2 edition of Encyclopedia of wine. found in the catalog.
Encyclopedia of wine.
|LC Classifications||TP546 .S47 1968|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 442 p.|
|Number of Pages||442|
|LC Control Number||68007441|
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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/5(8). Christopher Foulkes is General Editor of the Larousse Encyclopedia of : Christopher Foulkes.
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pages: 30 cm A definitive reference guide to alcohol-based drinks Originally published:updated "Previously published as three separate volumes: The world encyclopedia of wine, The world encyclopedia of beer, and The spirits and liqueurs cookbook"--JacketPages: Early edition of this complete illustrated alphabetical encyclopedia covering all aspects of wine, with appendices on imports and exports of important wine countries, wine-and-food pairings, wine glasses, and more, handsomely bound.
Frank Schoonmaker was one of the most influential wine writers in the United States for decades. Revised and updated for the new millennium, "Hugh Johnson's Pocket Encyclopedia of Wine " is the essential reference for every wine enthusiast.
This 23d edition gives expert help in choosing a wine for every occasion and every budget. With current information on more than 6, wines, growers, /5(9).
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World of Books USA was founded in See details - Larousse Encyclopedia of Wine Hardback Book. Champagne is the celebration wine. It launches ships; it commemorates anniversaries; it toasts weddings.
As Talleyrand, foreign minister of France insaid, it is a civilising wine; an elevating wine, as Jorrocks neatly put it ('champagne certainly gives one very gentlemanly ideas').Brand: University of California Press. Larousse Encyclopedia of Wine This book is in very good condition and will be shipped within 24 hours of ordering.
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Also included are regional maps, label guides, and vintage charts, along with fascinating entries on the history, production, and appreciation of wine. Hugh Johnson's Pocket Encyclopedia of Wine is the peerless standard of wine guides, a crucial addition to the.
This 24th edition of the world's bestselling wine book gives expert help in choosing a wine for every occasion and every budget. With current information on more than 6, wines, growers, and regions worldwide, the Pocket Encyclopedia is packed with advice to assist your selection of wine, whether in stores or restaurants, for cellaring, or for special ed on: J “The best book I’ve read (and the most useful) is the World Atlas of Wine by Hugh Johnson and others.
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Coates's vast knowledge of his subject together with his natural gift as a storyteller make An Encyclopedia of the Wines and Domaines of France as informative as it is entertaining.