A "spellbinding debut" and "a feast for all readers" (Library Journal, starred review) about a food journalist's desperate attempt to save his career--and possibly, his marriage--through an epic quest that leads him from Burgundy through Russia, tracking an infamous bottle of wine. Ex-food journalist and nearly destitute wine connoisseur Bruno Tannenbaum has hit rock bottom. So when he stumbles on a clue hinting at a lost wine vintage, the 1943 Trevallier--stolen from France during WWII and now worth a fortune--Bruno is convinced that finding this wine could be the key to restoring his journalism career, and perhaps even his failing marriage. But as word spreads about his search for the Trevallier, Bruno finds himself in a desperate treasure hunt, racing from lush Burgundy vineyards through German inns and a Russian prison in this "positively delightful" (The Seattle Times) culinary expedition about second chances and "the power of food and wine to heal" (BookPage). "An unsnobby wine thriller [and] an excellent pairing with just about any book club." --Portland Tribune

Product Overview
ISBN 9781501112539
Categories BX, Contemporary Fiction, Fiction, New Arrivals
Author(s) David Baker
Publisher Atria Books
Pages 336
Format Paperback
Dimensions 13.2cm x 2cm x 20.1cm
Weight 0.272 kg