Book on wine and junk food passes Barack Obama on Amazon best-seller list

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It’s a vine of the times.

A book about pairing fine wine with fast food hit No. 4 on Amazon’s best-seller list over the weekend — even surpassing sales of Barack Obama’s “A Promised Land” on Saturday.

“Big Macs & Burgundy: Wine Pairings for the Real World” by Vanessa Price and Adam Laukhuf celebrates sipping Sancerre and Cheetos or pouring a glass of Lambrusco with PB&J. The book’s based on Price’s Grub Street wine column, and came out in October as locked-down folks snack ‘n’ slurp at home at record levels.

Sources said sales of the book spiked further on Saturday thanks to a Price profile on “CBS This Morning.”

The book sold out on Amazon, but we hear publisher Abrams is rushing to restock.

As of Sunday the book was at No. 9 on Amazon’s best-seller list, but hit No. 1 on Barnes & Noble’s top 100.

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