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The Winemasters of Bordeaux: The Inside Story of the World's Greatest Wines by  Nicholas Faith - Hardcover - revised edition,1999 - from Gail Kennon Book-Comber and Biblio.com

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The Winemasters of Bordeaux: The Inside Story of the World's Greatest Wines

by Faith, Nicholas

Condition: Good/Very Good- hard cover


Prion. revised edition,1999. Good/Very Good- hard cover. 12mo,hard cover,332pp,illus. edgewear,rubbing,scratches,edgewrinkles,tear & chip top front corner,dust jacket. inscribed by author on half-title page,a few smudges edges,some gutter stresses,clean,text. corners bumped,cover. crease foot/foredges page 207-9. wine.


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