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A great music lover, Elliot is creator of the musical comedy "Meet Me At The Mall" as well as the blues album "Blues Cookbook."
In addition to music and wine, Elliot enjoys writing poetry (there is poetry in all his books). He is a highly experienced and engaging public speaker.
And, why not with a glass in hand--as us wine lovers say!
His personal experiences with wine are certainly interesting, but the real gem in this book is to watch his philosophy of wine, and life, evolve.
Nevertheless, while entry-level wine-lovers will get a lot from this book, accomplished ones will too.
This book is like that bottle of wine you take back from the store, hoping that it will be drinkable, and then you get a plesant surprise. Read morePublished on August 4, 2010 by Charles Graham
Many writers attempt to write transparently, as if they were not present. Elliot Essman is absolutely "there" on every line. My copy of the book already has red wine stains. Read morePublished on July 13, 2010 by Richard Weiss
Wow. Elliot Essman's masterful way with words makes me feel I have none. I know it is not true, I can write fairly well also, but I have experienced a whirlwind of language in this... Read morePublished on July 10, 2010 by Gayle G.
Stop. Slow down. Enjoy life.
This is the message I found between the lines in Elliot Essman's insightful book, Use Wine to Make Sense of the World. Read more
I purchased this book after it caught my eye at a winery tasting room on my last trip to California. I only picked it up last week, but I have been digging into it ever since. Read morePublished on May 4, 2010 by Alexandra "Alex"
There is nothing I find more enjoyable these days, than sitting down with a glass of wine and my copy of "USE WINE TO MAKE SENSE OF THE WORLD. Read morePublished on March 15, 2010 by Deborah Cosentino