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  • Hardcover: 216 pages
  • Publisher: Mitchell Beazley (14 Oct. 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1840009683
  • ISBN-13: 978-1840009682
  • Product Dimensions: 20 x 2 x 26.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,538,720 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Jamie Goode obtained a PhD in plant biology and then worked for 15 years as a science editor. In 2000 he began wineanorak.com, and the following year started one of the very first wine blogs. In 2005 he published the first edition of The Science of Wine, and his second book, Authentic Wine (in collaboration with Sam Harrop) was published in 2011, and a revised version of The Science of Wine appeared in 2014.
Since 2005 Goode has been the wine columnist for UK national newspaper The Sunday Express. He also writes regularly for a range of publications, including the World of Fine Wine, Drinks International, Wines and Vines, Wine Business International, Wine and Spirits, and Sommelier Journal.
Goode presents on a wide range of topics, and is a widely travelled wine judge. He's a panel chair for the International Wine Challenge, and has recently judged competitions in Australia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Serbia, South Africa and the Loire. In 2006 he won the Glenfiddich Award for wine book of the year, and the following year the same award for winewriter of the year. In 2012 and 2014 his blog won best overall wine blog in the Wine Bloggers Awards (USA), and in 2012 he was blogger of the year for the International Wine and Spirits Competition.

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...an intriguing book, beautifully presented, full of interesting facts...invaluable and fascinating. -- Harper's Wine & Spirit Weekly

Goode has no rival at all in his grasp of the science behind wine production. -- London Evening Standard

Scholarly yet accessible. -- The Sunday Times

an invaluable overview of the role of science in winemaking today. -- The World of Fine Wine

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A new edition of the 2006 Glenfiddich Drinks Book of the Year - a groundbreaking book that clearly details all the key scientific developments in wine and winemaking. --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jamie Goode on 15 May 2013
Format: Hardcover
I'm the author of this book. Just a heads up: the US version, available and in print on amazon.com, is exactly the same book, and it's titled The science of wine.

I'm currently working on a revision of wine science, which will go to the publishers in may 2013 and be printed a few months later.
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This is a fresh and informative text about recent issue in winemaking world. If you want be up to date it is bookt for you.
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful By NickA on 12 Jan. 2006
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As a wine lover myself I find it difficult to imagine anyone with a true interest in wine won't find this book fascinating, enjoyable and provoking. It seems wine books like these come along rarely, but when they do they open up wine into such a broad, exciting and absorbing read, both helping people to get closer to understanding wine and their own experience with it.
With truly up-to-the-minute topics to cover things for the merely curious to would be winemaker and written in a style to make sure they remain accessible but not dumbed down; there is something for everyone.
The presentation and appearance is excellent, with snap shot sections to cover areas in a drop in style. Indeed, this is book you could read cover to cover, or dip in as curiosity bites you. There's some great photography, but being in B&W means one or two pictures could have been clearer. However, one plus side is the plastic Rosemount cork in amongst the real ones in the picture of traditional corks is well hidden!
I was surprised the ageing wine didn't have it's own section, although it crops up from time to time within other chapters. But any of this is simply looking for something to critique, and it's a book I truly recommend.
There's even a wine-science.com website to accompany the book.
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8 of 13 people found the following review helpful By NickA on 13 Jan. 2006
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As a wine lover myself I find it difficult to imagine anyone with a true interest in wine won't find this book fascinating, enjoyable and provoking. It seems wine books like these come along rarely, but when they do they open up wine into such a broad, exciting and absorbing read, helping people to get closer to understanding wine and their own experience with it.
With truly up-to-the-minute topics to cover things for the merely curious to would be winemaker and written in a style to make sure they remain accessible but not dumbed down; there is something for everyone.
The presentation and appearance is excellent, with snap shot sections to cover areas in a drop in style. Indeed, this is book you could read cover to cover, or dip in as curiosity bites you. There's some great photography, but being in B&W means one or two pictures could have been clearer. However, one plus side is the plastic Rosemount cork in amongst the real ones in the picture of traditional corks is well hidden!
I was surprised the ageing wine didn't have it's own section, although it crops up from time to time within other chapters. But any of this is simply looking for something to critique, and it's a book I truly recommend.
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