This image released by Potomac Books shows, "For the Love of Wine: My Odyssey through the World's Most Ancient Wine Culture," by Alice Feiring. (Potomac Books via AP)
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In "For the Love of Wine," New York City writer and natural wine advocate Alice Feiring takes readers on her passionate journey to explore the republic of Georgia in the Caucasus Mountains, the region where many experts believe winemaking originated roughly 8,000 years ago, long before Western Europe."For the Love of Wine" is a love letter to a still rustic culture, and to unique grapes and styles of winemaking. Like Kermit Lynch's "Adventures on the Wine Route," Feiring shows readers that making great wine isn't really about chateaus, the rich and other typical marketing props. Winemaking comes down to men and women who pay obsessive, loving attention to their soil and grapes, and to the magic of fermentation.Just like Georgia itself, "For the Love of Wine" is full of wonderful, plentiful food and drink.
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