Champagne Guide (Hardcover) by Glatre, Eric
Hardcover; Published 9/1/1999; 280 Pages; ISBN 9780789205025
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France's leading authority on champagne combines a witty overview of the effervescent wine's extraordinary history with specific and detailed information for the champagne lover, including a discriminating list of a hundred exceptional cuvees to celebrate the millennium. Called the Glatre 100, it is his personal selection and description of the one hundred most extraordinary champagnes currently available.
Eric Glatre, one of France's most revered noses, clearly traces the history of Champagne - both the region and the wine - from Roman times to the present, and explains its production, from planting the vines to popping the cork.
This indispensable handbook teaches the reader how to appreciate champagne, how to drink it, and perhaps most important, how to buy it. Armed with Glatre's Champagne Guide, novices and aficionados alike will be well placed to fete the new century and the new millennium.
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In addition to the vineyard's name, wine is generaly categorized by two different categories: its region, or where it was produced, and the type of grape it's made from. For example, the red wine Montepulciano d'Abruzzo is made with Montepulciano grapes and comes from the Abruzzo region of Italy. Napa Valley Chardonnay is made from Chardonnay grapes and comes from- you guessed it- the Napa Valley region of California.