Bordeaux Grands Crus Classés 1855: Wine Châteaux of the Médoc and Sauternes
Author Hugh Johnson and Franck Ferrand, Photographs by Guillaume de Laubier, Foreword by Philippe Castéja
Bordeaux Grands Crus Classés: Médoc and Sauternes bring readers inside each of the 88 world-famous domaines--including the whites of the Sauternes region--and include detailed tasting notes of the great vintages along with an address book.
Including tasting notes from vintages dating as far back as 1798 to the most recent harvest, this book covers the Grands Crus Classés of the Médoc and Sauternes, including the regions fine white wines.
About The Author
Franck Ferrand has published a number of historical biographies with Flammarion as well as Jacques Garcia: Decorating in the French Style and Highland Living: Landscape, Style, and Traditions of Scotland.
Hugh Johnson is the world-famous wine expert, author of The World Atlas of Wine and many other highly-respected wine books.
Philippe Castéja is President of the prestigious Conseil des Grands Crus Classés in 1855, Vice-President of the INAO, advisor to Austria, and owns numerous vineyards in Bordeaux.
Over the last thirty years, photographer Guillaume de Laubier has regularly contributed to major international interior design, decoration, and lifestyle magazines. His work has also been published in numerous books, including Highland Living (2010) with Stéphane Bern, A Home in Paris (2014), and Grand Bordeaux Châteaux (2016), all published by Flammarion.
Publish Date: February 01, 2022
Category: Cooking - Beverages - Alcoholic - General