The Psychology of Wine Truth and Beauty by the Glass

Mitchell Evan, Mitchell Brian

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Cover Type: Hardcover
Book Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: Very Good
Publisher: ABC Clio
Publisher Place: Santa Barbara. CA
Publisher Year: 2009
Edition: First Edition

Description: 202 pages. Book and Jacket are both in Very good condition throughout. The only exception is a small inscription to the inside page.

Publishers Description: Since grape juice was first fermented, wine has captured the human imagination, engaging us in a uniquely personal way. According to authors Evan and Brian Mitchell, wine--more than any other organism, aesthetic object, or experience--reflects what it means to be human."The Psychology of Wine: Truth and Beauty by the Glass" parts company from the overwhelming majority of books on the subject in that it is neither a profile of some aspect of the industry, nor a collection of tasting notes. Rather, readers are invited to explore the body, mind, and soul of wine from the perspectives of flavor, metaphor, geometry, gender, and human characteristics, including beauty, honesty, and subtlety. Attention is paid also to the historical, geographical, and psychological roots of our affinity with wine and to how the language of wine is intimate to our desires, habits, customs, and culture. Entertaining and highly informative, this book will lead readers to think about wine in fresh and challenging ways.

ISBN: 9780313376504


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