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Kshakal
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There is nothing better than wine tasting in a yurt with your bestie!

DivineDiana A yurt! 😲❤️👏🏻 2w
Bklover Looks so cozy! 2w
wanderinglynn How fun! 2w
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BC_Dittemore
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Pickpick

I thoroughly enjoyed this. Conceptually, it‘s very interesting — filtering history through the lens of popular beverages. I learned a lot about agriculture and the way different cultures approached or reproached these drinks. Plus I am walking away with a good amount of trivia to throw into random conversation. 😁

I listened to this on Audible. Sean Runnette‘s narration often sounded robotic, but overall he did a fine job.

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ElizaMarie
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BookLove4Ever I like that! 1mo
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tpixie
The Widow Clicquot | Tilar J. Mazzeo
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#12booksOf2022 #July

This nonfiction book (with some speculative fiction too) of a woman who built a champagne empire was interesting.
A companion book was the novel
Champagne Widows: First Woman of Champagne: Veuve Clicquot by Rebecca Rosenberg

Larkken I learned about her in this, separate book and her story really stuck with me. Fascinating! 1mo
tpixie @Larkken oh! Thanks! I‘ll stack that one! 1mo
Andrew65 A very different choice. 1mo
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tpixie
Vintage 1954 | Antoine Laurain
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#12booksOf2022 #May
Loved this fun book

Andrew65 Looks fun. 1mo
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brittanybooks
Sweetbitter: A novel | Stephanie Danler
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Panpan

I hated this so much! We get it, you romanticized moving to NYC, learning about food and wine, and wanted to have sex with a handsome and unavailable guy… who cares!? Blah! #book107of2022

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Sweetbitter: A novel | Stephanie Danler
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Sweetbitter: A novel | Stephanie Danler
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bookandbedandtea
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Pickpick

This was a really interesting way to look at history- through the lens of why and how various beverages became popular and how they impacted the world.

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bookandbedandtea
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#audiopacking and listening to this. I'm worn out this evening but at least the book is interesting.