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Alessandro Masnaghetti's pioneering books on Barolo and Barbaresco have added immeasurably to our understanding and appreciation of these great wines.
But his quest to unravel the mysteries of their unique terroirs has only just begun. Just as he has added a mountain of new material to his original book on Barolo, he's putting the finishing touches on a greatly expanded and updated second edition of his wonderful Barbaresco MGA: The Encyclopedia of the Great Vineyards of Barbaresco.
The book arrives in the U.S. in late summer or early fall, and it is a must-buy for anyone who loves the wines of the Langhe.
Now, through June 12th, you can take advantage of our pre-publication price of $87.50, with free U.S. shipping by media mail.
And we can offer a bonus: a free year's subscription to Alessandro's incredible Barolo360 website. And if you're already a subscriber, he'll add a year to your subscription.
But you have to act by June 12th, to get the subscription and our low pre-publication price.
The Encyclopedia of the
Great Vineyards of Barbaresco
Expanded and Updated
$87.50 media mail postpaid
Even if you own the 1st edition of Barbaresco MGA, you'll find the new edition indispensable. These are just some of the advances over the previous edition:
He's added a full section on Barbaresco's geology, mirroring what he did for Barolo.
The maps of the individual communes—as well as of the entire DOCG —have been completely revised and updated.
And if you're an avid Barbaresco drinker or collector, you'll be an instant insider, as the new edition contains many more new, and often unknown, producers and their wines.
In total, the new edition contains:
A profile & map of each cru
Parcels owned by each producer
66 images in 3D
20 pages of geological insights
History of bottlings by cru
Glossary of 500 used names
And much much more. For just the cost of a bottle or two of Barbaresco, you can own the ultimate encyclopedia of this important winemaking region.
Alessandro Masnaghetti’s work has been praised by journalists and publications ranging from Antonio Galloni and Jancis Robinson to John Gilman and the Wine Spectator. It’s no wonder his vineyard maps have been called the finest ever created and his books demonstrate that he is just as skilled with prose as he is with vineyard mapping.
As Alessandro's sole U.S. agent for his European maps and books, we're pleased to offer postpaid copies of his new book at our special pre-publication price. And you'll receive a a free 1-year subscription to his revolutionary Barolo360 website, itself a $60 value!
Order by June 12th. To simplify your transaction, please consider ordering online via our website. Of course, you can also simply reply to this email with your order.
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