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Top 10 wine education books

4th February, 2014 by Lauren Eads

If you are looking to boost your knowledge of grapes, brush up on your wine regions and become a wine aficionado, these essential wine education books are sure to help you on your way.

Wine educationWine education has taken off in recent years, no less so in Asia where the take up of courses provided by the Wine and Spirit School (WSET) has “gone through the roof”┬áin recent years.

So if you’re itching to get a grasp on the world of wine but don’t know where to start, why not try dipping into one of these key texts.

Scroll through for our essential list of wine education books.

 

 

3 Responses to “Top 10 wine education books”

  1. Matthew Hudson says:

    Surprised not to see Wine Grapes by Robinson, Harding and Vouillamoz atop this list. Wine Report was a fabulously useful publication, but since it was in essence an annual update and given that it’s not been published since 2009 it probably doesn’t deserve a place here.

  2. bruce nichos says:

    I have more have more than 100 books on wine and I always tell people if you’re only going to buy one wine book, buy “The Wine Bible” by Karen McNeil. Very surprised you didn’t include it…
    Bruce Nichols
    A Nichols Worth of Wine

  3. I do have wine wise at home which we often read whenever we go to bed with my husband. But the rest are all interesting will definitely check them out the next time we head to the bookstore.

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