For many, wine can be an overly complex, intimidating and - dare we say it - mysterious topic. And while it's true that there are things about wine that can be overwhelming for beginners, Find Your Wine skips such topics in favor of a simple flavor-related focus that puts the reader's personal preferences at the forefront, enabling them to buy and talk about wine, discover what they like, and much more, without depending on an understanding of Old World vs. New World, the merits of one region over another, and other dense criteria.
The book might suggest, for example, "Do you like Merlot? Great. You'll love Bordeaux." But then it will go on to explain why that is. By organizing the book by flavor profile (i.e. Bold, Crisp, Smooth, Buttery, Fruity, Bright, Sweet, Jammy, etc.), readers will establish a point of reference that informs every decision they make about what wine to drink when.
They'll learn how to describe what they're looking for and the kinds of wines they like at a wine shop or to a server. Or if they're on their own, they'll know how to pick something for a dinner or date that's certain to be a crowd pleaser. They'll also learn how to explore new wines with confidence, by first working off of the flavors they know they like.