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Presenting the most up-to-date illustrated guide to cognac! Here is the intriguing history of this delicious spirit, and a discussion of its increasing prominence in todayâ€™s markets. The first part explores the intricate and diverse methods of producing cognac, and tells the extraordinary story of a brandy-producing region that fought to establish its own name and place. The second section describes how to get the most enjoyment out of drinking this superb liquor, and offers a selection of cocktail recipes. There is also advice on choosing the perfect cognac glass, matching different ages and styles to your personal taste, and even pairing a glass with a fine cigar. A directoryâ€”illustrated with cognac labelsâ€”profiles more than 100 top varieties, and provides details on the producer plus the authorâ€™s own tasting notes.
Nicholas Faithâ€™s first wine book, The Winemasters, was published in 1978 and won the AndrÃ© Simon award. He is the author of Mitchell Beazleyâ€™s Classic Wine Library Cognac, which won the Gourmand Best Spirit Book 2004, as well as other well-received works on Champagne and on major Bordeaux chÃ¢teaux.
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Nicholas Faith's first wine book, The Winemasters was published in 1978 and won the Andre Simon award. He has written other well-received works on Champagne and on major Bordeaux chateaux, including The Winemasters of Bordeaux. He was editorial director of the leading French wine magazine L'Amateur de Bordeaux. He is also the author of Mitchell Beazley's Classic Wine Library Cognac and Australia's Liquid Gold in this same series, and he writes for numerous magazines and newspapers, including The Financial Times. Nicholas lives in London. Craig Easton's philosophy is that a great picture captures a moment and conveys a message. His curiosity about people and the lives they lead started him in his career and his style is defined by work that appears in a number of international publications, including The Independent.Review:
"A well-written, informative page-turner that's definitely worth the investment." - Jancis Robinson "This book is the most up to date literature that can be found about cognac; the drink and the region, and certainly makes for a 'must read' for anyone who pays homage to the wonder that is eaux-de-vie." - CognacExpert.com "If you're looking to understand the world of cognac this is one book worth investing in." - diffordsguide.com On previous editions of Cognac "Combines history, geography, human interest, business, marketing, controversy and of course cognac the drink in an account that is racy, witty and entirely without pomposity." - Judges of the Deinhard/Wine Magazine award "This season's stand out is Cognac ... Faith artfully demonstrates how the history, geography, sociobiology, politics and economics of the town come together." - New York Times "Here, one feels, is a wine journalist who is prepared to probe beneath the surface." - Wine & Spirit "His evocation of the past is as convincing as his judgment on the present." - The Times "An imaginative and well-researched account of cognac ... a jolly good read it certainly is." - The Independent
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