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A Scent of Champagne: 8,000 Champagnes Tested and Rated

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by
Richard Juhlin (Author), Anette Cantagallo (Translator) and Edouard Cointreau (Introduction author)

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 400 pages

File size: 54.8 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

A luxury volume on the world’s most elegant beverage–by world renowned champagne expert Richard Juhlin, with an introduction by Edouard Cointreau

In this beautiful and heavily illustrated volume  the world’s foremost  champagne expert, Richard Juhlin takes the reader on a journey to the geographical area of Champagne and through the history of the beverage. With rich photography to accompany the text he explains how to arrange tastings, develop one’s sense of smell, and why the setting where you drink champagne is important.  He also includes personal anecdotes about his lifelong journey from teacher to connoisseur as well as  a reference guide describing and ranking an incredible 8,000 champagne houses, types, and vintages. 

Sit back and enjoy Juhlin’s graceful prose with a lovely glass of champagne, the beverage that has come to epitomize luxury and elegance.  This is a must have edition for any serious collector and lover of champagne.

A luxury volume on the world’s most elegant beverage–by world renowned champagne expert Richard Juhlin, with an introduction by Edouard Cointreau

In this beautiful and heavily illustrated volume  the world’s foremost  champagne expert, Richard Juhlin takes the reader on a journey to the geographical area of Champagne and through the history of the beverage. With rich photography to accompany the text he explains how to arrange tastings, develop one’s sense… (more)

A luxury volume on the world’s most elegant beverage–by world renowned champagne expert Richard Juhlin, with an introduction by Edouard Cointreau

In this beautiful and heavily illustrated volume  the world’s foremost  champagne expert, Richard Juhlin takes the reader on a journey to the geographical area of Champagne and through the history of the beverage. With rich photography to accompany the text he explains how to arrange tastings, develop one’s sense of smell, and why the setting where you drink champagne is important.  He also includes personal anecdotes about his lifelong journey from teacher to connoisseur as well as  a reference guide describing and ranking an incredible 8,000 champagne houses, types, and vintages. 

Sit back and enjoy Juhlin’s graceful prose with a lovely glass of champagne, the beverage that has come to epitomize luxury and elegance.  This is a must have edition for any serious collector and lover of champagne.

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