Infinite Ideas publishes the best wine books in the world and the most interesting business books we can find. We’re firm believers in pursuing what we love and what interests us, and we love wine and believe business is the most dynamic social force on the planet. Our wine books help enthusiasts and professionals to understand wine better. Our business books help leaders at all levels to make sense of their business environments, their careers and the convulsive changes that are continuously reshaping both. All our books are beautifully produced and available world wide.

 

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Book ideas for the wine lover in your life

6 December 2018 by in Classic Wine Library, Wine and spirits

As we flip our calendars over to December it’s time to admit that, yes, the festive season is upon us. If you’re anything like the Classic Wine Librarians there will come a point when, exhausted from shopping and socialising, you yearn for some peace and quiet, a comfortable chair, a glass of wine and a good book to curl up with. (Read more)

Comprehensive update for seasonal best-seller

26 November 2018 by in Classic Wine Library, Wine and spirits

Port is a perennial favourite of the festive season, so appropriately this month sees a timely update of Richard Mayson’s classic, award-winning book on the subject. In the nearly 20 years since the first edition of Port and the Douro was published there have been changes in the vineyard, with growers having to adapt to altered seasons, in the cellar, as new technology becomes ever more sophisticated, and in the way the Port industry itself is organized. (Read more)

Why we believe in experts

23 November 2018 by in Book publishing, Classic Wine Library, Wine and spirits

Here at the Classic Wine Library we value expertise, which is why we recruited three highly knowledgeable wine experts to form our editorial board. Sarah Jane Evans MW, Richard Mayson and James Tidwell MS have all worked in various capacities in the wine industry. They understand it not just as writers and wine critics but also from the perspective of winemakers (Richard Mayson owned a vineyard in the Alto Alentejo for 15 years), sommeliers (James Tidwell co-founded TEXSOM, the US’s premiere professional beverage education event) and consumers (for ten years Sarah Jane Evans was Associate Editor of BBC Good Food magazine, where she encouraged the wider public to explore new tastes). (Read more)