Oz Clarke's Pocket Wine Guide 1999

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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Oct 1, 1998 - Cooking - 304 pages
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Amateur and connoisseur alike can be overwhelmed by the seemingly infinite variety of wine today-unless they have Oz Clarke in their pocket. The clearest, most complete, most affordable, and most enjoyable pocket guide to every wine in the world, Oz Clarke's Pocket Wine Guide instantly creates order out of chaos, in the restaurant or the wine shop, and does so with an irresistible enthusiasm. No other handy guide offers all this: A-Z listing and a complete index that puts every grape, wine, and winemaker at your fingertips. Entries on wines, regions, grape varieties, and producers. Up-to-date ratings of the best wines, best vintages, and best values. Tips on matching wines with food. Guides to the best vintages. Top wines of the year for every wine-producing country.

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About the author (1998)

Oz Clarke, one of the world's leading wine experts, is a featured advisor to winetoday.com, the New York Times wine Web site, and he has won all the major wine writing awards. He lives in West London. Margaret Rand is an award-winning wine writer and a former editor of Wine magazine, Wine & Spirit International and Whisky magazine. She contributes to a wide range of wine publications and Internet sites and has been general editor, then wine editor of Oz Clarke's Wine Buying Guide for the last 11 editions. Margaret has also worked as an editor on several other Oz Clarke titles.

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