Wine Across America

A Photographic Road Trip

By Charles O'Rear (Photographer); Daphne Larkin (Text by)
(Wineviews Pub, Hardcover, 9780962522765, 224pp.)

Publication Date: October 1, 2007

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It was while enjoying a friend's bottle of out-of-state wine that renowned Napa Valley wine photographer Charles O'Rear and his wife, Daphne, decided to embark on the ultimate wine road trip. Eighteen months and 50,000 miles later, WINE ACROSS AMERICA presents the fruits of their journey, documenting the passion and pride of winegrowers, winemakers, and wine drinkers from New England to Florida, Alaska to Hawaii, and everywhere in between. The first photography book to showcase American wine country, this lavishly illustrated tribute will inform, entertain, and inspire readers to see and taste the American wine revolution for themselves.




About the Author

DAPHNE LARKIN is a writer specializing in the wine industry. She is a former United Nations journalist, reporter for Newsweek, television news writer, and senior vice president of corporate communications for a Fortune 500 corporation. She lives in Napa Valley, California.
CHARLES O’REAR photographed for National Geographic for 25 years and since 1990 has produced four books on wine. He began photographing winemaking when he moved to Napa Valley in 1978, and today owns the largest collection of wine photography in the United States. He resides in beautiful St. Helena, California.

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