Almost 30 years ago, when I first became interested in wine, there were not a lot of wine books around, especially for a complete neophyte like myself. Like many others, I turned to Kevin Zraly's Windows on the World Complete Wine Course (2014, Sterling Epicure), not only reading the book for education, but also dreaming of eating in the restaurant stop the World Trade Center. Alas, the horrific events of 9/11 made that dream unreachable.
With the World Trade Centers Memorial opening this year, Zraly created a special 30th Anniversary Edition of his resourceful tome, updating it with newer information and adding a special section in remembrance of that famous restaurant, Windows on the World.
Chock full of useful information, maps, labels, and so much more, this book deserves a place in your wine library. If you own it, consider giving this as a gift to one who doesn't, especially a beginning wine enthusiast, who would certainly spend many pleasant hours tipping a glass and turning these pages.
This book was provided for review purposes - all opinions are my own.
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