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The Wine Trials 2010: The World's Bestselling Guide to Inexpensive Wines, with the 150 Winning Wines Under $15 from the Latest Vintagesby Robin Goldstein and Alexis Herschkowitsch
It's no secret among my friends that I like cheap wine. But I like good cheap wine. Both the 2009 and the 2010 editions of Wine Trials have featured some wines that I have tried and found tasty. This makes me excited to try more of their suggested inexpensive and readily available wines. Oh, and I'm not above boxed wine; I'm pleased to see my favorite box wine has a place in Wine Trials 2010. Bottoms up!
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Updated for 2010 and covering 50 percent more wines, it's the breakthrough wine guide that enamored the media?"Devilishly delightful" (Dallas Morning News), "Everyday wine drinkers can rejoice" (Newsweek), rattled the snobs?"Malicious duplicity!" (Wine Spectator) ?and caught the attention of consumers looking to drink better wines for less.
Now the hardworking authors and editors, along with a double-blind panel of wine experts and consumers, blind-tasted wines under $15 that will be available to consumers in 2009 and 2010. The Wine Trials 2010 will reveal the 150 winners of this year's competition?the best wines on the market for under $15.
About the Author
Alexis Herschkowitsch is the coauthor of five Fearless Critic restaurant guides and a contributor to Fodor's travel guides. She is a graduate of the University of Texas and has a WSET advanced wine and spirits certificate.
Robin Goldstein is author of The Wine Trials and co-author of The Wine Trials 2010 and The Beer Trials. He is a contributor to the New York Times' Freakonomics blog, and has written for more than 30 Fodor's travel guides, from Italy to Argentina to Hong Kong. He has an A.B. in neuroscience and philosophy from Harvard University, a J.D. from the Yale Law School, a certificate in cooking from the French Culinary Institute in New York City, and a WSET advanced wine and spirits certificate.
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