The Wines of Austria provides a complete introduction to the fine wines of Austria, which are beginning to appear on the lists of serious wine merchants. A country that produces several superb varieties, Austria is now becoming known for its wines, which are of a similar quality but are much more affordably priced than comparable wines from France and Germany.
Starting with the history of Austrian wine, going back to the Celts and the Romans and working his way up to the technological advances of the present day, Philipp Blom examines the regions in which top wines are made and focuses on the growers and varieties in each area. From Wachau to Styria, the Kamptal to the Burgenland, this is a book for all wine lovers who want to broaden their scope and tantalize their palates by learning all about the exciting wines now available from Austrian vineyards.
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Introduces the main wine-growing areas, their landscape and the wines they produce. For each region the author lists the top growers, whose wines compete with the best in the world. He explores these estates and their wine makers in detail and includes some of his own wine recommendations.About the Author:
Philipp Blom writes on literature, history, and classical music as well as wine for several German and British newspapers. He lives in London.
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Book Description Faber & Faber, 2000. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110571195334