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I am often asked if I just had one wine book what would it be. I like Hugh Johnson for reference material. His World Wine Atlas is excellent and is one I use often. The version I use is now out of print but a few used copies are available through this Amazon link. Inspire of full shelves this is still my go to book.
The 7th edition is available here. It has the added bonus of being co-authored by Jancis Robinson one of the world's few Masters of Wine and one of the early authors of wine books and reviews. I have not read this edition, but it sounds like it would even better than my 4th edition.
A question I frequently get asked is what is your cellar like physically. I used to have a separate room for the wine but could no longer afford the space. I now use wine coolers for long term storage. The ones I use are the Danby shown here.