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The wine lover"s guide to France.

Michael Busselle

The wine lover"s guide to France.

by Michael Busselle

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Published by Pavilion Books in London .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL21940930M
ISBN 10185145148X
OCLC/WorldCa650415612

Bottles (and books!) for wine lovers. Led by a sommelier or oenologist guide, this small-group or private tour introduces people to France’s wine regions from Bordeaux to Burgundy, as well as its lesser-known areas. The tour includes stops for wine—and fromage and charcuterie plates, Author: Lyndsey Matthews.   Just a sampling of my growing collection of favorite wine books and maybe a few ideas for the wine lover in your life. 1. The Oxford Companion to Wine, by Jancis Robinson & Julia Harding For wine geeks, it is the go-to wine reference book when you have a question or need more g: France.

The Booklovers’ Guide to Wine covers vast amounts of information without ever becoming dry in delivery. I found myself making quick progress through the plus pages, continuously engaged along the way. Isn’t that what we all want from a good book?" - Texas Wine Lover/5(14). The best Bordeaux Guide to everything about Bordeaux and its wines offers links to fully detailed profiles, histories, wine tasting notes, ratings and look at their terroir, soil and wine making techniques, along with images for every important Bordeaux Chateaux from the Left Bank and the Right Bank in order by appellation.. St. Estephe; Pauillac.

  I’ve just added a new volume to the shelves on the left. It’s called Vineyards, Rocks, & Soils: The Wine Lover’s Guide to Geology by Professor Alex Maltman (Oxford University Press). I have contributed a small (unpaid) Foreword to this book, but it is Maltman’s lucid, dense and deeply informative text which merits its inclusion in the dog-eared pantheon.   Guidebooks City Guide Apps Travel Phrase A Wine-Lover’s Guide to Cycling Tours Around the World. Ian Centrone the world’s most exclusive members-only wine club. Book Author: Ian Centrone.


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