Larousse Wine

The World's Greatest Vines, Estates, and Regions

By Librairie Larousse
(Clarkson Potter, Hardcover, 9780307952226, 528pp.)

Publication Date: October 25, 2011

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Description

From the renowned experts of all things gustatory, Larousse Wine reveals to oenophiles the secrets of the world of wine—just as the legendary Larousse Gastronomique satisfies the culinary curiosity of gourmands across the globe. This lavishly illustrated reference covers every winemaking region, both established and emerging—from Europe and the Americas to Africa and the Far East—delving deep into practical information on grapes and vineyards, cellaring and vintages, while regaling readers with the history of some of the world’s most sought-after bottles. Destined to become an instant classic, Larousse Wine is a must-have guide for every wine enthusiast, whether amateur or longtime collector, to savor.




About the Author

LIBRARIE LAROUSSE, the creator of the illustrious Larousse Gastronomique, brought together a stellar committee of experts—including master sommeliers and scores of writers, researchers, editors, photographers, illustrators, and translators—to write Larousse Wine

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