2011 wine books reviewed - Part 4
30 Dec 2011 by Guest contributor
For an introduction, read Paul O'Doherty's thoughts on  The state of wine publishing . See also his earlier instalments in Part 1 , Part 2 and Part 3 . A Toast to Bargain Wines How Innovators, Iconoclasts, and Winemaking Revolutionaries are Changing the Way the World Drinks George M Taber Scribner £15/$10 You begin to worry about what you're reading when there are far too many quotes in the opening pages, such as here, unsettling the balance between quotations that add to the writer's authority and the frequency that can undermine it. Skilfully, Taber, eventually, manages to...

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