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Wine it's not rocket science

Ophélie Neiman
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Ophélie Neiman
Mitchell Beazley

Australia's Liquid Gold

Nicholas Faith
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Nicholas Faith

How did Australia achieve such phenomenal success in its wine business? Historian and critically acclaimed wine writer Nicholas Faith gives an indepth account of the growth and international boom of Australia's wine industry and describes how these wines have risen to the point of becoming the world's number one choice. This is the first book to chart the success story of Austalia's wine trade.

Mitchell Beazley

Biodynamic Wines

Monty Waldin
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Monty Waldin

Alex Liddell

Since retiring as a university lecturer on philosophy and politics,Alex Liddell now devotes himself to a keen interest in wine datingfrom his student days.His articles (mainly on wine travel) appear injournals world-wide, and he is the author of Port Wine Quintas of the Douroand Madeira also part of this series .He lives in Oxfordshire.

Christopher Fielden

Christopher Fielden has worked in the wine trade for more thanforty-five years and in this time he has lectured about wine all overthe world from Beijing to Memphis.He was a past president of thenational Wine and Spirit Association and is a member of the FédérationInternationale des Journalistes et Ecrivains du Vin et Spiritueux.He hada column in Decanter for over ten years,has appeared regularly on radioand is the author of eleven books,many of which have been translated.Helives in Wiltshire.

Hugh Johnson

Hugh Johnson is the world's pre-eminent writer on wine. First published in 1977, his Pocket Wine Book sells hundreds of thousands of copies a year. His winning formula of insight, critical appraisal of the world of wine, plus valuable vintage news and wine recommendations has been often-imitated but never bettered. With the publication of his first book, Wine, Johnson established himself at the age of twenty-seven as the most refreshing and authoritative voice on the subject. During the past four decades he has written books that have become landmarks on the subject, including his classic The World Atlas of Wine, co-authored with Jancis Robinson, his Wine Companion, first published in 2003, The Story of Wine and Hugh Johnson on Wine. In his spare time he writes about gardening from his home in London.

Jancis Robinson

Jancis Robinson MW is internationally renowned for her witty, authoritative wine writing and her books The World Atlas of Wine and The Oxford Companion to Wine are among the most important in wine literature. She is acclaimed as 'awesomely intelligent' (Guardian) and 'a writer of breathtaking clarity' (The Spectator). With www.JancisRobinson.com (subscribers in nearly 100 countries) and her flock of Twitter followers, she is something of an online pioneer as a wine communicator. She makes frequent visits to the USA to stay ahead of the crowd and, in the early 1980s, was the first British journalist to take a serious interest in American wine.

John Schreiner

John Schreiner is the dean of British Columbia circle of wine writers and anaward-winning author. In 1984, he wrote The World of Canadian Wine and since thenhe has written a number of wine books, including the bestselling British ColumbiaWine Country, The Wineries of British Columbia (recently revised), and Icewine:The CompleteStory, the first book on the subject.He is a graduate of the Germany Wine Academyand a member of several wine clubs.He has judged wines around the worldand is a keen amateur winemaker.He lives in North Vancouver, British Columbia.

Julian Jeffs

Julian Jeffs became a barrister in 1958 and throughout his career worked as a QC,Bencher, and deputy High Court Judge. In his free moments he found time to beone of the founder members of the Cambridge UniversityWine & Food Society,President of the Circle ofWineWriters, and General Editor of the Faber winebooks.His first-hand experience of Spain came when he worked in the sherry tradein Jerez de la Frontera, and during hismany subsequent visits to the country he hasformed the basis of this and other books.He is the author of Sherry in this same series,and he regularly hosts tutored tastings on Spanish wines.

Konstantinos Lazarakis

Konstantinos Lazarakis was born in Pireaus, Greece.He studied MechanicalEngineering in the National & Technical University of Athens and Jazz Music inAeolian School of Music.He became the first Greek Master ofWine in 2002. Inaddition, he received the Villa Maria Award for outstanding performance inViticulture and the 13th Bollinger Foundation Medal ever for excellence in winetasting. Konstantinos is currently working as an Imports Manager for AiolosWinesin Athens while he consults widely for wine producers, restaurants, and hotels,as well as writing for a number of magazines.He lives in Athens.

