Chardonnay - Tim AtkinViking, 1992, Hardback in Dustwrapper..
Condition: Very Good+ — in Very Good+ Dustwrapper.
Maps to the endpapers. From the cover: “Practical, authoritative and easy to use, these guides are indispensable companions for all who care about the character and value of the wine they drink and who want to make the most of the ever-increasing range of wine that is now on the international market. Chardonnay is best known as the classic white grape variety of Burgundy, but in recent years it has also been much sought after by the winemakers of California. In Australia, too, acres of vineyards are being grafted over to the world’s most fashionable grape. What explains Chardonnay’s success? It is, Tim Atkin argues, one of the most amenable and pliable of vines, easy to grow and also easy to mould into a variety of wine styles, using different techniques of fermentation and types of oak barrels.”
Illustrator: Sarah McMenemy
Size: 8¼" x 4¾"
Series: Guides To Grape Varieties
Number of Pages: 336
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