• Italian Wine Unplugged 2.0
  • Italian Wine Unplugged 2.0
  • Format:Paperback
  • ISBN:9788894686357
  • Publication Date:16-01-2023
  • Pages:472

Italian Wine Unplugged 2.0

Various authors, Ed. Mama Jumbo Shrimp

Italian Wine Unplugged 2.0

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‘It’s a book written by the curious who are hungry to learn and delight in learning, for the curious who are hungry to learn and delight in learning… This is textbook, reference book, and the book that every single Italian-wine lover should have to hand. If you have just one book on Italy, it should be this one.’
Tamlyn Currin, JancisRobinson.com

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Italian Wine Unplugged Grape by Grape was designed as a comprehensive yet concise introduction to Italian wine and its native grapes. This new edition goes deeper into the fascinating aspects surrounding the history, geology and science that are the foundation of modern Italian wine culture.

The addition of substantial new material drawn from Professor Attilio Scienza’s extensive groundbreaking research into the origins of Italian grapes and their DNA gives readers of Italian Wine Unplugged 2.0 the opportunity to combine the study of Italian grapes with access to never before published material written by one of the leading lights in the academic study of Italian wine.

This book is a must-read for students of Italian wine and wine lovers in general, providing up-to-date, useful and accessible content about a multi-layered and challenging subject. Included for the first time in this edition are benchmark producers for each grape, making it easier for wine enthusiasts to source and taste reliable, quality examples of Italian wines currently available on the international market.

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  • Weight 0.9 kg
  • Dimensions 200 x 267 mm

‘The books that taught me about wine were about places and people. It’s the history and stories about a wine that bring it to life and make it worth talking about.’

– Steven Spurrier