BOOK: Wines of Malta - hard-bound, 132 pages, full colour, with dust jacket
Here is for the first time a unique publication that explains how the very recent viticultural revival in Malta, an archipelago in the Med, has brought forth a wave of new quality wines.
Wine writer, Georges Meekers has put on his gumboots and trailed the grape from the vine to the tasting room in search for the latest news about the personal endeavours of the island’s winemakers.
Meekers recounts the vision of men who have forged a growing respect on the international wine scene for the wines of Malta, which are capturing the attention of a widening circle of buyers, distributors and wine stewards.
Renowned French sommelier par excellence Serge Dubs crystallises his thoughts on Malta grown wines made from indigenous and international grape varieties in his poignant foreword.
This book brings the fresh taste of Malta’s vinous offering as intimately as possible to the lips of the reader.
Awarded ‘Best Wine Guide in the World”, Gourmand Book Awards, London, 2007.
- Format: Hardback with dust jacket
- Pages: 132 pages full colour
- Publisher: Miller Distributors
- Language: English
- ISBN: 978-9993286110
THERE ARE ONLY A FEW ORIGINAL UNUSED HARD COPIES AVAILABLE. YOUR COPY IS SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR.
“Malta is a tiny island, with neighbouring Gozo even smaller, and its reputation is equally miniscule, but Georges Meekers sets out to correct this image in a manner which is approachable and informative.” – David Bird MW