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The wines of Chablis and the Grand Auxerrois

Rosemary George

Publisher: Infinite Ideas

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The wines of Chablis and the Grand Auxerrois features the history, vineyards, crus and viticultural methods of Burgundy's most northerly wine growing region, exploring how wine is made in Chablis in the 21st century. The bulk of the book profiles producers of Chablis and the most important wine growers of the adjacent area, the Grand Auxerrois.

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