The paperback edition of my 2013 book Extreme Wine has been released, taking its place with the hardback, e-book and audio-book versions. Now there is really no excuse for not having a copy of Extreme Wine with you wherever you are!
They say that you can’t judge a book by its cover, but people do it all the time, which is why wine producers give so much attention to their label designs. Extreme Wine‘s paperback design is even more attractive than the hardback — there is something about the way the colors come through on the paperback that makes the package “pop.”
Lighter, less expensive and even more beautiful — Extreme Wine paperback has it all. Talk about shameless self-promotion!
Just finished the hardback courtesy of Glen Eira Library, Melbourne, Aust and really enjoyed the insightful and, at times, controversial comments. Now, if there is ONE EXTREME wine and wine maker it is Phil Jones from Bass Phillip Wines in the hamlet of Leongatha, Vic, Aust. His wines have been rated by Parker rather highly, which does not thrill most Aussie wine aficionados, but the wines are quite something to behold and rather expensive. The “Reserve'” and “Premium” are Burgundy GC and 1er Cru level and the way he gets there is an devotion to the late/great Henri Jayer. EXTERME WINE INDEED!!!
Love the tag “shameless self promotion” haha!
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Sounds like an interesting book. When Christmas nears, I always write a column recommending wine books as gifts. Any chance I could get a review copy? Cheers Fred Tasker
Of course, Fred. I have asked my publisher to contact you to arrange delivery of a review copy. Thanks!