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Books

There are many books written on wine and Burgundy. This is a short selection of books I enjoyed or think very informative. I’ll add more titles to the list, hopefully for your enjoyment.

Oz Clarke’s Pocket Wine Guide 2010

book-ozclarke3The famous wine writer Oz Clarke just released the 2010 edition of his Pocket Wine Guide. Known for his fine palate, accurate predictions, and enthusiasm, Oz Clarke is one of Britain’s best-known wine writers and the author of a collection of bestselling wine books. He has won the Lanson Special Millennium Award for his contribution to wine communication and education and the International Wine and Spirit drinks Communicator of the Year Award.

Oz Clarke distinguished my wines: “Now run by Gagnard’s daughter…

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Evelyne Resnick’s Guide to Web Marketing

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Author of Wines Brands, Evelyne Resnick just released a book in French on marketing French wines on international markets through innovative strategies using the Web 2.0.  The book specifically targets wine producers and professional organizations. It is the first book in French on this new communication tool.

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The Great Domaines of Burgundy

booktaylor« Respect for the environment and her  past are a passion of Caroline’s but her determination to create a modern, dynamic and quality domaine go hand in hand with this”. This is how Charles Taylor and Remington Newman qualify the work of Caroline Lestimé in the revised edition of The Great Domaines of Burgundy. This book is the perfect opus for “anyone who loves wine but finds the complexity of Burgundy hard to get to grips with. Serious wine buffs who…

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Michel Roux Jr’s books

Michel Roux Jr’s books

In Matching Food and Wine, Michel Roux Jr. recommends my white wine, 1999 Chassagne-Montrachet Morgeot Premier Cru, to accompany his roast turbot.

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Wine Brands

Wine Brands

Wine is a cultural product and its perception varies from one country to another. That is why the first part of Wine Brands is devoted to analysing the links between culture and consumers’ behavioral patterns in France, the US, Japan, China, Russia and India.

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