The Winemaker's Hand: Conversations on Talent, Technique, and Terroir (Arts & Traditions of the Table: Perspectives on Culinary History) Hardcover – 20 Jun 2014
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Few if any wine writers have devoted as much time and care as Berkowitz to the disparate paths to evolution of the winemaker's emotional intelligence that result in memorable wines from around the world.--Armand Gilinsky, Sonoma State University
A unique book. I learned from the interviews why certain wines are my favorites and constantly stand out from all others.--Robert Gutenstein, Member of Council International Wine and Food Society and former President of The Wine and Food Society - New York
For those who are serious about understanding the essence of fine wine, "The Winemaker's Hand" is a must. Through this book wine lovers can travel, at least vicariously, to important wine regions and experience the dedication and passion of vintners. Special wines come from special places. And special wines are made by special people. This book is special, too -- worthy of its subject and deserving of your attention. Savor it as you would the wines of the talented enologists who inspire its story.--Anthony Verdoni, "The Wine Professor" and host of Eat Drink Italy with Vic Rallo
These interviews with winemakers from all over the world present an irresistible opportunity for other winemakers, students of winemaking and wine lovers in general to get inside their heads. The author has these fascinating people talking informally about their diverse paths to winemaking, and what influences their winemaking decisions and preferences. This is an insider's look at a life that many would envy.--Michaela Rodeno, Co-owner Villa Ragazzi Winery andformer CEO of St. Sup?ry Winery
Natalie's in-depth research and interviews with top winemakers from all over the world are compelling and authoritative. The dialogue with each winemaker is an intimate look at the individual nature of winemaking along with the artistry and passion it takes to create world-class wines--Jack Daniels, President and Founder, Wilson Daniels
About the Author
Natalie Berkowitz is a wine, food, and lifestyle writer. Her articles have appeared in the New York Times, Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Wine Enthusiast, Wine Spectator, and many other publications. She is also the author of the blog Winealicious. She taught a wine appreciation course to seniors at Barnard College and Columbia University for over a decade.