VINEYARD TALES, Reflections on Wine,

By: Gerald Asher

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VINEYARD TALES, Reflections on Wine, by Gerald Asher (Wine Editor, 'Gourmet' Magazine)
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Chronicle Books, San Franciso, 1996. hardcover, 9 1/2' x 6 3/4 (no jacket issued). Book with high production and design values; printed on cream stock. Book in VERY GOOD condition. Black cloth-bound impressed boards with gold type to spine and mounted color labels to front and back, burgundy endpapers, and index. This long-awaited collection presents the discriminating taste and discerning eye of Gerald Asher, one of the world's foremost authorities on wine. His essays are informative, entertaining, personal, and above all, a joy to read. Whether you already have a well stocked cellar and are looking for greater insight, are seeking an accessible introduction to wine, or simply want to enjoy armchair travel to the world's finest vineyards, Gerald Asher will be your trusted and amusing companion.

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