Wine Atlas of Australia

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University of California Press, 2007 - Cooking - 311 pages
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Written by one of the most respected wine critics in the world, this book is an authoritative and comprehensive guide to the wine-growing regions of Australia. With his usual wit and erudition, James Halliday introduces the reader to each area with an informative overview of its distinguishing features and history, as well as the wine styles and individual wines for which that region is known. He includes contact details for many of the regions' wineries, along with profiles of the wineries' styles and signature labels. Superbly produced with more than 90 color maps and hundreds of illuminating color photos throughout, this user-friendly atlas provides everyone from the devoted connoisseur to the armchair enthusiast with a thorough understanding of why Australia is rapidly becoming one of the world's top wine regions.
Australian wines are known not only for their quality but also for their unequalled, rainbowlike spectrum of styles. With a career that spans over forty years, the author is a consummate authority on every aspect of the wine industry, from the planting and pruning of vines through the creation and marketing of the finished product. His passion for his subject is evident and his insights brilliantly demonstrate how variety, climate, terroir, and technology have combined to produce superb wines that are just beginning to make their mark on the world.
Copub: Hardie Grant Books Written by one of the most respected wine critics in the world, this book is an authoritative and comprehensive guide to the wine-growing regions of Australia. With his usual wit and erudition, James Halliday introduces the reader to each area with an informative overview of its distinguishing features and history, as well as the wine styles and individual wines for which that region is known. He includes contact details for many of the regions' wineries, along with profiles of the wineries' styles and signature labels. Superbly produced with more than 90 color maps and hundreds of illuminating color photos throughout, this user-friendly atlas provides everyone from the devoted connoisseur to the armchair enthusiast with a thorough understanding of why Australia is rapidly becoming one of the world's top wine regions.
Australian wines are known not only for their quality but also for their unequalled, rainbowlike spectrum of styles. With a career that spans over forty years, the author is a consummate authority on every aspect of the wine industry, from the planting and pruning of vines through the creation and marketing of the finished product. His passion for his subject is evident and his insights brilliantly demonstrate how variety, climate, terroir, and technology have combined to produce superb wines that are just beginning to make their mark on the world.
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Contents

Adelaide Super Zone
12
Mount Lofty Ranges Zone
27
Fleurieu Zone
40
Limestone Coast Zone
59
Lower Murray Zone
75
Peninsulas Zone
81
Central Victoria Zone
112
North East Victoria Zone
131
Central Ranges Zone
186
Southern New South Wales
198
Big Rivers Zone
212
South Coast Zone
218
Northern Slopes Zone
224
Western Australia 228 Tasmania
230
Greater Perth Zone
260
Queensland
289

Western Victoria Zone
149
Gippsland Zone
160
Hunter Zone
174

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About the author (2007)

James Halliday is one of the founders of Brokenwood and chief winemaker at Coldstream Hills in the Yarra Valley, Victoria, Australia. He is the author of Wine Atlas of Australia and New Zealand, Wine Atlas of California, The Art and Science of Wine, James Halliday's Wine Companion, and many other books.

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