$24.95 – Paperback / Hardie Grant Books / Australia
James Halliday's 1001 Wines Under $20
Good wine in Australia doesn't have to cost a fortune, and it's about to become even easier to choose the right bottle at the right price. For the first time ever, the country's leading wine authority has compiled his pick of the best Australian wines under $20. With tasting notes, rankings, drink-to dates and food matches for 1001 top-notch wines, James Halliday's 1001 Wines under $20 is the most comprehensive guide to value wines in Australia. The wines are grouped by variety, with chapters on the best shirazs, chardonnays, pinot noirs and other popular Australian varieties. Each chapter has an introduction explaining the key drinking qualities of the variety and the grape-growing regions that are associated with it. The book also features a comprehensive index to help you find wines in a hurry. Written with his trademark candour and wit, James Halliday's 1001 Wines under $20 is the one book you will need to help choose a fantastic bottle of Australian wine without blowing your budget.
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