Reading the wine writer Alice Feiring’s new book of autobiographical essays, “To Fall in Love, Drink This,” is to discover her uncommon palate. She guides you through the Jura in France and Moravia in the Czech Republic; shows a preference for Northern Rhônes like Crozes-Hermitage over Châteauneuf-du-Pape, the “fanciest” Rhône in the south; and can be dismissive of entire regions and popular brands, like the Champagne with the orange label. Ms. Feiring is also a natural wine maven easily seduced by oxidative wines. The essays cover her childhood, adventures, misadventures and the evolution of her career. “To Fall in Love” has as much to do with wine as with her rocky romances. Finish every drop.
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