Champagne : The essential guide to the wines, producers, and terroirs of the iconic region Hardback
by Peter Liem
Winner of the Andre Simon Drinks Book of the Year Award. Winner of the IACP award in Wine, Beer & SpiritsA stunning box set, complete with seven vintage maps in a pull-out drawer. Based on six years of on-the-ground research and unprecedented access to actual Champagne growers, Champagne is the first book to actually describe producers and wines based on their terroir - enlightening readers by showing them exactly where, how, and by whom these great wines are made.
Champagne is one of the most iconic, sought-after wines in the world, beloved by serious wine collectors as well as everyday wine drinkers.
However, it is also one of the most misunderstood wines out there - obscured by a multimillion-pound marketing industry that makes it difficult for consumers to honestly judge value and understand what they're drinking. Included in the stunning box set are the Louis Larmat vinicultural maps - the only detailed wine maps of the region, which were commissioned by the French government in the mid-1940s and have never appeared in print in English.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 320 pages, 100 images
- Publisher: Octopus Publishing Group
- Publication Date: 10/10/2017
- Category: Wines
- ISBN: 9781784724474
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