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Pocket Wine Book 2011

1 Comment 16 September 2010

You can’t hold all the wine information you need in your head, but with this easy-to-use guide you can be sure it is available whenever you want it. Oz Clarke’s classic Pocket Wine Book is meticulously updated each year. The book has more information, more recommendations, more facts, passion and opinion than any other portable guide to wine.

• The world of wine from A to Z: more than 1600 alphabetical, cross-referenced entries on wines, producers, grapes and wine regions
• Country by country index, with maps
• Index of more than 4500 of the world’s top wine producers
• Up to date vintage information
• Lists of Oz’s personal favourites
• Wine and food

‘Clarke is something of a phenomenon in the wine world.’
The New York Times

‘[Clarke] communicates well with any novice and knowledgeable wine expert alike.’
Wine Enthusiast

ISBN: 9781862058958
Price: £9.99
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 360 pages
Size: 190 x 95mm
Illustrations: 2-colour maps, bottles and labels

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  1. The Wonderful Wisdom of Oz « JJBuckley Fine Wines' Weblog - 02. Dec, 2010

    [...] Clarke’s new publications include his Pocket Wine Guide 2011, Let Me Tell You About Wine, and Grapes and Wines. For a great introduction to his style and humor, [...]

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