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A selection of worth to be reading books about wine from wine lovers authors
“The Emperor of Wine: The Rise of Robert M. Parker Jr. and the Reign of American Taste”
This book about famous Robert Parker Jr is written by Elin McCoy. Two famous wine critics give their reviews.
date: 2006-03-18

"A life uncorked" by Hugh Johnson
In 1965, Hugh Johnson wrote a book. Simply titled Wine, it was the beginning of a career that saw him established as the world’s leading wine writer – subsequent works, including his famous pocket book and the iconic world atlas of wine, have all been best-sellers that have spawned a host of imitators.
date: 2006-03-21

"Biodynamic wines" by Monty Waldin
I must declare at the outset that this is a book I was looking forward to for a while.
I find biodynamic wine a fascinating subject – some of the most interesting producers in the wine world have decided to farm their vineyards the biodynamic way. I also have a lot of time for Monty Waldin, a wine writer who follows his convictions and has been an advocate for organic and biodynamic wine growing.
date: 2006-03-21

“Great Wine Terroirs” by Jacques Fanet
Beautifully illustrated with lots of glossy colour photos, this is a very pretty book, and I’ve had great fun browsing through it. I’ve also learned a lot. It’s written by an ex-assistant director of the INAO in France, who’s cited as an expert in soils science, vitculture and oenology, and it has been translated from French.
date: 2006-03-23

“I don’t know much about wine…but I know what I like” by Simon Woods
Introduction to wine books abound. The problem with almost all of them is that they are formulaic, repetitive and just plain boring. But there’s a new one out, and it’s different. It’s small, perfectly formed, cheap and, most importantly, it’s really interesting.
date: 2006-03-23

“The New France: A Complete Guide to Contemporary French Wine” by Andrew Jefford
Andrew Jefford's “The New France” is a magnificent book. I was going to start off by calling it a 'seminal' work, but this is an over-used word that sounds a bit pseudy and pretentious. It would be a fair descriptor, though, because this is a very important, timely publication that deserves a wide readership.
date: 2006-03-23

“Rick Stein
This book explores French culinary tradition and gastronomy .Beginning with a diary of the author's trip and then divided into 6 chapters, with recipes at the back, this book is illustrated throughout with food and location shots.
date: 2006-03-23

“ Riesling Renaissance” by Freddy Price
Riesling has recently undergone an incredible leap in reputation, establishing itself once again as one of the world's great wines. Freddy Price documents this renaissance,
date: 2006-03-23

“White Wine” by Andre Domine
A review from the Library Journal
Both novice and experienced wine lovers will savor this lushly illustrated, gorgeously packaged introduction to the world of wine. After opening with a brief history of this intoxicating potable, it covers the basics on choosing, serving, tasting, and storing wine.
date: 2006-03-23

“Wine for Women” by Leslie Sbrocco
"Wine is not to fear or revere, but to enjoy," says Leslie Sbrocco, wine expert. And that's exactly what she shows you how to do in Wine for Women, the first wine book written exclusively for women -- the majority of wine consumers.
date: 2006-03-23

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Colmar. Capital of alsacian vineyards.
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Colmar. Nice city.
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Colmar. Nice city.


Colmar. Nice city.

Colmar. Capital of alsacian vineyards.


Colmar. Capital of alsacian vineyards.


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