The World Atlas of Wine by Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson


Wasn’t it Yogi Berra, the former New York Yankees catcher and Baseball Hall of Famer, who said, “If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll probably wind up someplace else”? Sage advice, no matter how you put it. Let’s face it: navigating the Weinstrassen (wine routes) of the world without a guide can have you reeling. And that’s without touching a single drop. With The World Atlas of Wine you will never “wind up someplace else” and always know where you’re going with every turn of the page. The World Atlas of Wine offers you the choice of scratching the surface of your curiosity or digging down to the roots for a deeper understanding of what shapes the character of both grapes and their bottled essence.  I am confident that once you’ve opened The World Atlas of Wine, your inquiring mind and palate will set forth on a juicy journey of discovery. To add this work to your collection of “grape literature,” click on the book.

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