Sure the labels are confusing and the pronunciation daunting, but France's wines continue to set the standard for excellence around the world. Whether you're well versed in French terroir or you're dabbling outside your comfort zone, this comprehensive guidebook will make you an expert in today's best and best-value wines from France. Jacqueline Friedrich's unpretentious tasting notes are utterly enjoyable and contain the perfect balance of information on specific wines, vintages, prices, and producers. So, pour yourself a glass of Pouilly Fuissé (that's "pooh-YEE fwee-SAY"), sit back, and savor THE WINES OF FRANCE.
|Publisher:||Ten Speed Press|
|Product dimensions:||5.28(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.78(d)|
About the Author
JACQUELINE FRIEDRICH is an American who splits her time between Paris and the Loire Valley. In addition to authoring the multiple award-winning A Wine and Food Guide to the Loire, she contributes to Hugh Johnson’s wine guides and writes regularly for the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and most of the usual suspects in publications devoted to lifestyle, wine, food, and travel. She lives in Paris and the Loire Valley, France.