Book Reviews

    Kanpai, It's Sake Day!

    …) Tomorrow, and tomorrow only, you can get a FREE copy of the e-book of my first Tipsy Sensei novel, Gods, Demons & Sake, This exciting, supernatural thriller pits Nate Randall, a Boston-based Sake expert, against a terrible Japanese creature which seeks an ancient artifact of great power. In his quest to thwart this evil, Nate encounters other…

    2 readers - By The Passionate Foodie

    ‘Hugh Johnson’s Pocket Wine Book’ expands coverage of Northwest wine

    … varieties, which he refers to the “Age of the ampelographer.” “We, the drinkers, gain an infinitely wider choice,” Johnson wrote. “We lose, on the other hand, the assurance of habit and familiarity. The familiar and the new are constantly in conflict.” Hugh Johnson’s Pocket Wine Book helps the reader to confirm the familiar from their favorite…

    3 readers - By Great Northwest Wine

    Wines of California: Book Review

    …Wines of California: Book Review Of course, Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen are the coolest guys. In this book the "World Wine Guys" take readers on a fab trip into California winemaking, history, and geography. You will also find some great recipes from local chefs, yet what I liked best of all are Mike's and Jeff's fun, easy "voice," that makes the book entertaining to read rather han a chore. Send to a Friend Twitter Facebook del.icio.us Digg StumbleUpon…

    8 readers - By A Wine Story

    Booze Science, German Geography & Essential South America: New Books for Wine Geeks

    … in places, well that’s what the web is for. At least you will know the questions you want to ask! Let me give you a sense of this book’s broad scope. First there’s the geographical sweep — big chapters on Argentina and Chile, smaller ones on Brazil and Uruguay and then a quick survey of Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru and Venezuela. You…

    6 readers - By The Wine Economist