Into Wine: An Invitation to Pleasure (Anglais) Broché – 17 avril 2013
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Ce n'est pas un livre reprenant les divers cépages et les classifications suivant les régions.
Commentaires plutôt généraux sur l'art du vin à travers le monde.
Ce livre doit sortir en français incessamment
à lire absolument pour avoir un angle de vue différent sur l'œnologie
Very informative for 95% of people who've stopped thinking about how food and wine are produced and simply take it for granted.
Get it and gift it, safe bet!
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The curious novice will find much useful guidance, enough to assist in some wine selections, and to engage with others of similar interest, and to set the stage for further gustatory and documentary research, should they be so inclined. Or, to leave the topic as being well-enough developed in this summary tome, and move to other interests. An important skill of this books is to avoid discussion of particular regions and practices, in favor of an overview of practices and considerations of all aspects of wine production and consumption, which bear on our ability to select and enjoy any bottle.
The advanced oenophile will find a few new perspectives, and ought to think their time with INTO WINE worthwhile, as I did. Magny gracefully insinuates himself into the short cannon of wine writers one likes to read. The book will be useful as a gift for friends who express wine interest and would benefit from an overview. Indeed it may serve as a bit of a lesson to those with a surfeit of convictions about wine, how well we can get along with fewer of them, and still do honor to our subject.
Olivier is a breakthrough, this book is a breakthrough that anyone from those who like a glass of wine every once in awhile with dinner to those who are trying be more knowledgeable to those who would be considered experts should read. I met Olivier about 8 years ago when I visited Paris and did a wine tasting with O Chateau his first venture and it was a wonderful experience that inspired me to keep learning so I was wondering why he didn't write this sooner. He is legitimately passionate about his love of wine and most important he relates to you. He wants to share and experience his journey with you. That style helps you understand and learn and then develop your own opinions and perceptions much faster and more accurately. He is breaking down the right barriers, and the opening doors to a pleasurable experience. Read the book, its fun and you will learn fast and unexpectedly come away with a new perspective. Olivier, by the way, next time, lose the footnotes, they are important enough to be in the text. Looking forward to a sequel!