Wine Travel Guide To The World Footprint Activity & Lifestyle Guide
The first of its kind, this groundbreaking guide to the wines of the world in specifically written with travellers who enjoy wine in mind. It is a journey through the rambling tendrils and dark cellars of the world's great vineyards, providing the history of each region, tasting tips, wine recommendations, soil and grape information. Renowned wine author and journalist, Robert Joseph, has compiled a delightful selection of the best wine experiences from around the world. Wine conoissuer Robert Joseph is a prolific wine writer The guide is not solely about vineyards and wineries, it also includes a wide range of recommended wine-focused restaurants and bars in most of the world's major cities Detailed and thoroughly researched this guide is perfect for anyone with a love of wine
- Paperback | 384 pages
- 190 x 206 x 26mm | 1,079.56g
- 01 Dec 2006
- Footprint Travel Guides
- Bath, United Kingdom
- 1st edition.
- 20 colour maps cross referencing with the text
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Table of contents
1) Essentials 2) France 3) Spain 4) Portugal 5) Italy 6) Germany 7) Rest Of Europe 8) North America 9) Latin America 10) Australia 11) New Zealand 12) Levant & Africa 13) Asia
About Robert Joseph
Robert Joseph is one of the most widely travelled wine writers in the world. The Wine Travel Guide to the World is his 28th book. Previous publications include, The Good Wine Guide, The Complete Encyclopedia of Wine, The Wines of the Americas, French Wines, Bordeaux and its wines and the Art of the Wine Label. Robert Joseph lives in London with his partner, two children and a ludicrous number of bottles of wine.