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The visualizations are exceptional. Infographics, graphs, charts, and illustrations make concepts easy to understand and remember.
Edward Tufte would be proud. This guide gave me the mental framework I needed to understand wine and make it a fun hobby. Love, love, love.
And the maps are clear and easy to understand. They won't help you understand the greater intricacies within regions, but that's a job for a much longer and larger book. It also falls into the very easy trap of not really explaining the difference between grapes and wines. They're all sort of jumbled together.
But on the whole, I love the way it approached wine. However, there are two negatives to this volume: 1. I wish it was spiral bound so it would lay fl I love the graphics. I wish it was spiral bound so it would lay flat on the table. I find the continual use of flavor wheels to describe wines maddeningly unhelpful.
How in the world am I supposed to know what guava smells like?