Into the Earth: A Wine Cave Renaissance by Daniel D'agostiniInto the Earth: A Wine Cave Renaissance by Daniel D'agostini

Into the Earth: A Wine Cave Renaissance

byDaniel D'agostini, Molly Chappellet

Hardcover | November 1, 2009

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From the hand-dug caverns of the late 1800s to the elaborate, dramatic caves of recent decades, this is an intriguing overview of Napa Valley’s wine caves—where wine is stored at specific temperatures in order to leave the land unscarred and available for agriculture. The magic, mystery, and magnificence of the region—from the rich history and unique character to the classic architecture and delectable cuisine—is fully captured in this stunning guidebook that profiles such esteemed estates as Quintessa, Spring Mountain, Far Niente, and Stags’ Leap. Perfect for wine enthusiasts and novices alike, this tour of California wine caves also includes profiles of the stewards of the land, who share their philosophies, accomplishments, and dreams for the future.

Daniel D’Agostini, author-photographer of Into the Earth, uses the medium of photography to explore, document and teach. His limited-edition color and black-and-white prints are noted for their delicacy and sensitivity. His photographic work has been published in a variety of printed media, including books Storm Over Mono Lake, Califor...
Title:Into the Earth: A Wine Cave RenaissanceFormat:HardcoverDimensions:240 pages, 9.75 × 12 × 1 inPublished:November 1, 2009Publisher:Panache PartnersLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1933415827

ISBN - 13:9781933415826


Editorial Reviews

"A phenomenal collection that dives into California's quiet, dark, and cool locations."  —ENTRÉE