The New French Wine
The New French Wine
- Author: JON BONNE
- Publisher: Ten Speed Press
- English language
- Publication date: 03/2023
- Number of pages: 864
- Dimensions: 20 x 25 cm
- Format: Hardcover - Box of 2 books
- ISBN: 9781607749233
The first definitive guide to contemporary French wines and producers in a luxury two-book box set, from a winner of two James Beard Awards!
This comprehensive and authoritative resource takes readers on a journey through all of France's wine regions, with some 800 producers and more than 7,000 wines, evocative photographs and maps, and incisive storytelling and engaging storytelling that have earned Jon Bonné praise and legions of fans in the wine world.
Presented in a luxury box and the result of eight years of research, The New French Wine is a one-of-a-kind book exploring the world's most popular wine region. First, examine the territory through a detailed narrative presentation of each region – the soil and geography, distinctive traditions and contemporary changes. Then move on to the second book, which is a comprehensive reference guide to the producers and their wines, also detailed by region. From Burgundy to Bordeaux and everywhere in between, this book is sure to be the benchmark for modern French wines for decades to come.
Jon Bonné is one of America's leading voices on wine and food. Currently the editor-in-chief of Resy, he was for nearly ten years the editor and wine critic of the San Francisco Chronicle, the lifestyle editor and wine columnist for MSNBC, the American columnist for Decanter magazine and a wine consultant. wine for JetBlue Airways. His work has earned him three Roederer Awards – the most ever won by an American, including for his groundbreaking book The New California Wine – and has been recognized by the James Beard Foundation a dozen times.
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