The best-selling guide to Australian wine has received an exciting facelift. A new team of designers has worked with author Jeremy Oliver to bring a new contemporary look and feel to The Australian Wine Annual, enhancing its popular appeal and user-friendliness.
Now in its 13th edition, The Australian Wine Annual is a must-have for wine enthusiasts. Alphabetically arranged, it is a handy-sized book that easily fits into a handbag, glove box or coat pocket. It features professional tasting notes of nearly 1200 new releases plus commentary on wine trends and the issues facing Australian wine.
The Australian Wine Annual takes the hard work out of choosing the best Australian wine since Jeremy Oliver selects the very best at each price-point. For a winery to be one of the 300-odd featured in the 2010 edition is itself a significant achievement.
In this new guide, he rates more than 11,000 wines, each of which he personally tasted himself. Non-technical and simple to follow, it presents a score out of 100 and a tasting note for the current release of each wine listed. Colour-coded charts of drinking windows indicate quality cellaring potential of back vintages of each wine. The book also features a full-colour high-resolution label of every wine covered, making it as easy as possible for people to find the wines they want to taste and enjoy.
There's also a handy up-front section featuring Jeremy's hot tips and opinions.
Format: Paperback with Flaps on Inside & Back Covers
Number Of Pages: 352
Published: 1st October 2009
Dimensions (cm): 19.800 x 13.100 x 1.500
Weight (kg): 0.407