Inside Burgundy: Côte de Beaune
The Vineyards, the Wine & the People
This book is available for download with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device. Multi-touch books can be read with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device. Books with interactive features may work best on an iOS device. iBooks on your Mac requires OS X 10.9 or later.
Inside Burgundy by Jasper Morris has, since its publication in 2010, become the standard work on the wines, vineyards and people of one of the greatest vineyard regions on earth.
Now, the award-winning classic volume becomes a series of interactive, Multi-Touch eBooks, starting with the Côte de Beaune. It has all the erudition, authority and balance of the printed book, plus:
Superb interactive maps: zoom into close-up, move around with a finger-tip. Live links take you to the text on grands crus and premiers crus Videos that take you right into the vineyards with Jasper Morris Hundreds of colour photographs from two top Burgundy photographers portray the world-famous vineyards and the people who make the wines Highlight text, make your own notes – invaluable for building up a personal library of cellar information and tasting impressions A Glossary by Jasper Morris explains key terms at the tap of a finger The iPad's light weight and portability make the interactive eBook edition of Inside Burgundy an invaluable companion on visits to the region.
Thank you to BBR for making this available on an iPad. Jasper Morris's guide to the wine of Burgundy is indispensable for people interested in the region's vineyards and its producers. The book is both a deep reference that will guide in choices such as negociant vs. domaine cuvees and at the same time very browsable.
This book is excellent in hard copy however the electronic version is even better. A lot of thought has evidently gone into how to utilise the possibilities the electronic version has to offer; it has paid off in full. This is a fascinating read and is far more accessible to many readers than its hard copy counterpart is. There are a number of excellent extra features including, videos, zoom enabled maps and fantastic photographs. All in all, if you have even the remotest interest in Burgundy, buy this book!