|Title:||The Great Wines of France: France's Top Domains and Their Wines (Mitchell Beazley Drink)|
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|Publisher:||MITCH (July 28, 2006)|
Clive Coates' penultimate book: The Great Wines of France: A Complete Guide to France's Top Domaines and Their Wines (Mitchell Beazley Drink) was published in October 2005. One hundred and ninety pages, generously illustrated, survey of 45 of France's top estates in Clive's usual lucid, elegant, informative style. Each profile is accompanied by notes on the last dozen or so vintages the property has produced.
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Library descriptions. Written by one of the world's most highly respected wine tasters this is a lavishly illustrated guide to France's most famous estates and their sought-after wines. Clive Coates profiles over forty top-class domaines from eight wine regions, delving into the captivating stories behind these world-renowned estates and featuring tasting notes taken from specific tasting events, with details of dates and locations.
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This lavish guide to France’s most respected estates and sought-after wines will delight any lover of French wine. Internationally recognized wine expert Clive Coates begins by profiling over forty of France’s top domaines from eight regions, exploring each producer-from Latour to Romanée Conti to Trimbach-and serving up illuminating stories behind some of France’s most reputable châteaux and most famous wine families. A range of beautiful photographs showcase each winery.
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Internationally recognized wine expert Clive Coates profiles each domaine - from Latour to Romanee Conti to Trimbach - and describes the illuminating stories behind some of France's most reputable chateaux and most famous wine families. There are extensive tasting notes for each of the domaines which are quoted from specific tasting events that the author has attended with details of dates and locations so that the reader gets a unique insight into the wines in context.