Larry Walker

Larry Walker is based in San Francisco,where he writes on the subjects of wine,food, and travel.He has been writing on the California wine scene for overtwenty-five years and is a highly regarded expert on this area.He is the authoror co-author of seven book on wine and food, including To the Heart of Spain,Tequila:the Book, and The Best of California.He also contributes to many publicationsincluding Wines & Vines,Quarterly Review of Wines,Sunset Publications in the US and WineInternational and Harpers in the UK.

Linda Murphy

Linda Murphy is a journalist-turned-wine-writer, based in California. She is the former wine section editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, where she won two James Beard Awards, and was the managing editor of the New York Times' Wine Today.com. She contributes to www.JancisRobinson.com, Decanter magazine, and several other publications, and judges wine competitions through the USA. Based in Sonoma, she continually travels around the USA to taste the ever-widening range of American wines and meet their makers.

Michael Schuster

Michael Schuster trained in tasting in Bordeaux. In the early 1980s he helped create an award-winning wine retail business, and since then he has worked as an independent writer, consultant and lecturer, running his own wine school in north London with his wife Monika, a Cordon Bleu trained chef. His tastings range from his foundation Beginners Course, to much sought after events each May, where he coaches students in the demanding practicalities of Master of Wine Blind Tasting.For many years he sat on the board of The Wine Society, one of Britain's foremost mail order merchants, and during its first ten years he chaired the Burgundy panel at Decanter's World Wine Awards. He is a regular contributor to The World of Fine Wine, writing their annual Bordeaux en primeur report, for articles in which he was shortlisted for Feature Writer of the Year in the Louis Roederer International Wine Writers' Awards 2008. He lectures to amateurs and professionals in the UK and abroad and in 2002 he was elected to the Academie Internationale du Vin.

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Neil Beckett

Neil Beckett's interest in wine stretches back for many years, so much so that his MBA dissertation was on White Burgundy. He has spent time in Burgundy, and has also qualified for the WSET Diploma, graduating with distinction. As well as working for wine shipping company Richards Walford, he has also worked at Harpers Wine & Spirit Weekly where he was a contributing editor for many years and in 2004 became the first editor of the critically-acclaimed, leading wine magazine, The World of Wine, on which he works with Hugh Johnson and Andrew Jefford. He is one of two UK tasters on the Grand Jury Européen du vin and his wine writing has won prizes.

Nicholas Faith

Nicholas Faith is one of the best-known financial journalists inBritain.His first wine book, TheWinemasters was published in 1978and won the André Simon award.He has written other well-receivedworks on Champagne and on major Bordeaux châteaux, including TheWinemasters of Bordeaux.He was editorial director of the leading Frenchwine magazine L'Amateur de Bordeaux.His book on Cognac was awardedprizes in both Britain and the United States and is recognized as thestandard work on the subject.He writes for numerous magazines andnewspapers, including the Financial Times.He lives in London.

Ophélie Neiman

Ophélie Neiman is the author of the wine blog Miss GlouGlou. Hosted on the LeMonde website, it's one of the most popular wine blogs in France. Wine: it's not rocket science is her first book, and has been translated into 11 languages. Ophélie lives in France.

Rosemary George

Rosemary George is a Master of Wine and one of the UKs mostrespected wine writers. She is the author of many wine booksincluding the award-winning The Wines of Chablis and the Yonne, andThe Wines of New Zealand which is also part of this series. She is thechairman of the Circle of Wine Writers,was one of the first womento pass the MW exam, and is a regular contributor to wine magazinesin the UK and the USA. Rosemary lives in London.

Stephen Brook

Stephen Brook is a leading writer on wine and gastronomy. His previous books include Sauternes, The Wines of Germany, and The Wines of California, which won the Prix Lanson, Glenfiddich and Veuve Clicquot awards. He is also the author of Pauillac and Bordeaux: People, Power and Politics, which won the Veuve Clicquot and ICP awards. He revised the lastest edition of Hugh Johnson's Wine Companion.

Susy Atkins

Susy Atkins is an author and broadcaster who is known for her no-nonsense, down-to-earth and often humorous approach. She appears regularly on BBC1's flagship cookery programme, Saturday Kitchen, and speaks at food and wine festivals around the UK. She writes the weekly 'Sauce' drinks column for the Sunday Telegraph's Stella magazine and is wine columnist for the new National Geographic magazine supplement Green. She has won awards for her writing, including Glenfiddich Book of the Year for Drink!, Champagne Lanson Book of the Year for the Which? Wine Guide (twice) and International Wine and Spirit Competition Communicator of the Year.