Author(s): Matthew Jukes
In its inaugural release, Taste Food & Wine 2007 leapt into position as the number one best-selling wine guide in Australia. The consumer-friendly style of this definitive guide made it extremely popular with the consumer market. Taste Food & Wine 2008 is even bigger and better.This year it’s been reworked to fully embrace wining and dining in New Zealand. A detailed reference to choosing the best wine to match with any dish, the book features engaging language to keep every reader entertained, It includes a strong emphasis on New Zealand wines in its chapter on the Best 365 Wines of 2008 as well as full overviews of New Zealand wine regions, vintages and producers. A New Zealand Retailer Directory features personalised reviews of the sixty most important wine shops between Invercargill and Auckland. The book features the first official ranking of New Zealand Pinot Noirs across five tiers. The Great New Zealand Pinot Noir Classification provides consumers around the world with a quick- reference guide to the best examples of New Zealand’s most famous red grape.