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Pocket Wine Book 2013 Hardback and eBook

Comments Off 10 December 2012

Indispensable as ever, Oz Clarke Pocket Wine Book 2013 is the complete and essential A-Z guide to wine. It has more information, more recommendations, more facts, more passion and opinion than any other comparable guide to wine.

With more than 1,600 entries and featuring over 7,500 wines, Oz Clarke’s now classic Pocket Wine Book is the definitive guide to the world’s top wines, producers, regions and grape varieties.

Just look up the wine you are thinking of buying (at home or abroad) and you’ll have Oz’s expert recommendations to hand in an instant. You can’t hold all the wine information you need in your head, but with this guide you can be sure it’s in your pocket.

The book also includes:

• Easy to use A-Z organisation
• Two-page features on the world’s most important wine styles, regions and grape varieties
• How to choose wine with food
• Oz’s personal favourites: 20 lists of the wines Oz has enjoyed most in 2012

‘Clarke has a remarkably acute palate, a refreshingly unpretentious attitude about wine and the writing talent to bring it all to life on the printed page’
Wine Spectator

Imprint: Pavilion
Hardback ISBN: 9781862059689
eBook ISBN: 9781909108158
Publication date: September 2012
Format: Hardback and eBook
Size: 190 x 95 mm
Pages: 368 pages
Illustrations: 8 colour pages, 2-colour illustrations (bottles and labels)
RRP: £11.99
Web price from Anova BookStore: £9.50
eBook price: £4.99


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