The Wines of CanadaBook - 2006
"The Wines of Canada covers the massive changes that have taken place in the Canadian wine business. In many ways, this is a coming-of-age book for Canadian wine. Only now. has our wine industry reached the stage that warrants [such a] book" -Rhys Pender in Wine Access, October 2005 In this informative new book, award-winning wine writer John Schreiner details the history of Canada's wine industry and the country's range of wines. He offers in-depth information on the key wine regions of Canada and explores the different grape varieties and wine styles, including the ice wines. Also provided is a full description of the terroirs, climate, grape varieties and winemaking techniques. Included as well are four maps of the key wine areas and useful information about recent vintages. The Wines of Canada provides readers with current and detailed information not only on the country's wines, but also on the top wine estates and producers.
Publisher: North Vancouver, B.C. : Whitecap Books, 2006.
Edition: First paperback edition, revised and updated.
Characteristics: viii, 312 pages : maps ; 21 cm