Lettie Teague, wine columnist for the Wall Street Journal and formerly the executive editor of Food & Wine magazine, has just picked her top four wine books that she says she’s confident will “endure for many seasons more.” Here’s an excerpt from her review on Thursday:
Unquenchable by Natalie MacLean
Natalie MacLean is a very good sport. In the course of reporting this book, she braved white-knuckle drives through the steep Mosel valley, helicopter rides over the Niagara Peninsula and even drank a few bottles of Pinotage. But she’s clearly having a very good time reporting from all over the world on wine as it’s made in Australia, Argentina, Germany and of course, her native Canada too. She even gets to drink a glass of rose in Provence with Peter Mayle too.
You can read more reviews of my new wine book Unquenchable here.