Hoboken, NJ – The past few years have seen a rapid expansion of the global wine market, a trend expected to continue through 2019. The growing success of the wine industry can be attributed to many factors including new label trends and packaging such as wine in cans, boxes and kegs, along with the rise of online retail. These innovations have helped to make selecting wine less intimidating and more fun, which has contributed to the growth of a younger population of wine enthusiasts. The new edition of Wine for Dummies takes a deep dive into all things wine, covering everything there is to know, from classic wines to the latest, cutting-edge trends and innovations.
Available now, Wine For Dummies explains everything from understanding grape varieties and wine styles to navigating wine shops and selecting wines in restaurants. Authors Ed McCarthy and Mary Ewing-Mulligan share their expertise in the easy-to-follow, no-nonsense signature style of Dummies, breaking down everything there is to know for readers that range from casual beginners to intermediate wine enthusiasts. The book includes new information on emerging wine regions in the United States including Oregon, Washington state, and New York, along with international regions like Hungary, Croatia and Slovenia.
Ed McCarthy is a Certified Wine Educator, widely published wine writer, a regular columnist for WineReviewOnline.com, and a wine consultant. McCarthy is considered a leading Champagne authority in the U.S. He is the Contributing Editor of Beverage Media.
Mary Ewing-Mulligan is the first woman in America to become a Master of Wine and is currently one of 50 MWs in the U.S. and 380 in the world. She operates one of oldest and most respected wine schools in the U.S, International Wine Center in NYC.
About the book: Wine For Dummies, 7th Edition by Ed McCarthy and Mary Ewing-Mulligan (Dummies, November 2018, ISBN: 9781119512738, $24.99)
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