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Author: Bob Evans
ISBN13: 978-0930002008
Title: The pocket wine book: An authoritative consumer guide
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Language: English
Category: Beverages and Wine
Publisher: Apotheca Press (1978)
Pages: 212

The pocket wine book: An authoritative consumer guide by Bob Evans

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Space for one wine book in your life? This is i. ―Howard G. Goldberg, The New York Times. Hugh Johnson is the world's pre-eminent writer on wine. First published in 1977, his Pocket Wine Book sells hundreds of thousands of copies a year. His winning formula of insight, critical appraisal of the world of wine, plus valuable vintage news and wine recommendations has been often-imitated but never bettered

2 Pocket Wine Book by Hugh Johnson. 3 The Complete Bordeaux by Stephen Brook. 4 Thirsty Dragon: China's Lust for Bordeaux and the Threat to the World's Best Wines by Suzanne Mustacich. That brings us quite neatly onto your second book, which is the Pocket Wine Book by Hugh Johnson also. This is an annual book, isn’t it? It is, and I can remember so clearly Hugh, again, sidling up to me at a gathering, and saying, ‘I’ve just had a brilliant idea. He was chairman of the Wine Society and wrote a fantastic book called The Wines of Bordeaux, which was an increasingly thick Penguin paperback. What I loved about Edmund’s style of writing, which I think, perhaps, mine is slightly like, is that he presents a lot of information-a bit like Henry James-and then, suddenly, as long as you’re paying attention, there’s a little wry joke in the middle.

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With this book in hand, wine lovers won’t need anything else to help them select anything from a bottle for an everyday dinner to a prestige vintage for investment. A new section showcases Johnson’s special, personal choices, and there are plenty of quick-reference maps, charts, and fact boxes for a little extra guidance. For anyone with a wine collection, this little book is an essential reference. It is good for anyone just starting to collect, as well.

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