Ten Poems about Wine | Selected by: Jonathan Davidson

John Keats’ “beaker of the warm South” must be the most famous glass of wine in poetry. Who could fail to remember the “beaded bubbles” and the “purple-stained mouth”? We can almost taste the rich berry notes as we read.

This selection features part of that much-loved paean to a luscious red, alongside poems that celebrate delicious wines of other hues. We experience a grape harvest in Spain which is celebrated as a form of alchemy, and a wedding reception at which wine represents all the good things that lie ahead for the new couple. Includes one poetry pamphlet, envelope and co-ordinating bookmark with space for your own personal message.

Paperback
21 x 13.7cm
24 pages

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