7 edition of Italian Wines 2001 (Itlaina Wines, 2001) found in the catalog.
by Gambero Rosso
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||696|
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Contents: The big picture of Italian wine --The wine regions of northern Italy --The wine regions of central Italy --The wine regions of southern Italy. Appendixes. Pronunciation guide to Italian wine names. "A fun and informative read that takes the snobbery and mystery out of Italian wine labels." -- Colleen Oakley, author, Before I Go "Decoding Italian Wine is a totally enjoyable read that will leave you yearning to take a wine tour of the 'Land of Wine.'"-- Doug Pike, author/cartoonist, Gone with the Wine and Dining Out - Way Out.
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What’s in this wine guide: * A region-by-region review. This Approach Guide provides a high-level review of each of Italy’s regions, its red and white grape varieties, the denominations in which these grapes reach their highest expressions and the flavors wines typically exhibit.
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Italian wine has a long history. Italian wine has been produced for over 4, years, and is considered the perfect environment to grow wine, largely due to the country’s climate (which is perfect for viticulture).
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