A stunning collection of over 130 photographs leads readers on a visually exciting tour around the world’s most famous wine regions—from hidden cellars in Germany to vibrant harvests in South America. Charles O’Rear, a highly regarded photographer for National Geographic, offers a captivating selection of images that dramatically showcase the differences among the international array of landscapes, vineyards, wines, and winemaking. An enlightening narrative, written by a well-traveled wine expert, brings to life the story behind the photos.
This breathtaking account of winemaking would make a glamorous gift for any wine lover.
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Charles O'Rear lives in the Napa Valley in California and worked with National Geographic magazine for twenty-five years. He started book photography in 1985 and he is the author of five wine books, including Wine Country, Napa Valley, Cabernet, Chardonnay, and Napa Valley, The Land, The Wine, The People. He was the founder of one of America's most famous photo agencies Westlight, which was sold to Corbis in 1999. David Furer lives in London but hails from California. He writes for Wine Business Monthly in the USA and Wine International in the UK. He is an Advanced Sommelier, a Certified Wine Educator who has taught in Chicago, London, and Germany, and a consultant. He is also a contributor to Wine Report and Which? Wine Guide.Review:
One of the most spectacular coffeetable books ever... O'Rear's touch is brilliant." Dan Berger, Los Angeles Times; "This book reflects the magic that happens when you unleash a top talent on a subject he obviously knows well and loves." Bob Krist, Travel & Leisure Magazine; "Cabernet... is a compilation of terrific photographs by a lensman with an appreciation for wine and especially for offbeat images." Harvey Steinman, Wine Spectator; "Cabernet... is a beautiful, beautiful book." Miles O'Brien, CNN Atlanta; "Charles shows us scenes, views, and the innermost spirit that you rarely see in print." Robert and Margrit Mondavi, The Robert Mondavi Winery; "O'Rear blends the beautiful geography and the cultural heritage of the Napa Valley with the same skill that the winemakers he photographs bring to their art." William Allen, Editor-in-Chief, National Geographic
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