Signed copies of my books available for gifting!


Dear Dr. Vino,

My parents live in the San Francisco Bay Area, and are huge wine connoisseurs. I would like to give them a copy of “Wine Politics” for the holiday season, and it would be quite special if I could procure a signed copy; do you sell signed copies of your books for fans and admirers?

Thanks! All the best,

– Leigh

winepoliticsamzgiftAbsolutely! Getting into the holiday spirit, I’d be happy to sign copies of my books for site readers. I’ll do what I did for Leigh: just ask you to PayPal me $25 (tyler at drvino dot com), which covers the Amazon price, New York sales tax, and then USPS priority shipping back to you (domestic orders only). Please note that I can fit two books in a flat rate mailer so you can supersize your order and get two signed copies for the bargain $45–woohoo! Unfortunately, my elves can’t do gift wrapping for you so you may want to have it sent to your own address. Make haste since this offer expires on December 20!

Also of note, there’s also a Kindle edition of A Year of Wine! I can’t sign that one though.

Thanks for your support of this blog with your purchases of my books, either signed or unsigned! Cheers.

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2 Responses to “Signed copies of my books available for gifting!”

  1. Congratulations on having a Kindle edition of the book. When it makes sense, I do prefer the feeling of print, physically turning the ink-pressed pages. However, when it comes to traveling with books or being in school, it makes no sense. From 5th-8th grade I walked to and from school with, no exaggeration, a 35 pound book bag. Today, I see the same weary travelers, smaller versions of myself weighed down by their homework both emotionally and physically. I really hope this kind of technology takes off in public schooling systems. Of course, be it print or on a Kindle, neither well-withstand an accidental spill of the wine glass. Drink and read with caution.

  2. […] case you are puzzling what to get for father’s day, I’m happy to reinstate my offer of signed gift copies. Send me via PayPal the amazon price, tax, and shipping (say, $25) of either Wine Politics or the […]


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