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DAVID COBBOLD, LÉONIE SCHLOSSER, MATHIEU PERSAN

Atlas of French wines

Atlas of French wines

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  • Authors: DAVID COBBOLD, LÉONIE SCHLOSSER, MATHIEU PERSAN
  • Publisher: Hachette Pratique
  • French language
  • Publication date: 10/2021
  • Number of pages: 240
  • Dimensions: 24 x 31 cm
  • Weight: 1890g
  • Format: Hardcover
  • ISBN: 9782017047148

Presentation:

A wine tour of France in 40 maps that are both precise and graphic, drawn by cartographer Léonie Schlosser. All illustrated by Mathieu Persan, known for his posters, book covers and album covers. On the text side, David Cobbold, writer, journalist and trainer in the world of wine for 30 years, fine connoisseur of French terroirs. In this atlas, you will find: - All the French wine regions, the sub-regions and all the appellations that make up the French vineyard.
For each region, an infographic of essential data (area, production, climate, grape varieties, types of wine) and key words to understand local viticulture in the blink of an eye - A pleasure for the eyes and... palate: this atlas also offers a selection of essential wines for each region (500 wines you absolutely must know).

Of English origin, David Cobbold has been a wine professional since 1983. He has been marketing manager for national and international producers and distributors of wines and champagnes in France. Expert and trainer for several clubs or circles dedicated to wine, presenter of conferences for institutions, inter-professions and business schools in France, juror for various international competitions, he regularly contributes to specialized magazines in several countries.

Authors:
Co-founder in 2013 of the Académie du Vin et Spiritueux in Paris, David Cobbold is also a columnist and host for several radio and television programs specializing in wine. He has written and co-written around thirty works on wine.

Mathieu Persan is an independent Parisian illustrator born in 1978. Passionate about graphic design from the 1930s to the 1960s, he draws a significant part of his inspiration from this universe.

Léonie Schlosser is a cartographer, graduated in 1985, freelance for various publishers, the press (Géo Magazine, National Geographic, Terre-Sauvage, Bretagne Magazine...).

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