Chateaux Bordeaux / translated by Rosetta Translations ; editor, Alison Melvin.

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Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London : M. Beazley, c1989.
Description
259 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 31 cm.

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Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. 257) and index.
Contents
  • The Bordeaux wine heritage
  • The sources of Bordeaux's wine civilization / Jean Dethier
  • The history of the Bordeaux vineyard / René Pijassou
  • The concept of the wine chateau / Philippe Roudié
  • The wine economy of the Bordeaux chateaux / Nicholas Faith
  • Oenology: a new science at the chateau / Pascal Ribéreau-Gayon
  • A history of wine architecture / Robert Coustet
  • New visions of the wine chateaux : portfolio of original drawings / the Société Académique d'Architecture
  • Parks, gardens and landscapes / Jean-Pierre Bériac
  • The Bordeaux landscape under threat / Gérard Bauer
  • The wine trade and city of Bordeaux / Robert Coustet
  • The spirit of Bordeaux : portfolio of photographs / Michel Guillard
  • Bordeaux's present and some visions for the future
  • the present and future of wine architecture / Jean Dethier
  • Chateau Pichon-Longueville, Pauillac, Medoc
  • Prize-winning project / Patrick Dillon & Jean de Gastines, Paris
  • Project / Manuel Iñiguez & Vincente Usstarroz, Pamplona
  • Project / Fernando Montes, Paris
  • A new home for the negociant firm cruse in the Chartrons district of Bordeaux
  • Project / Bernard Reichen & Philippe Robert, Paris
  • Six imaginary Chateaux in the Medoc
  • Château Dixon-Pimlott
  • Château Lipsky
  • Château Montes
  • Château Nivelle
  • Château Reichlin
  • Château Vandenhove
  • A regional business park for the wine trade and a scheme for Barton & Guestier at Blanquefort, Medoc
  • The redevelopment of the negociant firm De Luze in the Chartrons district of Bordeaux.
ISBN
0855337516
LCCN
^^^93228583^
OCLC
29702222
RCP
H - S
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