Wednesday, March 28, 2012

The Way To Make Wine Book Review

Geared to everyday wine lovers who want to drink well, save money, and impress their friends, this book reveals everything needed to make delicious wines-both reds and whites-from start to finish. A new preface on the new trend and options in home winemaking update this edition. (Source: UC Press)

Of the winemaking books I’ve read, Sheridan Warrick’s The Way To Make Wine: How to Craft Superb Table Wines at Home is by far the most approachable for someone new to the idea of making wine at home. Succinctly written, with clear and simple prose, Warrick keeps it simple, espousing a less is more philosophy to setting up a home winery and handling the wine itself. Really refreshing.

About the Author: Sheridan Warrick is a Northern California winemaker. He is a senior editor at VIA magazine and is the former executive editor of Health magazine. He is managing editor of the New Mayo Clinic Cookbook, winner of a 2005 James Beard Foundation Award.

Disclaimer: This book was sent to me for review purposes, courtesy of the University of California Press. I was not compensated in any other way for the review, was not obligated to give the book a positive review, and all opinions are my own. Some information in this review was taken from the company website.

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