Text by :Louis Forest ,
Illustrated by :Charles Martin
Dimensions:8.01in x 5.58 x 0.53 in | 0.65 lb
Page Count:120 pages
Illustrations:25 COLOR ILLUSTRATIONS
PRACTICAL AND CHARMING INTRO TO WINE: Budding enthusiasts can learn about wine thanks to a easy-to-format providing answers to common wine questions for wines including: taste profiles of varietals; some notes about pairing food and wine; wine regions and grapes; and flavor and mouth feel.
EXPERT KNOWLEDGE: Compiled by one of France’s most important wine authorities, Stéphane Rosa, who is the director of the Hachette Guide to Wines, France’s most authoritative guide to wine and commonly referred to as the bible of the French wine industry.
FUN: Learning about wine should be a fun experience, and this book, with its enchantingly French voice, is a joy to read about which wine is the best for their palate.
PERFECT GIFT: Great self-purchase and also a perfect gift for both the experienced and beginner wine lover.
CHARMING ILLUSTRATIONS: The illustrations are charming and timeless and add a flair and feel that makes the book special
"Monseigneur Le Vin: The Art of Drinking Wine (Like the French Do) is a cheeky introduction to the art of drinking wine, originally published in 1927, in French, as a promotional book for Paris-based wine distributor Nicolas. A new English edition of this classic wine book will be released by Rizzoli New York in May." —MEDIUM.COM