2nd edition, fully revised and updated, with 14 additional pages of content and 46 new recommended producers.
The world's first book to tell the full, forgotten story of orange wines - white wines made like a red, fermented with their skins.
Learn about the backstory - the many millennia of history in Georgia, the traditions in Friuli and Slovenia. Discover how these wines are made, why they taste different, where to buy & how to enjoy. Includes food matching tips and a guide to 180 top producers worldwide.
NEW YORK TIMES BEST WINE BOOK OF THE YEAR
FORBES MAGAZINE NOTABLE WINE BOOK OF THE YEAR
ROEDERER WINE BOOK OF THE YEAR
"An absorbing book... Magnificent photography... An excellent story..." Erik Asimov, New York Times
About the author
Simon J Woolf is an award-winning English wine and drinks writer, currently clinging to mainland Europe in Amsterdam. This is his first book.
Originally trained as a musician, Simon worked variously as a sound engineer, IT consultant and alternative currency designer before wine took over his life. His writing career began in 2011 with the founding of The Morning Claret – an online wine magazine which has become one of the world’s best loved resources for natural, artisanal, organic and biodynamic wine.
He contributes regularly to Decanter magazine, Meininger's Wine Business International and many other publications on and offline.
When not obsessing about orange wine, Simon is a keen cook and lover of difficult music.
Paperback: 317 pages
Product Dimensions: 17 x 2,5 x 24 cm
Publisher: Interlink Publishing Group, Inc.