We're putting together a list of The All-Time 25 Great Wine Books - and we want you our readers to help us compile it.
Which volume has been your indispensible companion on your wine trips, whether you're driving round Burgundy, hitchhiking in the Hunter - or just nipping into the cellar?
We simply want your top FIVE wine books, from this century, last century, or any time before that. If you rate it, we want to hear about it.
To enter, just send us an email with your top five wine books – title, author and publisher, and date of publication if you can
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The full list of the top 25 wine books of 2007 will be published on decanter.com in spring 2008.
To jog your memory here is a list of Amazon’s top sellers of 2007 (not necessarily published in that year). You don’t have to choose from this list.
25 Top Sellers on amazon.co.uk in 2007
The World Atlas of Wine by Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson
Hugh Johnson’s Pocket Wine Book by Hugh Johnson
MICHAEL BROADBENT”S POCKET VINTAGE WINE COMPANION: Over Fifty Years of Tasting Over Three Centuries of Wine by Michael Broadbent
Oz Clarke 250 Best Wines: Wine Buying Guide 2008 by Oz Clarke
Wine Report 2008 by Tom Stevenson
The Oxford Companion to Wine by Jancis Robinson
The Best Wines in the Supermarkets: My Top Wines Selected for Character and Style by Ned Halley
Wine For Dummies® (For Dummies) by Ed McCarthy and Mary EwingMulligan
Oz Clarke’s Pocket Wine Book 2008 by Oz Clarke
The Sotheby’s Wine Encyclopedia: The Classic Reference to the Wines of the World by Tom Stevenson
Oz and James’s Big Wine Adventure by Oz Clarke and James May
I Don’t Know Much About Wine, But I Know What I Like by Simon Woods
The Wine and Food Lover’s Guide to Portugal by Charles Metcalfe and Kathryn McWhirter
Oz Clarke Wine Atlas: Wines and Wine Regions of the World by Oz Clarke
French Wine (Eyewitness Companion) by Robert Joseph
The Juice 2008: 100 Wines You Should Be Drinking by Matt Skinner
Wine and War: The French, the Nazis and France’s Greatest Treasure by Donald Kladstrup and Petie Kladstrup
The Wine Diet by Roger Corder
Larousse Encyclopedia of Wine (Larousse) by Christopher Foulkes and Michael Broadbent
Wine Behind the Label 2008: The Ultimate Guide to the Worlds Leading Wine Providers and Their Wine by David Moore and Philip Williamson
Parker’s Wine Buyer’s Guide by Robert Parker
Wine Travel Guide to the World (Footprint Travel Guide) by Robert Joseph
Food, Wine and Friends by Fiona Beckett
Bordeaux (Mitchell Beazley Wine Library) by Stephen Brook
The Emperor of Wine: The Story of the Remarkable Rise and Reign of Robert Parker by Elin McCoy
For details on any of these titles go to amazon.co.uk
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