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The Wine Lover's Daughter

A Memoir

by Anne Fadiman

Hardcover, 272 pages, Farrar Straus & Giroux, List Price: $25 |

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An author and essayist delves into her relationship with her father, a wine lover, by tracing his infatuation with the potent potable—from a glass he drank in Paris in 1927 to the one he had on his 80th birthday.

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Clifton Fadiman looks over a shipment of wine in 1984. His daughter, Anne Fadiman, says she was never able to appreciate wine the way her father did. Courtesy of Annalee Fadiman hide caption

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A 'Wine Lover's Daughter' Savors Her Dad's Vintage Story

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