"Smart, fun, enlightening, and refreshingly free of snobbery."
"The master sommelier Richard Betts’s clever new scratch-and-sniff book is likely to broaden the novice’s appreciation of wine, explaining how aromas relate to different varietals.... A useful chart that ties bouquets to wines is tucked inside."
—Florence Fabricant for The New York Times
—Food & Wine
I like the concept of this book because it breaks down the basic theory of wine so easily and I had no idea what it was all about before I read this book and watched the... Read morePublished 3 days ago by vickytray
cute.. but a 3 second read.. thought it would be more substantial.Published 1 month ago by soflITguy
Fun way for a new to wine tasting reader. Nicely done intro to wine tasting. Good gift idea but not for serious wine lovers.Published 1 month ago by color gal
I did not buy this book, which is great because I found it in a TJMaxx where I could look at it. Really disappointed in the number of scratch and sniff stickers. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Leah Bashover
The book is fun. More of a novelty than educational. Info is basic but more than expected for a scratch and sniff book. Great gift for beginner winos.Published 2 months ago by Michael V. LeRoy
Isn’t this fun? Yes, it’s a real scratch and sniff book. And, no, you probably won’t become a wine expert, but you will know lots more about this mysterious world. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Debnance at Readerbuzz
I wasn't prepared for a wine bible, or something very intricate, but this barely 7 page book was very disappointing to me. Read morePublished 2 months ago by tpujol