A Very Good Year, by Mike Weiss

Back to book reviews — we’re going to move Sam’s stuff over to his own blog. (About time. He’s practically two weeks old at this point.)

Anyway, I read A Very Good Year back B.S. (before Sam), and enjoyed it — sort of a fluffy book about how wine gets made — in particular at Ferrari-Carano Vineyards in Sonoma — and specifically about one of their white wines — the Fume Blanc. Interesting story about the process, people & business. Quick to read. But don’t buy it — just borrow it from me. ­čÖé

2 comments

  1. Thanks for not including any spoilers on your review! It’s been so hard avoiding any information – I have forced myself to work through the book as quickly as possible to avoid hearing anything. Need to just stay at home and read when number seven comes out.

    So far, I think it’s one of the best ones she has written.

  2. Thanks for not including any spoilers on your review! It’s been so hard avoiding any information – I have forced myself to work through the book as quickly as possible to avoid hearing anything. Need to just stay at home and read when number seven comes out.

    So far, I think it’s one of the best ones she has written.