- Author: FRANCOIS COLLOMBET
- Publisher: Dunod
- Language: French
- Release date: 08/2020
- Number of pages: 303
- Dimensions: 22 x 16 cm
- Weight: 676g
- ISBN: 9782100815043
Appreciating a wine means knowing the grape varieties that make it up. Together with the terroir and the climate, they bring color, aromas and balance to the wine, and give it all its personality. Discover in this book the history and the characteristics of 50 grape varieties, from the most local to the most international, which give these great wines so appreciated, in France and abroad. Which grape variety(ies) for which appellation(s)? At the end of the book, find a useful correspondence table allowing you to choose the wine best suited to your tastes.
With this book, discover the grape varieties. From airén to zinfandel, via cabernet, chardonnay, malbec, riesling, sauvignon... Wine regions in France. Alsace. Bordeaux. Burgundy and Beaujolais. Champagne. Corsica. Swore. Languedoc-Roussillon. Provence and French Riviera. Savoy, Haute-Savoie and Bugey. South West. The Loire Valley. Rhone Valley. And great vineyards in the world. South Africa. Germany. California. Spain. Hungary. Italy.
François Collombet and a wine expert journalist. Creator of the "dico-du-vin" site, he is also the author of successful books published by Hatier.
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