Larousse Encyclopedia of WineBook - 2001
A visual and cultural feast, this generously illustrated book is a comprehensive reference to the world's vineyards and to the enjoyment of wine. Hundreds of full-color photographs, maps and drawings illustrate the country-by-country, vineyard-by-vineyard descriptions of all the world's wine regions from the United States and Europe to New Zealand and the Orient. Full of practical information, the book also details the intricacies of pairing wine with food, wine selection and etiquette, as well as historical and technical information about how wine is made.
Publisher: New York : Larousse, c2001
Edition: Ed. fully updated in 2001 by Larousse
Branch Call Number: 641.22 L332
Characteristics: 624 p. : ill. ; 27 cm
Alternative Title: Encyclopedia of wine
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