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The first definitive guide to more than 400 contemporary French wines and producers in a deluxe two-book package, from a two-time James Beard Award winner This comprehensive and authoritative resource features more than 400 profiles of French wines, evocative photography, maps, and a region-by-region guide, plus the incisive narrative and compelling storytelling that has earned Jon Bonné accolades and legions of fans in the wine world. Packaged in a deluxe slip case and built upon years of research, The New French Wine is a one-of-a-kind book set exploring the world's most popular wine region. First examine the land through a narrative overview of the soil, growing conditions, and products particular to each area. Then turn to the second book, which is a reference guide to the producers, divided by region. From Burgundy to Bordeaux and everywhere in between, this is sure to be the resource on what modern French wine has come to mean for decades to come.
About the Author
Jon Bonné is one of the leading American voices on wine and food. Currently the managing editor of Resy, he previously spent nearly a decade as the wine editor and chief wine critic of the San Francisco Chronicle, and served as the lifestyle editor and wine columnist for MSNBC, the U.S. columnist for Decanter magazine, and the wine consultant for JetBlue Airways. His work has earned him three Roederer Awards—the most ever won by an American, including for his groundbreaking book The New California Wine—and has been recognized by the James Beard Foundation nearly a dozen times.