The story of wine
The hot, dusty sheepyards of his family's Clare Valley farm gave Rob Geddes his first realisation of the subtle variances that soil and climate have on the grape. His new book, A Good Nose and Great Legs, trys to illuminate the fundamentals that go into making the many wine varieties so his readers can enjoy them all the more. And enjoying good wine is what it's all about »The Vintner's Letters by Peter McAra
The Vintner's Lettersdetails the early years of pioneering Hunter Valley winegrower and maker Maurice O'Shea, first studying oenology in France, and later on his return to Australia, where he made some of our greatest wines »The Complete Idiot's Guide to Wine Basics (Second Edition) - Tara Q Thomas
Don't be put off by the name, this book is perfect for those of us too shy to be involved in wine conversations or take control of the wine list in a restaurant. Tara Q Thomas has written an entertaining but comprehensive introduction to wine basics that will will enhance your wine pleasure whatever your level »Foxeys Hangout: The story of one family's vineyard dream – Cathy Gowdie
Every summer city dwellers flock to the beach or the bush, returning the the big smoke with dreams off swapping city life for a room with a view. Foxeys Hangout: The story of one family's vineyard dream describes a vine change »Over 1000 Australian red wines reviewed and rated
The Big Red Wine Book is Australia's first book devoted solely to (mainly) Australian red wines. Campbell Mattinson loves his reds, and over six or more years of tasting for his website, he has accumulated reviews of over 1000 red wines of many varieties and prices, now brought together and updated in print. From Shiraz to Nebbiolo, Pinot Noir to Cabernet, this is the book to have if you love red wine.