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Book Review: Palmento by Robert Camuto

About a month ago, newly immersed in this thing we now call self-isolation, the internets brought me a ray of

Book Review: The Billionaire’s Vinegar

Review by Tim Patterson. If you’re getting your morning jollies reading about the amazing collapsing Ponzi schemes of investment wizard

Book Review: The Geography of Wine by Brian J. Sommers

Review by Tim Patterson. This is a very useful, though not very exciting book. No rhapsodies about mind-bending encounters with

Book Review: To Cork or Not To Cork by George Taber

There’s only one thing, you might say, that stands between a thirsty wine lover and her wine. And luckily, that

Book Review: Biodynamic Wine, Demystified by Nicholas Joly

Review by Tim Patterson. Biodynamic grapegrowing and winemaking have gotten a great deal of press in recent years, far out

Book Review: Red, White, and Drunk All Over by Natalie MacLean

Review by Jessica Yadegaran Do readers really care about active yeasts and secondary fermentation? Or do they long to understand

Book Review: House of Mondavi by Julia Flynn Siler

Review by W. Blake Gray. Carlo Rossi was a real person: a relative of Ernest and Julio Gallo. In the

Book Review: First Big Crush by Eric Arnold

Review by Christy McGill. Have you ever daydreamed about a different life? Perhaps one set in some sun-dappled, far-flung wine-making

Book Review: The Oxford Companion to Wine by Jancis Robinson

As casual wine lovers, we live in the daily romance of wine. We thrive on the pleasures of a great