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Crush New Australian Wine Book Paperback – 12 Oct 2000


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Max Allen is one of Australia's most exiting young wine writers. Born in England, he moved to Australia in 1992. He is the author of the Andre Simon Award-winning Red and White, and writes for many publications including The Age in Melbourne, WINE magazine in the UK and Divine food and wine magazine.

Photographer Drian Lander has worked in London and Los Angeles before settling in Melbourne. A photographer of food and wine, he worked with Max on Red and White, and his pictures have appeared in numerous publications including Epicure Uncorked, Gourmet Traveller and Australian Good Taste.

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Innovative approach to a winebook. 24 Jun. 2014
By Fries - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Many winebooks end up speaking heavily on rules and yields and trends. Here Max Allen goes on to show us that Wine is fun stuff. He shares his (very enthusiastic) views on big grapes like Shiraz and the obscure cool ones too. Big chapters on the obvious regions as well as zeroing in on regions without there own appellations yet. This book is so much fun that it basically leaves out all the maps, and vineyard picks you are used to reading in winebooks. Regardless this book makes you actually want to drink Aussie wines, and better yet get wrapped up in Max's excitement about them too. He really loves the country as a whole and shows the same deference to cold climate regions as to the hot terra rossa soils as well.
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