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by Michael Cooper

Download Pocket Guide to New Zealand Wines and Vintages eBook
ISBN:
0340508388
Author:
Michael Cooper
Category:
Beverages & Wine
Language:
English
Publisher:
Hodder & Stoughton Ltd (June 1, 1994)
Pages:
256 pages
EPUB book:
1619 kb
FB2 book:
1985 kb
DJVU:
1591 kb
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4.9
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728


FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This guide to New Zealand wines covers all of the important aspects of viticulture in New Zealand, exploring the influences which gave New Zealand's wines their cool climate characteristics.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The author then takes the reader on a region-by-region tour of New Zealand's vineyards.

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Michael Cooper is New Zealand's most acclaimed wine writer, with 35 books and several major literary awards to. .

He is also the New Zealand consultant for Hugh Johnson's annual, best-selling Pocket Wine Book and the acclaimed World Atlas of Wine

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This guide to New Zealand wines covers all of the important aspects of viticulture in New Zealand, exploring the influences which gave New Zealand's wines their "cool climate" characteristics. The author then takes the reader on a region-by-region tour of New Zealand's vineyards, tracing their histories, introducing their owners and winemakers and pinpointing their most outstanding wines.