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 "American Wine," by Jancis Robinson and Linda Murphy, is a journey through unexpected fields and cellars, to learn about the people, winemaking and viticulture shaping the country's flourishing world of wine. 

 

You will treasure this first ever full-color, comprehensive and authoritative reference guide to leading wines, wineries and winemakers in all 50 states.


The terroir of Brooklyn? With boutique wine producers popping up in surprising places across America, the world's #1 consumer of wine may well become its largest producer with promising new regions such as:  

- Virginia    - Missouri

- Texas     -Arizona   - Hawaii

-Alaska    -Pennsylvania 

 The stories of these trailblazers and community builders are the stuff of future legends.  

 

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  • Grand Valley AVA vineyards are planted along the base of 2,000-foot Mount Garfield, on the eastern edge of the Book Cliff Range.
    Grand Valley AVA vineyards are planted along the base of 2,000-foot Mount Garfield, on the eastern edge of the Book Cliff Range.
  • Arizona: The state's predominately high-altitude vineyards and wineries are clustered in the Sonoita AVA and Cochise County in the southeast, and in central Yavapai County.
    Arizona: The state's predominately high-altitude vineyards and wineries are clustered in the Sonoita AVA and Cochise County in the southeast, and in central Yavapai County.
  • Sonoita Vineyards: Surrounded by mountains, Sonoita's vines are protected from frost and harsh winds; the dry desert conditions during the growing season make it nearly impossible for rot and mold to develop in the grape clusters.
    Sonoita Vineyards: Surrounded by mountains, Sonoita's vines are protected from frost and harsh winds; the dry desert conditions during the growing season make it nearly impossible for rot and mold to develop in the grape clusters.
  • Maynard James Keenan with Eric Glomski: Rock musician Keenan (left) recruited Page Springs Cellars owner Eric Glomski to be the winemaker for his Caduceus wines based in Yavapai County. They are also partners in the Arizona Stronghold brand.
    Maynard James Keenan with Eric Glomski: Rock musician Keenan (left) recruited Page Springs Cellars owner Eric Glomski to be the winemaker for his Caduceus wines based in Yavapai County. They are also partners in the Arizona Stronghold brand.

 


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