Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson
Books by Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson
World Atlas of Wine
by Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson
"I started work on The World Atlas of Wine almost 50 years ago, in 1970. After four editions, at six-year intervals, I canvassed the help of my friend Jancis Robinson...This eighth edition is in my view the best yet; a true tour de force, redesigned and rewritten for a very different world from the first – or even the seventh. Total worldwide sales of the Atlas are approaching five million copies in 14 languages. I’m afraid your previous editions just don’t quite cut it any more." —Hugh Johnson on his website, Trad's Diary.
Interviews where books by Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson were recommended
The best books on Wine, recommended by Jancis Robinson
Reading about wine may not be quite as fun as drinking it, but can help open up a world of history, geography, science and culture. The Financial Times’s wine critic and daily writer on JancisRobinson.com, Jancis Robinson, picks the best books on wine.
The best books on Wine, recommended by Randall Grahm
The Californian winemaker gives us a fabulously eclectic reading list for understanding and enjoying the world of wine.