The story-telling is captivating and the characters are memorable.
We only have so many days to enjoy wine (do the math), so it's helpful to have someone point you in the right direction and make it more enjoyable at the same time.
This is a tribute to the author's far above average writing and perception capability.
I gave it as a gift for Christmas. My Daughter was very pleased
with all the information. I'm sure it will serve her well.
Thanks to Robert Camuto for finding grace, beauty and soul in the defiant French people who populate his book. Read morePublished on June 14, 2009 by Quebecois at Heart
Think of this book as a follow-up to Kermit Lynch's, "Adventures on the Wine Route."
If you already like -- or even love -- wine, "Corkscrewed" will heighten the... Read more
This is a very entertaining account of the current status of the French wine industry. It is well written by a knowledgeable author.Published on February 19, 2009 by Harry E. Graham
In a world of overblown everything from houses to wine, it is refreshing to read Robert V. Camuto's, Corkscrewed. Camuto writes about a new generation of French wine producers. Read morePublished on January 31, 2009 by Sally Vetter
I have NY Times wine writer Eric Asimov to thank for bringing this book to my attention; he called it one of the best he'd read in 2008, and I'm inclined to agree (though he no... Read morePublished on January 13, 2009 by A reader