The Sotheby's wine encyclopedia

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DK, Oct 16, 2005 - Cooking - 664 pages
9 Reviews
Featuring a regional Best Wines chart, a Troubleshooters' guide to potential wine faults, and a Taste Chart to identify flavors in a wine, this definitive, updated, geographically organized encyclopedia of wine identifies wines made in France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Africa, Australia, New Zealand, North and South America, and the Far East.

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Review: Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia: Fourth Edition, Revised

User Review  - Anu Apte - Goodreads

Great reference book. I keep it on hand and refer to it often. Read full review

Review: The New Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia

User Review  - Joelle - Goodreads

This is an impressive, dense tome that I use for reference. Now I am reading it like I mean it for a class. Ugh. It's a heavy one. I learned a lot from this one. A little dry but not for a lack of information. Read full review

Contents

The Rhône Valley
213
PORTUGAL 326341
327
The WINES
343
The WINES
397
The WINES
411
The WINES
441
Ihe WINES
459
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469
The WINES
548
Wine and Food
619
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About the author (2005)

Tom Stevenson has been writing about wine for 25 years and is the author of 20 books and the winner of 26 literary awards including, on three occasions, Wine Writer of the Year. In April 1999 he received the coveted Wine Literary Award, America's lifetime achievement award for wine writing. Only nine other authors have received this award prior to Tom Stevenson. The first edition of his Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia, published in 1988, won a record five awards, and The New Sotheby's Wine Encyclopedia, published in 1997 by Dorling Kindersley, won the Prix du Champagne Lanson Gold Label Award. These editions have sold more than 400,000 copies in 12 languages.

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