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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
18 Dec 2012

Ever since Wine Grapes was published at the end of October, we've tried to give guidance as to where it can best be bought, preferably at less than the cover price of £120/$175 (even though this means we receive a lower royalty). See our current recommendations at the top of the article How to order Wine Grapes.

For those based in the UK, we initially recommended Mooma in Gloucestershire, a fulfilment house recommended by our publishers Penguin, but after several complaints about very slow delivery times we switched to other suggestions. Overall, The Book Depository looks to be offering a very keen price, £78.92, to include delivery virtually worldwide.

We'd be very grateful for any feedback from those who have ordered Wine Grapes, no matter from where. We'd hate to find ourselves recommending something that doesn't work very well. Any comments in the Comment box below would be most helpful.

The image above is of the US edition, which is identical to the UK edition except that its cover and slipcase are dark red rather than porridge colour.