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This history of Australian wine spans the period from the planting of the first vine to the export boom of the 1990s. It charts the growth, decline and rebirth of the major winegrowing areas, as well as trends in consumption. Winemakers of both the past and present are profiled, including the early colonial settlers, the patriarchs of the wine families of South Australia, and the new breed of boutique winemakers. An appendix gives up-to-date address and personnel details for all Australian winemakers, plus their best recent vintages.
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John Beeston is one of Australia's most experienced wine writers and a true wine expert. He has a regular wine column in Australian Business Monthly and Gourmet Traveller, and pops up regularly on tasting panels and his Concise History of Australian Wine has become a classic in its field. His encyclopaedic knowledge of the history of the Australian wine market sets him apart from other writers on the subject.
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Book Description Allen & Unwin, 2001. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1865085472
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