I’ve started writing my next book which I’m calling Extreme Wine and I’m looking for a little help from Wine Economist readers.
Extreme Wine is a sequel to the best-seller Wine Wars. Where Wine Wars probed the center of the world wine market, Extreme Wines focuses on edges based on the same theory that wine lovers use when they tilt their glasses “sideways” and analyze the liquid’s rim: the forces of change first make themselves visible at the outer limits.
I’d like to invite you to read about the ideas behind Extreme Wine by clicking here and to scroll down to see the working table of contents. Then please use the Comments section below to tell me what extremes you find the most interesting. What are the most unusual wines? Who are the most extreme wine personalities? What are the most extreme wine films and televisions programs? Where should I go on my “Around the World in 80 Wines” analysis of extreme wine tourism?
You get the idea — let me know your Extreme Wine suggestions and I’ll try to incorporate them in my book!
>>> Working Outline <<<
Searching High and Low for the Best, Worst and Most Unusual in the World of Wine
by Mike Veseth
- X-Wines: In Vino Veritas?
- Extreme Wine: Best and the Worst
- The Fame Game: Most Famous, Most Forgotten and Most Infamous
- Sold Out: Rarest, Most Unusual and Most Ubiquitous
- Money Wine: Cheapest, Most Expensive and Most Overpriced
- Extreme Wine Booms and Busts
- Extreme Wine People
- Fifteen Minutes: Celebrity Wine
- Message in a Bottle
- Extreme Wine Tourism
- BRIC by BRIC: Going to Global Extremes
- Tasting Notes from the Edge