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Wine is a product of the land, made by dedicated producers in intriguing places all over the world. This stylish new book invites the reader to explore those regions and thus understand how a particular wine evolves from where and when it is created. Experienced wine writer Rosalind Cooper reveals how the vine grows through the year, and for each month, she focuses on a particular aspect of wine: for example, how it is made; vintages and vats; or how to choose the ultimate selection for your home cellar. There are mouth-watering menus to match to wine choices, and atmospheric accounts of where to travel to experience at first hand the most significant parts of the world of wine. Fairs and festivals where the wine lover can celebrate in style are also featured, and each chapter concludes with a fascinating profile of a key wine producer, from St?phane Tsassis of Champagne Laurent-Perrier to Peter Gago, Chief Winemaker of Penfolds, Australia. AUTHOR: Rosalind Cooper is an experienced journalist and writer on wine. She has published several books on the subject, and was formerly Assistant Editor of Decanter magazine and Editor of Wine Times, the magazine of the Sunday Times Wine Club. SELLING POINTS: ? An inspiring and entertaining month-by-month exploration of the world of wine ? Packed with practical advice and suggestions for what to drink and what to eat with it, where to go to discover the wine-making regions, and when best to travel there ? Beautifully illustrated throughout with colour photography and sketch maps ILLUSTRATIONS: 200 colour

A valuable guide to make nature's most prized drink accesible to all, but also an engaging read that will leave you thirsty for more - GAYOT

ISBN: 9781858945149
ISBN-10: 1858945143
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 223
Published: 1st December 2011
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 26.0 x 21.6  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 1.25