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  1. Madeira: the Islands and their Wines

    Richard Mayson one of the world's leading authorities on Madeira has written a unique book on the island of Madeira and its wines and explains what it is that makes Madeira so special. Richard is a lecturer and consultant on wine, writing articles for Decanter and The World of Fine Wine magazine, award-winning author of five books on wine, Chair of the Decanter World Wine Awards for Port & Madeira Wine. 'Madeira: The Islands and their Wines' Mayson's latest book is a very fine, concise and up-to-date introduction to Madeira. "There is a depth of knowledge and information in this book delivered with a limpidity that I found captivating." Jancis Robinson


  2. Anjou Untamed - The Face behind the Wine

    Anjou Untamed is a book of incredibly beautiful images by highly skilled photographer Jean-Yves Bardin. In May 2017 in China, Anjou Untamed received the prestigious Gourmand Awards 'Best in the World' in the category 'Special Award of the Jury' and the category 'Best Wine Book Translation'. The English text is written by Patrick Rigourd and Bernard Reeves. This book a journey through the vineyards of Anjou in the company of portraits of winemakers who are as direct and authentic as their wines. The images of the 48 wine producers featured are dramatic often taken at a fairly wide angle. These winemakers produce natural, organic or biodynamic wines.


  3. Breakfast in Burgundy by Raymond Blake

    Laced with compelling writing about French food and its ways, Breakfast in Burgundy is part travel memoir, part foodie detective story, and part love song to Raymond’s adopted home. This book tells the story of the Blakes’ decision to buy a house in Burgundy. Raymond describes the moments of despair—such as the water leak that cost a fortune—and the fantastic times too. Each book is signed.


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