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These three new releases are best enjoyed alongside a glass of wine on a sunny afternoon.

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The New French Wine: Redefining the World’s Greatest Wine Culture, by Jon Bonné

This massive (and, at $176, pricy) two-book box set is billed as the first definitive guide to contemporary French producers (800 of them) and wines (7,000 of those). The managing editor of Resy and award-winning author of The New California Wine knows his stuff, and it’s all here. The book is  packed with essential information, but it’s also just a darn good read.

Oregon Wine + Food, by Kerry Newberry and
Danielle Centoni

Considering a road trip this summer? Then let this gorgeous book be your guide. Over the last half-century, Oregon has evolved into a top wine and culinary destination. This book features stories from 40 of the state’s most influential wine professionals alongside 80 recipes showcasing the region’s bounty. Inspiring for cooks, wine lovers and hungry travellers alike. 

Wine Witch on Fire: Rising from the Ashes of
Divorce, Defamation, and Drinking Too Much,

by Natalie MacLean

It’s been just over a decade since the alleged plagiarism scandal that rocked the wine-writing world, and MacLean has bounced back with this dishy, soul-baring memoir. In it, the James Beard Award-winning writer and podcaster describes her own wakeup call, while pointing out misogyny in the wine world. This is one that people will be talking about.

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