The shortlisted books for the 2014 drink category are:
Jura Wine with local food and travel by Wink Lorch (Wine Travel Media)
Natural Wine by Isabelle Legeron (Cico Books)
Sediment by Paul Keers and Charles Jennings (John Blake Publishing)
Sherry by Talia Baiocchi (Ten Speed Press)
Wine Atlas of Germany by Dieter Braatz, Ulrich Sautter and Ingo Swoboa (University of California Press)
A Year at Otter Farm by Mark Diacono (Bloomsbury Publishing)
Bread, Cake, Doughnut, Pudding by Justin Gellatly (Fig Tree/Penguin)
Spoonfuls of Honey by Hattie Ellis (Pavilion Books)
Honey & Co by Sarit Parker and Itamar Srulovich (Saltyard Books)
Made in India by Meera Sodha (Fig Tree/Penguin)
The Shed: The Cookbook by Oliver Gladwin, Richard Gladwin & Gregory Gladwin (Kyle Books)
The Virtues of the Table by Julian Baggini (Granta Publications)
Congratulations to all those shortlisted in particular Wink Lorch who crowd funded her book and then produced it on time.
The winners in each category will receive £2000 and each shortlisted author receives £200. The awards will be presented at a reception at the Goring Hotel in London on 31 March. Previous winners include Michel Roux, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Nigel Slater and Rick Stein.