There’s one book every wine lover MUST have.
The Wine Bible by Karen MacNeil.
I recommend getting 2 copies. One for your reference desk and one digitally.
Because there’s no other book packing as much wine knowledge .
Nearly every wine expert has the read the Wine Bible multiple times.
Even reading it once, you gain a huge information advantage over the casual wine lover.
When you read the Wine Bible, you will have:
- Completed the required reading for most entry level wine exams
- Gained a sense of the scale and diversity of the wine world
- Traveled and experience the wine world by turning some pages.
Complete the required reading for most entry level wine exams
If you’re thinking about getting WSET 2 or sitting for your Introductory Sommelier, you’ll see The Wine Bible listed as a supplementary material.
This book is the gold standard for wine learning.
Each chapter contains a succinct summary of every wine region.
Gain a sense of the scale and diversity of the wine world
Because nearly every wine making region is covered, you get insight from a single source.
The Wine Bible saves you hours of googling and puts the wine world right at your fingers tips.
Whether you’re curious about any grape from Albario to Xinomavro or if you want the details of the Classification of 1855, The Wine Bible has you covered.
Travel and experience the wine world by turning some pages
The Wine Bible is dense (it’s a bible after all), and that scares many people away. But Karen MacNeil’s writing couldn’t be more clear or more captivating.
Reading the Wine Bible is like enjoying the ultimate wine travel blog infused with history, culture, and food.
It’s like you can almost experience the wine world from the comfort of your couch.
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