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Book Review: Wine Atlas of Germany, University of California Press

This is the most extensive, comprehensive and up to date book on German wine geography available in the English language.  Authored by three German experts on Riesling and German wine, it was originally published in German in 2007. The English … Continue reading

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Book Review: American Wine Economics by James Thornton

Since there is now an American Association of Wine Economics, it’s only logical that there should be a book that synthesizes the knowledge and research on economic analysis as applied to the American wine industry.  That is precisely what James … Continue reading

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Book Review: My Favorite Burgundies by Clive Coates

Clive Coates is one of the English-speaking world’s foremost authorities on the wines of Burgundy. He has authored seminal books on the region, including The Wines of Burgundy [University of California Press, 2008] and Cote d’Or: A Celebration of the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Bill Nanson’s The Finest Wines of Burgundy

Bill Nanson is perhaps the wine industry’s most professional non-professional. He’s not in the trade and in no way obligated to the producers whose wine he tastes and writes about. But his on-line Burgundy Report is one of the most … Continue reading

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