Cognac: The Guide for Cognac Lovers and Connoisseursby Axel Behrendt, Bibiana Behrendt
Cognac is associated not only with tradition and quality, but also with refinement, luxury, and even style. Although the region that produces it--the Charente--is quite small, the many different brands vary greatly
A handsomely illustrated, comprehensive guide to one of the world's classic spirits, featuring an annotated alphabetical listing of the finest brands.
Cognac is associated not only with tradition and quality, but also with refinement, luxury, and even style. Although the region that produces it--the Charente--is quite small, the many different brands vary greatly in taste and aroma. More than a hundred producers--from world-famous names to fascinating but little-known smaller vintners and distillers--are profiled in this handsome guide. Organized alphabetically for easy reference and illustrated with full-color photographs of the distinctive bottles, the entries contain extensive tasting notes describing aroma and flavor and providing information about the quality and individual character of each brand. In addition, the book teaches you everything you might want to know about Cognac, from its history to the way it is distilled and aged to recipes for Cognac cockatils. Complete with a glossary. Cognac is a must not only for aficionados but for anyone who has every enjoyed a sip of fine Cognac after a wonderful meal.
Other Details: 167 illustrations, 156 in full color 232 pages 4 3/4 x 4 3/4" Published 1997
- Abbeville Publishing Group
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- 5.15(w) x 8.62(h) x 0.86(d)
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