Post Script: The West Australian Wine Guide 2015 – Ray Jordan

Great local information on the magnificent West Australian wine growing regions and the wines they produce.

The West Australian Wine Guide 2015

The West Australian Wine Guide 2015

The West Australian Wine Guide 2015

Ray Jordan

The West Australian Publishers

ISBN: 9780994170613

 

 

My View:

A must have for the wine tourist or those who enjoy a nice drop or two of magnificent West Australian wine. This guide is full of useful information; take with you on a tour of your local bottle shop or when you visit to one of the many magnificent wine growing regions in West Australia. The guide list wineries by region, producer, has information regarding annual crush, owners of vineyard, wine maker, type of wine produced, pricing, contact details for wineries and sections on matching food with wine, recipes etc

 

Even though I have Iived in the Margaret River wine producing region for the past five years I still have many many local wineries to discovery and wines to sample. This book will certainly be invaluable in helping me decide what cellar door to visit and what wines to sample next.

 

 

11 thoughts on “Post Script: The West Australian Wine Guide 2015 – Ray Jordan

  1. This does sound like a very useful little guide, even for those of us who’d have to go online to get the good WA wines.

  2. I’m not a big drinker of wines but if I do drink wine I tend to stick to a faithful few. This sounds like a great book for anyone who is that small step in front of me and is interested in looking at something else!

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