Australian Wine Vintages: 2012

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Geddes A Drink Publications, 2011 - Alcoholic beverages - 528 pages
The new 29th edition of AUSTRALIAN WINE VINTAGES, the Gold Book, continues to faithfully serve the wine drinker, wine collector and wine traveller supplying trusted and detailed advice on Australia's best wineries, Australia's best wines - both current releases & previous vintages, When they should be drunk and what they are worth. In 2012, we have made space (or leave it as 'added') for even more of the highest quality producers from Australia plus more wines from New Zealand. Now with over 4000 wine reviews, rather than covering the entire industry, the Gold Book focuses on producers consistently making quality wines or representing excellent value at all prices. With this year's edition, the best wines are even easier to identify with Gold Book '5 Gold Star' & 'Top 100 Wine' badges being applied to websites & electronic communications. Complete with full colour label images and winery details, this easy to use book is written and published by Robert Geddes, only the third of a handful of Australians to be awarded the prestigious international 'Master of Wine'.

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About the author (2011)

Robert Geddes is an architect, urbanist, and teacher. He is dean emeritus of the Princeton School of Architecture; Henry Luce Professor Emeritus of Architecture, Urbanism, and History at New York University; and a fellow of the New York Institute for the Humanities and the National Academy of Design. The American Institute of Architects honored his professional firm for its "design quality, respect for the environment, and social concern.

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