I'm very pleased to report that Sphinx has published a terrific set of reviews for Tasting Notes. Moreover, I'm extremely grateful to Marcia Menter, Ross Kightly and Trevor McCandless for the generosity of their remarks on my pamphlet, as in the following examples:
"...the delights of this small but succulent pamphlet..."
"...All I can say is that the mouth feel of these poems is as exquisite as the wines claim to be..."
"...It is impossible for me not to love this pamphlet..."
"...I can’t resist the voice of grape waiting to be picked..."
"...I can’t begin to tell you how delighted I was..."
"...This book is lovely. Mouth-wateringly so..."
You can read the three reviews in full here. And don't forget you can still get hold of a copy yourself (and maybe even an accompanying bottle of wine) by clicking on the links to the right of this post.
There's a myth I've grown up with that the black notes are harder. "They're not," says my son, categorically, this evening. He realises that I am a pupil ...