This is an exhaustively researched book, written in a clear, easy to read style.
Against the backdrop of 200 years of American life, wine columnist and English Professor, Paul Lukacs, takes us on great ride through the history of wine.
Anyone who loves wine and enjoys a little historical perspective will adore this book!
Mince collective history on American wine. India of the only books I Gould find on the subject. Good gift for wine lover.Published 6 months ago by patty daiker
This is an exhaustively researched book, written in a clear, easy to read style. There are a few places where he gets a bit repetitive, but overall it covers the topic of... Read morePublished 20 months ago by C. L. Smart
Much better than I expected. I thought I would just put it on the shelf and forget about it but read it cover to cover.Published 20 months ago by Paul S
I am the author of a couple of wine books, a wine grape farmer, and vineyard investor. This book is good but it pays scant attention to the role of the viticulturist (grape... Read morePublished on January 9, 2009 by Walker E. Rowe III
I have enjoyed this book a lot. I have learnt a lot about american wine, its history, its specificities, its wineries, its stakes... Read morePublished on June 20, 2008 by Clemence
Early America wasn't noted for its wines: so what influenced the birth of the industry, and how did it so quickly rise to become a world wine influence? Read morePublished on September 23, 2006 by Midwest Book Review