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Wines Of The World 3d Gift Book
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Last updated on 3rd Dec 2012
Wines Of The World 3d Gift Book
Apart from a bottle of wine itself the Wines of the World book is the second most perfect present for a wine lover. The 3D Book is all about the grape variety it is even in the shape of a wine bottle. With so many grape varieties styles and regions producing wines all over the world the subject is a vast one. Some of the facts may even be new to seasoned connoisseurs. A comprehensive guide to the history of wines around the world will be of interest to anybody who is already familiar or even new to the nectar.
- R.K. Features: A guide to Wines of the World 3D book in the shape of a wine bottle Over 160 pages of wine its history and other facts Comes beautifully gift boxed
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