Author(s): Hugh Johnson
Written by the world's most authoritative wine duo, the unparalleled clarity and detail of the maps remain core to the Atlas. Each of the 200 maps has been thoroughly researched and updated. Reflecting the happenings over the last six years in the world of wine, the pages devoted to the New World show a lot of changes. New additions include: California (Rutherford, Oakville, Stag's Leap),Australia (Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Limestone Coast), New Zealand (Central Otago, Martinborough), South Africa (Constantia). The South American section receives a complete revamp. In Europe the dynamism of the new Old World is in evidence, with Sicily, the Douro, Greece and Germany all receiving extra pages. In Spain, Toro makes an appearance and Austria's hotspots, Wachau & Kremstel, fall under the spotlight. With new illustrations and photographs throughout, this is the must-have book and reference work for all wine enthusiasts.
A global best-seller. More than 47,000 copies of the 5th edition sold through Bookscan in the UK alone Completely updated to reflect the huge changes in the world of wine in the last 6 years Refreshed design - brand new full colour photographs and revised maps Guaranteed promotion from the world's greatest wine duo, Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson A must-have book for general wine lovers and wine trade professionals alike
Hugh Johnson is acclaimed as the worlds favourite wine writer. Since his first book, Wine, appeared in 1966, he has been making the subject of wine approachable to all with his witty and humorous style. His other books include the bestseller Hugh Johnson's Pocket Wine Book. He is also President of The Sunday Times Wine Club. Jancis Robinson MW is internationally renowned for her witty, authoritative wine writing and her books Vines, Grapes and Wines, and Oxford Companion to Wine are among the most important in wine literature. She is acclaimed as awesomely intelligent (The Guardian) and a writer of breathtaking clarity (The Spectator). She lectures, makes regular television appearances, is the Financial Times wine correspondent and writes for several magazines.
Foreward Introduction The World of Wine History Growing Wine Making Wine Enjoying Wine France Italy Spain Portugal Germany England & Wales Switzerland Austria Hungary Czech Republic & Slovakia Slovenia Croatia and the Balkans Bulgaria Romania Former Soviet Republics Greece Eastern Med North Africa North America South America Australia New Zealand South Africa Asia Glossary Index Gazetteer