The World Atlas of Wine

Sale price$75.00

"The World Atlas of Wine" by Hugh Johnson is an authoritative guide to the world's wine regions, covering everything from the history and production of wine to the specific characteristics of different grape varieties. With its detailed maps and informative writing, this book is an essential resource for anyone who loves wine and wants to deepen their understanding of the drink.

Here are some of the key features of "The World Atlas of Wine":

  • A detailed history of wine, including the origins of winemaking and its evolution over time
  • In-depth profiles of wine-producing countries and regions, including France, Italy, Spain, and the New World
  • Information about the various grape varieties used in winemaking and the unique characteristics of each
  • A guide to the tasting and evaluation of wine, including tips on how to identify different flavors and aromas
  • Information about the business of wine, including the economics of production and the role of marketing

Details of "The World Atlas of Wine":

  • Author: Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson
  • Publisher: Mitchell Beazley
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Number of pages: 416
  • Dimensions: 10.4 x 1.4 x 14.4 inches
  • Language: English
  • Published date: September 4, 2018