My new book: first glimpse of the cover design

So here’s the cover design for the book Sam and I have written. I think the designers have got it right first time. Now it all seems a lot more exciting! It’s out in September.

7 comments to My new book: first glimpse of the cover design

  • Julia Sevenich

    Congratulations! I am looking forward to this. What an interesting and important subject!
    Best,
    Julia

  • Ben

    Jamie, bit weird it says ‘by the author of the Science of Wine’ but there are two authors above it.

  • Hi Jamie,

    Just wanted to say I am really looking forward to this book. Hopefully we will get it here in Canada fairly quickly after its release. Loved ‘Science of Wine’and its approach. Now I think it will be interesting to see you delve into one of the most pressing issues in wine today. Do you have any previews of some of the major topics you’ll be covering? Can’t wait to read it.

    Hunter

  • GREG SHERWOOD MW

    Can I have a complimentary copy seeing as I liked the cover!? Looking forward to reading it.

  • Andrew Halliwell

    Hi, grammar’s perhaps not my strong point, but shouldn’t it be “towards”?

    Also I won’t prejudge the book before reading it, but I’d be interested to read the definition of natural (including if it includes the use of oak grown off-site or not) and to see if the authors feel that non-natural wines are somehow not authentic and therefore perhaps not as good, or we shouldn’t really be drinking them, even though everybody currently does.

  • Congrats! Looking forward to reading it.

  • Dave Fuller

    I’m sure you’ve discussed this endlessly already – but aren’t you losing out on a considerable market by not calling/subtitling it ‘natural wine’?

    It’s got a huge buzz around it – 90% of your book if not all will be of interest to those who like the idea of natural wine – and you can digress easily inside to explain the difference between natural and authentic.

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