A snobbery-free guide to quickly finding which wines are worth your money.
While wine snobs are swirling and sniffing expensive wines that are tediously hard to find, the rest of us are just drinking wine. Popular wine. Big-brand wine. Big brands can spell terrific value, but you need to know which bottles to buy. That's where Good Better Best Wines, 2e comes in. It's small enough to pop in your pocket and take with you to the store. And it's user-friendly enough to flip through on the fly.
This book ranks the best-selling wines in the United States by grape variety and price point up to $15 (USD). And every bottle listed comes with a color photograph for quick and easy identification, so you can buy and run before getting stuck in a conversation with someone eager to share their vast wine knowledge with you! Of course, you'll also get other important details, such as what ingredients created each wine, flavor and smell profiles, and alcohol content by volume—but in Carolyn's relaxed, friendly tone.
by Carolyn Hammond
by Josh Lebowitz, Eva Pesantez, Sean Evans
by Lawrence Watt-Evans
by Sarah Rich, Evan Rich, Carolyn Alburger
by Judy Gelman, Peter Zheutlin
by Kim Campbell, T. Colin Campbell, Ph.D.
by Kurt Beecher Dammeier
by Heather Crosby, Brendan Brazier
by Ashley Melillo
by Del Sroufe, Glen Merzer, Lindsay S. Nixon
by Lindsay S. Nixon
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