By: GH Kerridge and AJ Antcliff
205 pages, Col illus
This text describes 92 of the most popular wine grape varieties used by wine makers around the world. Using colour photographs of the leaves, shoots, canes, and fruit, it enables the reader to identify a particular variety. The brief histories of the grapes, their current world plantings, and references to the types of wine produced, including blends, as well as lists of grape names and synonyms used in Australia and overseas, and the identification of cultivars that have been DNA profiled, make this a suitable text for professional and amateur viticuturalists, and wine lovers in general.
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