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The Wines of California (Faber Books on Wine) epub

by Stephen Brook


The Wines of California (Faber Books on Wine) epub

ISBN: 0571190308

ISBN13: 978-0571190300

Author: Stephen Brook

Category: Food and Wine

Subcategory: Beverages & Wine

Language: English

Publisher: Faber & Faber (October 1, 1999)

Pages: 685 pages

ePUB book: 1613 kb

FB2 book: 1622 kb

Rating: 4.7

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In The Wines of California, Stephen Brook not only explains how the combination of climate, soil tradition . The last part of the book highlights specific wineries, as Brook surveys 630 of them and focuses on those of exceptional interest.

In The Wines of California, Stephen Brook not only explains how the combination of climate, soil tradition, and innovation has made California wines so distinctive and successful but also extends his exploration into the specific regions, varieties, and vineyards that are the embodiment of this success.

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The wine industry in California was founded over 150 years ago, and by the end of the nineteenth century, Napa Valley and . This text sets out to show why Californian wines are now recognized as among the finest in the world.

The wine industry in California was founded over 150 years ago, and by the end of the nineteenth century, Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley were celebrated for th. . It looks at the particular wine-making practices of the region and features a gazetteer detailing over 630 different wineries, along with lists of single vineyards.

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A fun wine book full of personal anecdotes and impressions to introduce you to the wine world or give you a.This is one of the best wine books for anyone who loves California wine. You get a great overview of California wine history and a peek at what is to come.

A fun wine book full of personal anecdotes and impressions to introduce you to the wine world or give you a different, humorous approach. because, let’s not take us too seriously, we are just talking about wine! One of the best wine books for anyone with a good sense of humor. Hilarious and unpretentious. A wonderful, engaging rea. great gift for any wine lover Los Angeles Times. Champagne: The Essential Guide to the Wines, Producers, and Terroirs of the Iconic Region - Peter Liem.

The FT's wine critic, Jancis Robinson, recommends the best wine books. So tell us about your first book, The World Atlas of Wine by Hugh Johnson

The FT's wine critic, Jancis Robinson, recommends the best wine books. So tell us about your first book, The World Atlas of Wine by Hugh Johnson. Presumably, you fell in love with this wine at Oxford and thought, ‘I want to know more about thi. Like almost any wine writer of my generation and those that followed, I realised that wine is nothing if not geography in a bottle.

The wines of California have a distinctive personality and style, which arise from a culture very different from that of most other wine regions. Whilst the area has abundant sunshine, the unique character of the wines comes from other elements, mainly the maritime influence or the elevation of the vineyards. This freedom has led to the swift evolution and diversification of the state's wine industry.

The wines of California have a distinctive personality and style, which arise from a culture very . Stephen Brook is the author of numerous books on travel, wine and other subjects, as well as an award-winning wine journalist

The wines of California have a distinctive personality and style, which arise from a culture very different from that of most other wine regions. Stephen Brook is the author of numerous books on travel, wine and other subjects, as well as an award-winning wine journalist. He has compiled anthologies and written a number of books on wine, especially on the wines of Bordeaux and California –including The Finest Wines of California, published by Aurum.

Heitz Wine Cellars is a California wine producer located within Napa Valley east of the town of St. Helena

Heitz Wine Cellars is a California wine producer located within Napa Valley east of the town of St. Helena. An early modern era Napa Valley presence and pioneering exponent of French oak, the estate enjoys a historical renown with the success of its Martha's Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, and has also been described as a "master of Grignolino".

Stephen Brook is a prolific author of anthologies, travel books, and a wide range of wine books published over the last thirty years, including "The Complete Bordeaux," "The Wines of Germany," "The Wines of California," "Wine People," "The Wines of Austria," and "Bordeaux.

Stephen Brook is a prolific author of anthologies, travel books, and a wide range of wine books published over the last thirty years, including "The Complete Bordeaux," "The Wines of Germany," "The Wines of California," "Wine People," "The Wines of Austria," and "Bordeaux: People, Power, and Politics.

The wine industry in California was founded over 150 years ago, and by the end of the nineteenth century, Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley were celebrated for the excellence of their wines. In The Wines of California, Stephen Brook not only explains how the combination of climate, soil tradition, and innovation has made California wines so distinctive and successful but also extends his exploration into the specific regions, varieties, and vineyards that are the embodiment of this success.

Starting with an extensive section on the main wine regions of the state, Brook includes lists of prestigious "single" vineyards, helping wine buyers to understand where these wines come from and what makes them so special This is followed by a section on viticulture and wine making, which provides information on the technical innovations that have brought California wines to their level of current prominence. The last part of the book highlights specific wineries, as Brook surveys 630 of them and focuses on those of exceptional interest. Throughout, he demonstrates the wide-ranging knowledge and informed enthusiasm that characterized his earlier, highly regarded book Liquid Gold: Dessert Wines of the World, for which he received the Andre Simon Award.