Table of Contents

Introduction: Hungry for Wine

Chapter One: How to Live Your Wine Life with No Regrets

Tasting Note: 1970 Château Rauzan Gassies (Bordeaux)

Chapter Two: How to Find Your Feet — and Your Voice — in Wine

Tasting Note: 2008 Orvieto Secco (Italy)

Chapter Three: How to Live the “Wine Lifestyle” Anywhere

Tasting Note: 2013 Division Pinot Noir “Un” (Oregon)

Chapter Four: How to Catch a Rabbit, and What that Says about Who Harvests Your Grapes

Tasting Note: NV Jansz Premium Cuvée (Tazmania)

Chapter Five: How to Learn about Wine While Hiking in Patagonia

Tasting Note: 2005 Casa Real Cabernet Sauvignon (Chile)

Chapter Six: How to Protect Wine from Greece’s Economic Crisis

Tasting Note: 2013 Boutari Moschofilero

Chapter Seven: How to Market Wine when it’s Forbidden to Market Wine

Tasting Note: 2011 Suvla Reserve Petit Verdot-Karasakiz (Turkey)

Chapter Eight: How to Make Wine When your Country is at War

Tasting Note: 2012 Château Bargylus White (Syria)

Chapter Nine: How to Plant Vines in Order to Plant Roots

Tasting Note: 2013 Livio Felluga Terre Alte (Italy)

Chapter Ten: How to Wander through a Cemetery of Wine

Tasting Note: 2002 Viña Tondonia Red Reserva (Spain)

Chapter Eleven: How to Build Community of Wine

Tasting Note: 2013 Creation Wines Viognier (South Africa)

Chapter Twelve: How to Be Hungry for Wine

Tasting Note: 2011 Dirty + Rowdy Mourvèdre (California)

Conclusion: Just Drink the Stuff