Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for John Platter South African Wine Guide 1991 . Still in a very good condition, tightly bound, has bright pictures and internally clean. MK. Author: Platter, John. Publisher: John & Erica Platter.
Still in a very good condition, tightly bound, has bright pictures and internally clean. Notes: 312 pages (complete).
The John Platter South African Wine Guide packs everything you need to know about the SA wine scene into an informative, entertaining, illustrated pocket book focusing on more than 4 000 current releases and older vintages. It's the most comprehensive, up-to-date and authoritative chronicle of who's who and what's what in the Cape winelands.
John Platter South African Wine Guide 2007. As for the book, it contains all the information you need - what their flagship wines are, what are good wines and great wines, a bit of history, thoughts on past vintages (they don't taste every wine each year) and they list the critic who evaluated the wine on behalf of Platters.
South Africa's first and still best-selling wine annual, Platter's Guide is the comprehensive, up-to-date and .
South Africa's first and still best-selling wine annual, Platter's Guide is the comprehensive, up-to-date and authoritative guide to who's who and what's what in the winelands. Featuring hundreds of producers, negociants and brands, and thousands of individual wines, Platter's Guide packs everything you need to know about the South African wine scene into an informative and entertaining format. Platter's Guide was conceived in 1978 by winelovers and print journalists John and Erica Platter, after reading Hugh Johnson's ground-breaking Pocket Wine Book.
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South African wine has a history dating back to 1659, with the first bottle produced in Cape Town by its founder Jan van Riebeeck. Production is concentrated around Cape Town, with major vineyard and production centres at Constantia, Paarl, Stellenbosch and Worcester.
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Platter's Guide was created in 1978 by husband-and-wife duo John and Erica Platter, both wine lovers working .
Platter's Guide was created in 1978 by husband-and-wife duo John and Erica Platter, both wine lovers working in print journalism.
Platter Five Star wines for 2004 . John and Erica Platter, who for years produced this comprehensive guide double-handedly, now play a much less demanding role in the Guide's production.
Platter Five Star wines for 2004: Méthode Cap Classique – Villiera Brut Natural 2001. Sauvignon Blanc – Steenberg Reserve 2003. The full team of Platter tasters for 2004 comprised John Platter, Michael Fridjhon, Angela Lloyd, Jabulani Ntshangase, Neil Pendock, Dave Swingler; Richard Kelley MW; Cape Wine Masters Tim James, Tony Mossop, Christine Rudman and Irina von Holdt; honorary member of the Institute of Cape Wine Masters Dave Hughes.