Wines of the French Alps by Wink Lorch is a survey of grapes, wines and people who make wine from the slopes of Mont Blanc down to the plains carved out by the Diois river.
Below we have listed some of the books that might interest you across a wide range of topics.
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Land and Wine: The French Terroir by Charles Frankel is a good introduction to the terroir and wine styles of the main French wine regions.
Wink Lorch is an expert on the Jura region. Her new book, Jura Wine, is full of information about the people and places in this fascinating wine region.
Terroir: The Role of Geology, Climate, and Culture in the Making of French Wines, is a brilliant book about the concept of terroir by geologist James Wilson.
There is little doubt that Alice Feiring is one of the best wine communicators on this planet. Her messages are always clear and concise and she never talks down to her audience. In this case her audience is clearly those who are new to the field of natural wines. However […]