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Having enthused so much about the binding and typeface, I feel I need to point out a couple of glitches. Part of at least one grape pedigree diagram is illegible due to the binding. The problem is that the printing goes too far into the spine and it is absolutely impossible to open the book wide enough to make it all visible. All in all, it is a bit of a blow for those readers wanting to know the details of the pedigree of Briana, a “minor but usefully winter-hardy and increasingly popular American hybrid”, but I think I can live without it. (Update: The other pedigree diagrams affected by this problem are Pinot and Prior. All three are available as PDFs.) Also, the font used for the grape variety name headers could do with some kerning. When I first saw the variety TAUBERSCHWARZ I was wondering if it was two words: TAUBERSCHW ARZ. In this blog, my browser does a lot better job of kerning the WA combination than the book. And while I am at it, I found a spelling mistake – grindchildren. Lest I risk of becoming the Craig Revel Horwood of wine book reviews, the design and attention to detail still gets a 10 from me!

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