New Zealand Wine The Land, The Vines, The People


Though the New Zealand wine industry really began only fifty years ago, vines and winemakers have now spread across the land – from Central Otago to Kumeu, Waipara to Wairarapa – to produce notable wines for New Zealanders and the world.

For half a century, geographer and wine enthusiast Warren Moran has followed the development of the industry, talked to the winemakers and tasted the wines. In this book, he provides an unrivalled introduction to New Zealand wine: the climate, soils, and geography our winemakers work with; the grape varieties they have tried to tame; and the extraordinary personalities, families and companies who have made the wine and the industry. After introducing
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ISBN:

9781743793022

Format:

Hardback

Pages:

384

Dimensions:

26cm x 21cm

Weight:

1760g

RRP:

£35.00

Category:

Food & Drink

Publisher:

Hardie Grant Books

Published:

06 April 2017

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Warren Moran

Warren Moran is a geographer and professor emeritus at the University of Auckland. Beginning with his 1958 MA thesis, Moran has published extensively on wine (and rural industries more generally) in New Zealand and overseas. He was co-author of Geography: A Study of its Elements. Among awards, he has been named a distinguished geographer by the New Zealand Geographical Society.