The Wine Bible 3rd Edition by Karen MacNeil

The Wine Bible 3rd Edition by Karen MacNeil

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A fully new edition--now in a larger-trim book packed with all-new and full-color photos--of the bestselling wine guide (742,000 copies in print) that reads like a lively course from an expert teacher, grounding the reader deeply in the fundamentals of wine while layering on informative asides, tips, amusing anecdotes, definitions, glossaries, photos, maps, labels, and recommended bottles.

Nothing improves the experience of wine like knowledge. The proof is in the numbers: Karen McNeil's The Wine Bible is America's bestselling wine book with over 800,000 copies in print. Now this essential book is even better, with a new third edition that's completely revised, completely updated, given a larger trim size and--yes!--now in full-color with over 400 new photographs.

No other wine book compares to The Wine Bible in its gift for grounding the reader deeply, and happily, in the fundamentals while layering on passionate asides, tips, anecdotes, definitions, illustrations, maps, labels, and recommended bottles. It is like a complete, always fascinating wine course from a truly great teacher. Karen McNeil, "America's missionary of the vine" ( TIME Magazine), is the only U.S. winner of every major wine award in the English language. And she herself has never stopped learning. For this new edition she tasted $168,000 worth of wines, a tremendous sacrifice to keep the reader current with: New chapters on Great Britain, Croatia, Israel; a new section called In the Beginning...Wine in the Ancient World; new fully revised Great Wines section (formerly the "Wines to Know") for each country and region; expanded chapters on France, Italy, Australia, South America, and the U.S.; an expanded grape glossary including 400-plus varieties; a revised wine terms glossary; and an xpanded Mastering Wine Section incorporating latest science on taste and smell.

Truly, a bible for curious wine-lovers of every level of expertise. The very same people who spent over $68 billion in the U.S. on wine last year.