Wine Books

These are wine books I’ve enjoyed over the years, as well as some wonderful food books, too. Enjoy!

Wine Books I’ve enjoyed reading over the years,

and I highly recommend every one of them….

A Companion to California Wine ~ Charles Sullivan

A Concise Guide to Wine Grape Clones for Professionals ~ John Caldwell

Angels, Thieves, and Winemakers ~ Joseph Mills

Been Doon So Long ~ Randall Grahm

Bioscapes of Wine ~ Dr. Sondra Barrett

Celebrity Vineyards ~ Nick Wise

Concannon: The First One Hundred and Twenty Five Years ~ Tim Patterson and Jim Concannon

Corked Wine: A father. A daughter. The wine trip to end all wine trips ~ Kathryn Borel

daring pairing ~ Evan Goldstein

Divine Vintage ~ Randall Heskett and Joel Butler MW

Drink This: Wine Made Simple ~ Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl

First Big Crush: It’s a dirty love affair ~ Eric Arnold

Food & Wine ~ Wine Guide 2010 ~ A Pocket Resource for the Person Who Loves Wine

Food & Wine Guide ~ Jamal A. Rayyis

Georgian Wine Guide (2012) ~ Malkhaz Kharbedia

Good, Better, Best Wines ~ Carolyn Evans Hammond

good wine – the new basics ~ Richard Paul Hinkle

Gracianna ~ Trini Amador

Grape Pest Management ~ UC Davis, SRJC required  required for course study, Viticulture 101

Grapes Grow Sweet ~ Tessa DeCarlo

Great Wines of America ~ Paul Lukacs

Have you ever thought about Making Your Own Wine at Home? ~ Lori Stahl

How to Import Wine, an Insiders Guide ~ Deborah M. Gray

In Search of Bacchus ~ Wanderings in the Wonderful World of Wine Tourism ~ George M. Taylor

Into the Earth ~ A Wine Cave Renaissance ~ Daniel D’Agostini with Molly Chappellet

Kendall-Jackson’s “small plates perfect wines” is a perfect cookbook

Living in Portugal ~ Anne de Stoop

Mint Juleps with Teddy Roosevelt ~ Mark Will-Weber

New Classic Winemakers of California ~ Steve Heimoff

Oldman’s Brave New World of Wine ~ Mark Oldman

Oldman’s Guide to Outsmarting Wine ~ An intoxicating wine book to treasure ~ Mark Oldman

Old Napa Valley: The History to 1900 ~ Lin Weber

Passion on the Vine: A Memoir of Food, Wine, and Family in the Heart of Italy ~ Sergio Esposito

Spectacular Wineries of Napa Valley ~ Panache

Spinning the Bottle, Again ~ Paul Franson and Harvey Posert

The Wine & Beer Maker’s Year ~ Roy Ekins

The Curious World of Wine ~ Dr. Richard Vine

The Everything Guide to Wine ~ Peter Alig

The Finest Wines of California ~ Stephen Brook

The First Global Village ~ How Portugal Changed the World ~ Martin Page

The New York Times Book of Wine: More Than 30 Years of Vintage Writing ~ Howard G. Goldberg

The Ohio Wine Industry ~ Patricia Latimer

The Psychology of Wine ~ Evan Mitchell and Brain Mitchell

The Simple & Savvy Wine Guide ~ Leslie Sbrocco

The University Wine Course ~ Marian W. Baldy, PhD, required for course study at SRJC, Enology 101

The Wild Vine ~ Todd Kliman

To Cork or Not To Cork: Tradition, Romance, Science, and the Battle for the Wine Bottle ~ George M. Taber

Using Wine to Make Sense of The World ~ Elliot Essman

William Sonoma,  Christmas

William Sonoma, Thanksgiving

Wine Marketing Online ~ Bruce McGechan

Wine’s Hidden Beauty ~ Sondra Barrett PhD

Wines of South American ~ Evan Goldstein MS

Wines of the Southern Hemisphere ~ Mike Desimone & Jeff Jensesn

Windows on the World Complete Wine Course ©2006 ~ Kevin Zraly

Windows on the World Complete Wine Course ©2011 ~ Kevin Zraly

Food books I’ve had the joy of reading  

and I highly recommend every one of them….

Baked Doughnuts For Everyone ~ Ashley McLaughlin

Fialho ~ Alberto and Amor Fialho

Gluten-Free Entertaining ~ Olivia Dupin

Pairing Fusion Food in the Vegan Kitchen with delicious wines ~ Joni Marie Newman

The Kitchen Pantry Cookbook is essential for any wine and food lover ~ Erin Coopey


6 Responses to “Wine Books”

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  2. John Martin says:

    Hi…

    I’m John. I like Pie. American Pie….

  3. I am new to the wonderful world of wine. I recently became an Independent Wine Consultant with The Traveling Vineyard – could you recommend a good beginner read book about wine?

    Thanks!

    Andrea Jackson

  4. Jo Diaz says:

    Andrea, the best book to start with is Wine For Dummies.. My starter book 20 years ago. It’s would still be very relevant. It just lays it out so perfectly.

  5. Jo
    Did you ever get around to my book with Dr Randall Heskett- Divine Vintage: Following the Wine Trail from Genesis to the Modern Age [ISBN: 978-0230-11243-8]? It is a good read, and one of the only books that considers wines in the modern “ancient” world in conjunction with an historical consideration of ancient wine (styles) and attitudes, among other things. It is not a religious book, by any means!
    joel

  6. Jo Diaz says:

    Joel, I’m sending you an email.

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