928 pages, 4.58 × 3.25 × 0.27 in
August 1, 2010
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 3833146141
ISBN - 13: 9783833146145
About the Book
This book is a wine atlas, reference work, and guide to all of the winegrowing regions in the entire world.
From the Publisher
The wines of South Africa, Italy, Germany, China and dozens of other countries and regions are explored in Andre Domine's gorgeous, gargantuan Wine. Incorporating a dizzying amount of information from a diagram of the olfactory mucosa to an exploration of proper vineyard soils, a discussion of the "Hades" method of wine maturation and recommendations about which white to have with oysters this tome is sure to please oenophiles and novices alike. And with more than 1,500 color illustrations detailed maps, vivid photographs of vineyards and snow-capped Alps by Armin Faber and Thomas Pothmann the book is as attractive as it is informative.
About the Author
Andrea Domine, in spite of his French name, was born in Hamburg and started as early as 14 to write for newspapers and revues. The great change in his life came when he moved to a winegrowers village in the prehills of the Eastern Pyrenees in 1981, simply looking for sunshine. Already a confirmed wine drinker, he learned working a vineyard and making wine at the tiny cooperative of his village.
He became the first German journalist writing on the - at that time - unknown estates of the South of France and had the chance to be part of a complete revolution in wine quality. His first book on wine was dedicated to the Roussillon region where he lives and came out in 1986. Since then, he has published 12 other books and contributed to a great number of German magazines like essen & trinken, Der Feinschmecker, Wein Gourmet, Alles Ã¼ber Wein, Weinwirtschaft,Weinwelt, VINUM, SÃ¼dafrika Magazin and others.
In 2001, he recieved the first ever German edition of the famous Champagne Lanson Prize as Best Wine Journalist in Germany. In the same year his encyclopÃ©dia WINE with photos from Armin Faber got the Prix Edmond de Rothschild as best winebook in France, and the American version recieved the James Beard Gold Award as best winebook in the States in the following spring. In 2005, he published again with Armin Faber the photo book Wine Landscapes of the World which was elected "Best Wine Book of the World" by Gourmand Cook Book Awards in spring 2006.
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