting rooms, or you can order it online. This is Steve […]

Filed under: American Wine, Washington State Wine, Wine Books, Wine Travel |

 

Book Review: Glutton for Pleasure

Friday, December 17th, 2010

Bob Blumer who hosts the shows The Surreal Gourmet and Glutton for Punishment on the Food Network is the author of this fun, attractive, and informative cookbook, Glutton for Pleasure: Signature Recipes, Epic Stories, and Surreal Etiquette. In many ways, both the book and the author are over the top but in very interesting and […]

Filed under: Food & Wine, Wine Books |

 

Book Review: The Wine Journal

Friday, November 19th, 2010

When I received a copy of The Wine Journal by Jennifer McCartney, my first thought was that it might be a great holiday gift item for a wine newbie. After giving the book some further study, my initial opinion has been reinforced. It would make a great stocking stuffer for your new-to-wine friend or family […]

Filed under: Wine Books |

 

Book Review: Red, White, and Drunk All Over

Friday, October 29th, 2010

As you might imagine, the first thing that attracted me to this book, Red, White, and Drunk All Over by Natalie MacLean, was its title. Then after perusing it at my local Barnes and Noble, the clincher for me was the tout on the inside back cover flap: a€?A galloping read, which educates, entertains, and […]

Filed under: Wine Books |

 

Book Review: Washington Wines and Wineries, Second Edition

Friday, September 17th, 2010

Paul Gregutt has done it again! If you have any interest in Washington State wines, you need to get a copy of his latest book, Washington Wines and Wineries: The Essential Guide, Second Edition. When you travel around Washington wine country as much as we do, you very quickly see the respect and admiration that […]

Filed under: American Wine, Washington State Wine, Wine Books |

 

Book Review: A Taste for Wine

Friday, September 3rd, 2010

What first attracted me to this book, A Taste for Wine: 20 key tastings to unlock your personal wine style by Vincent Gasnier, Master Sommelier, was the subtitle, because I believe there are many wine consumers who sort of know what they like in wine but havena€?t equated it to a particular wine style. a€?Wines […]

Filed under: General Wine Information, Wine Books |

 

Book Review: The Wine Lover’s Cookbook

Friday, August 13th, 2010

The Wine Lovera€?s Cookbook: Great Recipes for the Perfect Glass of Wine by Sid Goldstein is not a new book, but it is relatively new to us. I recently found it and our food expert, LaGayle, put her stamp of approval on several of the recipes and pairings in it. Thata€?s good enough for me. […]

Filed under: Food & Wine, Wine Books |

 

Book Review: In Search of Bacchus

Friday, July 2nd, 2010

Since I had read and really enjoyed George Tabera€?s first book, Judgment of Paris, the story of the historic California vs. France wine tasting in Paris in 1976, I have been looking forward to reading another of his books. However, Kori read and reviewed Tabera€?s next book, To Cork or Not to Cork, and she […]

Filed under: Wine Books, Wine Travel |