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"Laura Dave's latest is just another shining example of her expertise in exploring complex relationships and all the heartache, nuance, and ultimately, joy, that comes with them. "- goop.com "Your new escapist summer read."- Purewow.com "I couldn't put Eight Hundred Grapes down! Laura Dave writes with humor and insight about relationships in all their complexity, whether she's describing siblings or fiancï¿½s or a couple long-married. Eight Hundred Grapes is a captivating story about the power of family, the limitations of love, and what becomes of a life's work." --J. Courtney Sullivan, New York Times bestselling author of Maine and The Engagements "Reading Dave is like experiencing the sea-salty edge of a Nicole Holofcener movie that you've never seen, with set decoration by Nancy Meyer." --Lithub.com "Dave's tightly woven family drama is best enjoyed with a glass of wine (or two); readers found this one impossible to put down." -- Elle (#1 Reader's Prize Selection) "This novel's hero discovers the complexity of human relationships and desires amid the well-researched backdrop of a fictional Sonoma winery."--Wine Enthusiast "Dave (The First Husband) both charms and pulls at the heartstrings in this well-crafted novel... this winning tale will both satisfy on a literary level and encourage oenophiles to pour themselves a glass of a recent vintage to enjoy while reading; it's a tasty treat for wine lovers and teetotalers alike."-- Publishers Weekly "[A] breezy rom-com."--Us Weekly "Addictive." -- US Weekly "The idyllic life of Georgia Ford is crashing down - oh, and it's just days before her wedding. Cue cold feet." --Marie Claire "The fabulous Laura Dave is back with another tale of love, marriage, and family." --Popsugar.com "Need a vacation? Dave will transport you with mouthwatering lasagna, breathtaking vistas - and an unforgettable lesson in loyalty." --Glamour "Secrets and love affairs on a Sonoma vineyard mean reading with wine is basically mandatory." --Cosmopolitan "A charming summer read with depth, just perfect with a glass of California wine." --Booklist "Resolutions arrive slowly and often unexpectedly for each of them, giving this satisfying novel legs. A lovelorn winemaker's daughter seeks the right way to crush sour grapes into a winning blend." --Kirkus Reviews "Endearingly quirky...winningly explores the romantic choices we make." --USA Today on London Is the Best City in America "Laura Dave paints Sonoma County and its inhabitants with both warmth and smarts in this delicious novel. Eight Hundred Grapes is fun and thought-provoking, and is guaranteed to make you deeply thirsty for some Pinot Noir." --Emma Straub, New York Times bestselling author of The Vacationers "Eight Hundred Grapes is a quick, fun read, perfect for swallowing in one, delicious gulp rather than careful, measured sips." -Bustle.com