Wine Lover’s Guide to Atlantic Canada by Moira Peters and Craig Pinhey

Whether it’s racking up international awards or attracting tourists to the east coast in droves, the world has taken notice of Atlantic Canada’s wine. The Wine Lover’s Guide to Atlantic Canada (Nimbus, 2016) is the definitive guide to region, through the blueberry-wine empire of Newfoundland and Labrador, to the isolated terroir of Prince Edward Island, the lush river vineyards of New Brunswick, and the rich coastal and valley wines of Nova Scotia.

In engaging, accessible text, sommelier-journalists Moira Peters and Craig Pinhey explore the history, climate, and industry of wine-making distinct to each Atlantic province, showcasing the various grape varietals, styles, and influences of this eclectic wine region. Features profiles of over thirty Atlantic wineries, sidebars, terroir maps, and is accented with over 75 stunning images from sommelier-photographer Jessica Emin.

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James M. Fisher is the Founding Editor of The Miramichi Reader. He began TMR in 2015, realizing that there was a genuine need for more book reviews of Canadian literature. It has since become Canada’s best-regarded source for the finest in new literary releases. James has been interviewed about TMR on CBC Radio and other media sites. He works as a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Technologist and lives in Miramichi, New Brunswick with his wife Diane, their tabby cat Eddie, and Buster the Red Merle Border Collie.