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The wines of Faugères

Rosemary George

Publisher: Infinite Ideas

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The wines of Faugères is a comprehensive guide to the wines of a small, distinct region of Languedoc. It covers the history, geography and climate of the region, as well as its grape varieties and viticulture, before profiling the individual producers and their wines, and contains an indispensable assessment of vintages going back to 1982.
Available since: 02/23/2017.

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