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A Matter of Taste

A History of Wine Drinking in Britain

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A Matter of Taste by John Hurley
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From the Sack of Shakespearean England to the supermarket Chardonnay of the 21st century, wine tastes in this country have changed dramatically. This book takes an irreverent (yet-impeccably-researched) look the development of our national tastes.

Author Biography

Jon Hurley has been in the wine industry for more than thirty years. He has a highly expressive writing style that is imbued with his lively sense of humour. He has already written a book on bareknuckle fighter Tom Spring for Tempus and has published a raunchy coming-of-age novel set in rural Ireland. When he is not ferrying his youngest daughter around the country in pursuit of further equestrian honours, Jon runs a wine-weekends business from his Herefordshire home.
Release date NZ
October 1st, 2005
Author
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
The History Press Ltd
Pages
256
Dimensions
156x235x8
ISBN-13
9780752434025
Product ID
2252911

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