"Cain Todd's work is a pioneering study of the concept of taste as applied to wine, and a serious attempt to make sense of one of the most peculiar forms of criticism currently exercised. It is a skilful bid to rescue wine from the gluttons and to save it for the aesthetes, and all true lovers of wine will be greatly stimulated by its arguments and examples." Roger Scruton, Institute for the Psychological Sciences, Washington and Oxford
About the Author
Cain Todd is a lecturer in philosophy at Lancaster University.