The most entertaining expert in the industry offers an unpretentious and comprehensive wine guide with an emphasis on the wines that consumers buy most--those produced in America and other regions that are under-imported by existing guides.
Seventy-five percent of the wine consumed in the U.S. is domestic, and yet most wine books are entirely Eurocentric. Now, from the renowned food and wine journalist whose media--print, broadcast, and online--is circulated to more than 50 million consumers each month, comes the first pocket guide to focus on American wines and Wines of the World that are relevant to the modern consumer.
For novices and aficionados alike, this fun guide covers unique territory in a trademark style that imparts a passion for wine without pretense ir hyperbole. From Mexico to South America from Long Island to Israel, and even from China to India, Anthony Dias Blue's Pocket Guide to Wine includes extensive lisings of wineries in emerging and exciting regions on six continents, as well as those in America. Blue profiles each region, focusing on key characteristics and varieties, providing ratings, succinct descriptions, and opinions about each product. For beginers, Blue covers essentials, such as How Wine is Made, How to Taste, and Grape Varieties.
Complete with maps and every winery's website address, this revolutionary new series marks the birth of the essential go-to pocket guide to excellent wines and great values in the global market.
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