"This may be the most user-friendly guide to wine you’ll find...Written with humor and charm, this book would be a great addition to any wine lover’s book collection."
--Non-fiction Authors Association
One of the Best of 2014! Indie Reader Awards
2014 Next Generation Indie Book Awards Winner
IR Verdict: NOSE, LEGS, BODY provides a wealth of helpful knowledge and facts all out of proportion to its relatively short length. This is a useful guide to anyone who isn't already a wine aficionado and who would like to be, or someone who would simply like to expand their appreciation of one of the finer pleasures in life.
"The author knows his subject and it shows. He writes with authority, but in a tone that is friendly and approachable. Thoroughly enjoyed reading his content, learned a lot about the subject, and feel that it provides good value and an interesting read." -- Independent Book Publishers Association
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Chosen by 805 Living magazine
as one of the
best "Booze Books" of 2013.
December 2013 Issue of 805 Living Magazine
Chosen as one of the best Booze Books of the year.
Nose, Legs, Body!
Know Wine Like The Back of Your Hand
"Len Napolitano is a wine writer and wine educator and has been a fixture on TV's Fine Living Network. Like all good teachers, he respects his audience and would rather invite them to the party, than to intimidate them.
A quick read will do much to raise the confidence of fledgling wine fans and the glossary and appendices will be valuable for those questions that come up later."
"This little book manages to achieve a lot without being patronising in style or tone, without fear or favour and without it feeling like you are undergoing an initiation ceremony for a secret society. It is just like sitting down with the author or another expert and saying in everyday language "hey, why does…?" and getting a similarly clear, jargon-free, informed reply."
"Through it all, the author maintains a chatty, cheerful tone that suggests an old friend who genuinely appreciates wine and wants to share that joy with the reader." --Catherine Langrehr for IndieReader