Well here's a version of Greatest Hits for wine books just in time for the holiday season... Anything they left off?
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I'm surprised that Vino Italiano by Joseph Bastianich isn't on the list. That book was hugely helpful to me in wrapping my head around Italy.
This is a pretty random list that wasn't compiled by their "proprietary technology" but just a user of that site who does food tours.
I'd pay a great deal more attention to what people here on Guildsomm have to say.
Yes, seeing Madeline Puckette's Wine Folly at #1 gave me reason to be suspect..