This year, a handful of wine books have risen to the top of the best published in 2022. Here are a few to savor.
If you’re an Italophile oenophile, pick up Chianti Classico, The Complete Atlas of the UGA Vineyards, Alessandro Masnaghetti and Paolo De Cristofaro (translated by Burton Anderson). This is a particularly helpful book for students of Italian wine, the first of its kind delving into the region after its new Unità Geografiche Aggiuntive (UGA), subzone classifications. Published by Enogea, the author’s imprint, and encompassing 500 pages and some 180 maps, it’s expected to be available in the U.S. in early 2023, but will be
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