Midwest Book Review - Jack Mason
Wine and Climate Change: Winemaking in a New World is a seminal work and is especially recommended for professional, academic, and community library Agricultural Studies reference collections in general, and the personal reading lists of wine connoisseurs in particular.
wine.answers.com - Joe Roberts
Wine and Climate Change is well-researched, and well-argued, and isn't afraid to cite data whenever appropriate in the context of building its case. Johnson-Bell clearly knows the topic of wine in great depth, and the book is potentially useful (and an interesting read) for both those in the wine industry and those outside of it who simply love wine and are interested in the topic. . . . Acting as a quick read from an authoritative (and opinionated) wine source, and full of detailed knowledge that successfully builds its case, Wine and Climate Change is an enthusiastic and eye-opening look into how climate change may have already impacted the wine world, and what that could mean for the industry's future.
For L.J. JOHNSON-BELL'S other published books and articles, please visit www.THEWINELADY.com.