The Infinite Ideas blog

We write on a variety of subjects and often post exclusive ideas by our bestselling authors. We publish a diverse list and our blog reflects this so if you don’t find a post that interests you today check back later in the week and you’ll probably find something that takes your fancy. Happy reading.


SALE – Classic Wine Library seconds

21 October 2016 by in Uncategorized

We have a limited number of seconds of Spirits Distilled and The wines of Faugères available at a hugely discounted rate. The wines of Faugères, rrp £30, sale price £10 These books have been printed with the plate section in black and white rather than colour. In all other respects the books are identical to …
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Infinite Ideas announces editorial board for Classic Wine Library

28 September 2016 by in Classic Wine Library

Publisher Infinite Ideas is pleased to announce the editorial board for its Classic Wine Library, which launched this summer with nine titles. The series will be presided over by three well-known personalities of the international wine business, Richard Mayson, Sarah Jane Evans MW and Joshua Greene. Infinite Ideas’ Editorial Director, Rebecca Clare, said: “Naturally we …
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What makes a biodynamic wine?

4 August 2016 by in Classic Wine Library

Nine preparations and a sustainable approach to farming Soaring in popularity and demand over the past decade, organic and biodynamic wines are on the rise. But what is the difference between organic and biodynamic farming? In 1924 Rudolf Steiner came up with the idea of biodynamics as a system; it pre-dates the global agricultural movement …
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High noon in East Asia: the coming implosion of North Korea

3 August 2016 by in Codebreaking our future, Current events

By Michael Lee, author of Codebreaking our Future There is more to the current war of words between North Korea and the US–South Korea alliance than sabre-rattling. After its northern neighbour conducted its most powerful nuclear test yet, triggering a magnitude 5.3 earthquake in the process, South Korea promised to ‘annihilate’ Pyongyang if there is …
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Preparing for a Pax Trumpicana

3 August 2016 by in Codebreaking our future

A blog by Michael Lee, futurist and author of Codebreaking our Future and Knowing our Future. A Pax Americana is defined as a state of relative international peace overseen by the US superpower. A Pax Trumpicana would be a revision of this order according to a bold, new, highly personalised, US-centric presidency of Donald Trump …
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Biodynamic wine by Monty Waldin

27 July 2016 by in Classic Wine Library

Are cows’ horns filled with manure going to change our wine-drinking habits? For years, wines have been sorted into fairly standard categories, by region, colour or style, but there is a growing phenomenon among winemakers and consumers that is challenging that categorisation: biodynamic wine production. This isn’t any sort of voodoo or quasi-religious trickery, nor …
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