Top 10 wine books of 2015

From fresh editions of classic reference tomes to scratch and sniff guides for beginners, 2015 saw the release of titles to suit every wine-loving bookworm.

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While nothing beats actually tasting a wine, brushing up on your vitis vinifera and wine regions is also time well spent. While there have been many books released in 2015 on the subject of wine, this collection caught our eye as being some of the most interesting.

Whether you are a seasoned wine professional or complete novice, we hope that at least one of the following titles will appeal.

Click through for a run-down of some of our favourite wine-related book releases of 2015…

Have we missed any of your favourites? Please leave a comment below. 

4 Responses to “Top 10 wine books of 2015”

  1. Freddy Bulmer says:

    Great little article.
    Does anyone know where I can buy The Champagne Guide?

  2. Jock Wulffson says:

    Pretty much all fluff books except for Jancis.

    BAROLO MGA is, paperer, one of the top ten wine books ever published.

  3. Haydn Deane says:

    Tyson Stelzer’s Champagne Guide is one of the most comprehensive and detailed books on the great wines of Champagne. His coverage of the subject is unique. Amazing detailed observations of the good and the great Champagnes from the beloved region!

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