Vino Italiano Buying Guide: The Ultimate Quick Reference to the Great Wines of Italy

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Clarkson Potter, 2008 - Cooking - 304 pages
An updated companion volume to Vino Italiano provides a convenient, consumer's guide to Italian wine, listing high-quality Italian wines that are available in the United States along with information about the winemaker, ratings of the wineries, descriptions of the wine, and other valuable consumer data. Original. 15,000 first printing.
 

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Oenophiles and gourmands alike will recognize Bastianich as the other half of Mario Batali's empire, which has put up such temples to food and drink as Babbo, Esca and Lupa in Manhattan. Bastianich ... Read full review

Contents

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Producer Directory _ uwu1
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Appendix ll Grape Varieties
237
Appellations
253
Appendix IV Guide to Barolo
289
Bibliography
303
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JOSEPH BASTIANICH is co-owner (with Mario Batali) of Babbo, Esca, Lupa, and Italian Wine Merchants, as well as (with Lidia Bastianich) Becco and Felidia, and has published extensively on the subject of Italian wine. He lives in Greenwich, Connecticut.
DAVID LYNCH is the wine director at Babbo and has been a senior editor at "Wine & Spirits. He lives in New York City.

JOSEPH BASTIANICH is co-owner (with Mario Batali) of Babbo, Esca, Lupa, and Italian Wine Merchants, as well as (with Lidia Bastianich) Becco and Felidia, and has published extensively on the subject of Italian wine. He lives in Greenwich, Connecticut.
DAVID LYNCH is the wine director at Babbo and has been a senior editor at "Wine & Spirits. He lives in New York City.

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