Simply the best book on truly appreciating wine and life that I have read.
It's a wonderful book especially for those who are curious about or afraid of even trying wines, but have been overwhelmed by or afraid to make choices.
Theise's new book speaks of wine having the capability of being a portal to the mystic, and his conviction to this end is utterly seductive.
This is an essential for all those wine snobs or snouts, whatever you prefer.This puts your nose right where it belongs, smelling grape volatile hydrocarbons ans awakening scents... Read morePublished 9 months ago by leonard kraska
"Reading Between the Vines" isn't about varieties of wines or an "expert's" opinions about specific wines. Instead, in the context of Mr. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Z'sPantry
An excellent, thought provoking read. Wine and life intertwine through so much of our lives. The second best wine book that I have ever read. Bravo!Published 11 months ago by Nicos Neocleous
Beautiful, honest, and accurate. This is a wine nerd's dream. If you're a robert parker afficionado, this may not be your cup of tea, but it's useful as a point of contrast, at... Read morePublished 16 months ago by S. Handwerker
After reading a number of articles on wine and wine-related topics by Terry Theise, I wanted more. This book really hit my sweet spot and fulfilled my craving. Read morePublished 20 months ago by SCHUHSHINE
the roaming autobiographicish account of early wine in America from Europe Thank you Terry for sharing and teaching us about the greatest wines everPublished 20 months ago by R. Scott Allan
Reading this book gives wine lovers a way to explain why they love wine so much. Brilliantly emotive stuff. Glad I bought it.Published 20 months ago by Beau C.
This is the first book to read if you love wine, but might be intimidated by it. Or, if you know a bit about it, just enough to be dangerous. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Lisa Lutz
Terry Theise is a Winewhisperer. I'm sure that the Vineyards tell him quite a lot of stories you never heard about. Read morePublished on October 16, 2012 by Vincent