INVENTING WINE: A New History of One of the World's Most Ancient Pleasures
Tells the story of wine's 8,000-year journey from foul-tasting but spiritually important necessity to today's tantalizing object of consumer choice. Emphasizing change over continuity, Lukacs focuses both on how knowledge transformed the taste of wine and on how wine's cultural role changed as well. Illus.
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