Good read for those who want to enjoy wine without the schollarly attitude some want to attach to it, The Wine X Guide to Wine.
This book definetly doesn't take itself too seriously. It also provides some good info on wine varietals etc. that sometimes people are too intimadated to ask about. Its got lots of reviews, but they are definelty not the usual reviews you get from like a Wine Spectator. Typical review:98' Echelon Chardonnay " A Texas debutante with a creamsicle - rich and proper, with a big stick between her lips".
I met one of the authors recently at a tasting, and their mission is to make wine drinking more appealing and less self important. I recommend this book to all my fellow beer drinkers.