Some two hundred pages tell the story of a legendary wine estate, lying at the foot of the renowned Saint-Émilion hillsides and known throughout the world for both its wines and its film career.
Maps and graphics explaining all there is to know about wine: grape varieties, aromas, pairing wines with food, storage, labels, bottles and glassware. A guide as useful as it is stylish. In English.
The first Lonely Planet guide to travelling the vineyards of the world, from California, through France, to Tuscany, and including Turkey, Portugal and New Zealand. In English.
Ice wine from Quebec, and wines from the Gobi desert or from grapevines over 15 metres high. Just some of the little-known grape varieties, and unlikely climates and soils, revealed in this book.