Journal of Wine Economics
Vol. 16, Pages 102-114
Having only recently read Ron Chernow’s excellent biographies of Alexander Hamilton (Chernow, 2004), George Washington (Chernow, 2010), and Ulysses S. Grant (Chernow, 2017), I was eager to read a biography of Hamilton’s great political opponent, George Washington’s talented Secretary of State, and—of course—the third President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson. Instead, I “changed it up,” as my son would say, by reading this work by James Gabler that promised from its title to combine my armchair fascination with American history and my abiding interest and love of fine wine.
Stavins, Robert N. "Book Review: James M. Gabler: Passions: The Wines and Travels of Thomas Jefferson." Review of Journal of Wine Economics, 16 , 2021: 102-114.