"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
Received this book today and none of the wines have scent stickers. An expensive board book with pretty much nothing interesting in it that was supposed to be.Published 13 days ago by Sandra M.
Fun for someone who wants to "scratch the surface" on learning about wine and wine tasting.Published 13 days ago by LMoPaulin
Superficial, expensive, condescendent and useless. Do NOT buy this.Published 14 days ago by Arthur S. Rodrigues
This is so fun! It made a great gift for my best friend who always goes to wine tastings with me. Now we can start using our descriptive words instead of just saying "this is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rachel
It's a novel little book but it basically teaches you nothing so I was kinda disappointed. After getting this book I went to my library and got "wine for dummies" and that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Hanlon