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by Mike Weiss

Author: Mike Weiss
Subcategory: Beverages & Wine
Language: English
Publisher: Gotham; 1st ptg. edition (June 2, 2005)
Pages: 288 pages
Category: Cooking
Rating: 4.7
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A Very Good Year book. Mike Weiss spent nearly two years with Ferrari-Carano, a California winemaker founded in Sonoma County just over twenty years ago by Don Carano, a casino and hotel mogul from Reno.

A Very Good Year book. The narrative in A Very Good Year follows Ferrari-Carano’s Fume Blanc from barren vines in November to its first sampling by a customer at the Four Seasons in New York, and, over the course of the book, Weiss presents his unique insight into the making and marketing of wine today.

The book chronicles the process of producing a California Fume Blanc wine from vine to table

In his case, the book explores George Bursick's very successful Ferrari-Carano 2002 as thoroughly as any good biographer would explore his subject. Weiss's biography is successful on two counts. The book chronicles the process of producing a California Fume Blanc wine from vine to table. The author's selection process narrowed his winery choice down to the Ferrari-Carano winery in Sonoma County.

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Based on the acclaimed thirty-nine-part San Francisco Chronicle series, an award-winning journalist follows the making of a bottle of Ferrari-Carano Fume Blanc from its harvesting off the vine by immigrant workers in Northern California to its first tasting, capturing all that goes into the process of turning a grape into a fine vintage and selling it to today's.

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Bibliographic Details Publisher: Gotham. Publication Date: 2005. Standard shipping can on occasion take up to 30 days for delivery. Book Condition: Good. Visit Seller's Storefront. Excellent customer service. 30 day return policy. List this Seller's Books. Payment Methods accepted by seller.

Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 10 years ago. This book came in perfect condition and very quickly. I've read through pieces of the book and it sounds very interesting. I will be reading it for my book group. The nose is complex, but the finish is disappointing. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 12 years ago. I was looking for a change of pace in my reading selections, and thought that I was going to get it with Mike Weiss', "A Very Good Year, " a chronicle about the intricacies of the wine industry.

Based on the acclaimed 39-part "San Francisco Chronicle" series, an award-winning journalist follows the making of a bottle of wine from harvesting by immigrant workers in Northern California to its first tasting at the Four Seasons in New York City. A very good year : the journey of a California wine from vine to table, Mike Weiss. Weiss, Mike, 1942- author. Publication Information. 278 pages ; 24 cm. Subjects. Wine and wine making - California. Viticulture - California. Weiss, Mike, 1942- author

Traces the author's two-year exploration of a successful Sonoma County winery, a visit during which he learned about the intricate process of grape cultivating, the minutiae of wine creation, and the detailed efforts of marketing and selling, in an account complemented by a history of California wine making and its related issues. 50,000 first printing.