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Eric Asimov

  • How to Love Wine: A Memoir and Manifesto
    • Categories: Autobiography, biography & memoirs; Wine, beer & spirits
    • ISBN: 9780061802522 Hardcover (United States) 10/25/2012
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  • How to Love Wine: A Memoir and Manifesto
    • Categories: Wine, beer & spirits
    • ISBN: 9780061802539 Paperback (United States) 8/7/2013
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  • How to Love Wine: A Memoir and Manifesto
    • Categories: Wine, beer & spirits
    • ISBN: 9780062199355 eBook (United States) 10/16/2012
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  • Wine with Food: Pairing Notes and Recipes from the New York Times
    • Categories: Wine, beer & spirits; Magazine & newspaper tie-in
    • ISBN: 9780847842216 Hardcover (United States) 4/22/2014
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  • Wine with Food: Pairing Notes and Recipes from the New York Times
    • Categories: Magazine & newspaper tie-in; Wine, beer & spirits
    • ISBN: 9781306915083 eBook (United States) 7/2/2014
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Biography

Eric Asimov is the chief wine critic of the New York Times. His weekly column appears in the Dining section of the Times, and he contributes to the Diner's Journal blog on the Times's web site. Naturally, he is on Twitter, too, @EricAsimov. Before he started writing full-time about wine in 2004, Asimov wrote primarily about restaurants and food. He created the $25 and Under restaurant reviews in 1992 and wrote them through 2004. He is a co-author of five editions of The New York Times Guide to Restaurants, and published four editions of $25 and Under: A Guide to the Best Inexpensive Restaurants in New York. Asimov is a graduate of Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn., and did graduate work in American Civilization at the University of Texas at Austin. He is married to Deborah Hofmann, has two children, Jack and Peter, and lives in Manhattan.