Peter May wrote:How much detail do you need?
Are you studying for personal interest, for career reasons or to take an exam, eg sommelier, WSET, educator etc.
As a matter of interest - what is the online course
My first though was 'World Atlas of Wine' by Johnson and Robinson, as it has all you ask for.
Robinson's 'Oxford Companion to Wine' is a huge reference work and its alphabetical layout should make it easy to answer any queries that arise.
Both above books have had several editions, make sure you get the latest.
David Creighton wrote:i'd suggest tom stevenson's sothebys encyclopedia of wine.
Shaji M wrote:I got Robinson's The Oxford Companion to Wine. Its an exhaustive tome..almost a wine dictionary with cross references throughout. Although more illustrations wouldnt hurt it, this book would certainly fit my bill. Thanks to all. I will get the World Atlas of wine next week and I look forward to going thorugh it as well.
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