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    • ISBN:9780600635864
    • Publication date:02 Aug 2018

Larousse Wine

By David Cobbold and Sebastian Durand-Viel

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  • £45.00

The definitive wine reference book, from one of the world's most prestigious wine brands.

The definitive wine reference book, from one of the world's most prestigious wine brands.

An expert guide to wine from the publishers of Larousse Gastronomique. This completely new and updated edition offers wide-ranging coverage of the key wine-producing regions of the world, with particular reference to French vineyards.

A short history and analysis of each region is followed by a survey of the types of wines produced, the specific properties that make the region unique, and the appellations of the area. New to this edition are more than 60 features on key wine producers around the world, affording a fascinating insight into what is involved in high-quality wine-making. Boxes and features throughout also cover a vast range of subjects such as how to read a wine label and whether to decant wine, through to organic wine-growing and bio-dynamics.

Biographical Notes

David Cobbold and Sebastian Durand-Viel are the co-founders of the Paris Academy of Wine.

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  • ISBN: 9780600635093
  • Publication date: 19 Oct 2017
  • Page count: 656
  • Imprint: Hamlyn
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