Editor´s Blog: by Jane Nisbet Huseby, Chief Editor, Wine Source Chile
BOOK REVIEW: The Wine Bible by Karen MacNeil, Workman Publishing, New York
For those of you interested in learning some more about wine, but not quite sure where to start, Karen MacNeil´s “The Wine Bible” is a very good place to start. Although the book is quite thick, with a lot of content, don´t be put off. Karen has such a fantastic way of explaining things, and she breaks down wine jargon into everyday-speak , which means that you can happily delve in and out of the book at your leisure. She gives a pretty good overview of the world wine scene, with some great tips on which producers to look out for from key wine regions, and I also love all the maps and labels that she has included so you know what to look out for. Lastly but not least, I love that it´s a paperback, which means it is not too heavy to stuff it in your bag as you jump on that plane on your travel adventures!!
Here is a link to where this book can be purchased: