The Consumer's Guide to Organic Wine
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
Publication Date: 1993
Author: Robert Johnson and Richard Pasichnyk
Format: Dust Jacket Hardcover
Size: 6 x 9.25
Print Type: B/W
This is a one of a kind book which was published at the cusp of the Organic Wine Industry, with insights and helpful guides for wine-enthusiasts. Find out why organic wine is a living, fermented health food beverage, why it is recommended by doctors, why it contributes to low heart disease rates, and much more. This is an out of print collector’s item, and upon request the author will sign a new autograph per request.
A Selection of the Wine Appreciation Guild, Healthy Wines You Can Sip to Save the Earth. Lavishly illustrated with 90 photographs of organic wineries and winery labels, The Consumer’s Guide to Organic Wine is the essential reference for environmentally conscious wine drinkers. Organic wine experts Robert Johnson and Richard Pasichnyk explain how to identify organic wines, provide personal profiles of 26 US producers and 9 importers or distributors representing 40 French, German, and Italian wineries, and present tasting notes to over 100 domestic and imported organic wines available in the United States.
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
|Author||Robert Johnson and Richard Pasichnyk|
|Book Format||Dust Jacket Hardcover|
|Book Publisher||Rowman & Littlefield, Publishers, Inc.|
|Size||6 x 9.25|
|Publication Date||Jun 15, 1993|