Author(s): Scott Kennedy and John Saker
Discover what the angel does with her share, how to spot noble rot, and what it means to engage in pigeage in this illuminating guide to wine lingo. With charming illustrations and a vibrant sense of fun, Vinacular is sure to bring a smile to lips of wine-lovers everywhere.
Scott Kennedy is a Wellington-based illustrator whose work appears in books, magazines and newspapers in New Zealand, Australia, Canada and the United States. He has created the award-winning cover illustrations for all books in Awa Press Ginger Series (13 to date). Scott's paintings and prints are held in galleries and private collections in New Zealand and around the world. His work was chosen to celebrate the National Library's exhibition: 100 years of the New Zealand School Journal. John Saker is wine columnist for Cuisine magazine and Sunday magazine (Sunday Star-Times) and author of Awa Press's perennially popular book How to Drink a Glass of Wine, now in its fourth printing. His articles have appeared in the Listener, North & South and National Business Review, and he is a past winner of the Cathay Pacific Travel Writing Award. His book Tracing The Arc in the Montana Essay Series edited by Lloyd Jones received wide acclaim. He is also the author of The Pinot Noir Story (Random House).