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Wine Manual : 7,000 BC onwards (all flavours) by Tim Hampson

Wine comes in many forms and flavours, and has been a part of man's social history for thousands of years, the earliest evidence of a fermented drink based on grapes originating from China around 7,000 BC. Today, winemaking is big business, both in Europe and the New World. This down-to-earth, extensively illustrated book brings the successful Haynes Manual approach to the world of wine, providing a fascinating insight into how wines and winemaking techniques have developed around the world, and offering practical advice on how to produce successful homemade wine. Essential reading for all wine fans, from drinkers wishing to learn more about the wine they drink, to potential master vintners.

 

About the author:

Tim Hampson is a freelance journalist, and a Committee Member of the British Guild of Beer Writers. He is an acknowledged beer, wine and food expert. He has written a number of best-selling books on beer and the drinks industry, including Haynes' Beer Manual and Whisky Manual. Tim's work appears in Food and Travel magazine, Weekend Telegraph and What's Brewing, in addition to various trade publications, and he is also beer correspondent for BBC Good Food Live and the Sky Pub Channel. He lives near Oxford. 

 

  • Hardback | 160 pages
  • 214 x 278 x 12mm | 759g
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