Vineyard of Saint-Émilion

A Terroir of Humanity


Journalist Florence Hernandez and photographer Guillaume de Laubier invite readers to discover exceptional wines from Saint-Émilion, the oldest and most prestigious vineyard in the world.


ISBN: 9781419774447 Category:

Florence Hernandez


Limestone, clay, sand . . . The vines of Saint-Émilion are rooted in a land made of a mosaic of soils, giving its wines an inimitable taste. Here in the heart of the oldest and most prestigious vineyard in the world, Saint-Émilion is synonymous with exceptional wine, a taste revealed by those who work the land and care for the vines to reveal all the subtleties of their terroir.
The Wines of Saint-Émilion reveals 20 of the vineyard’s domains and goes back to the origins of wine, to the heart of winemaking, and to what nourishes the vines and gives Saint-Émilion wines all their flavor. This book will give amateur and seasoned wine lovers alike a new way to discover, understand, and taste wine.

Additional information

Weight 1918 g
Dimensions 24.9 x 31.9 cm
Publisher name ABRAMS
Publication date 28 April 2024
Number of pages 224
Format Hardback
Contributors Photographs by Guillaume de Laubier, Foreword by Guy Savoy
Dimensions 24.9 x 31.9 cm
Weight 1918 g


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Florence Hernandez is a journalist specializing in wine, travel, and gastronomy.

For the past 25 years, photographer Guillaume de Laubier has been attracting the attention of the biggest decoration and lifestyle magazines. Today, he puts his talent at the service of books, notably for éditions de La Martinière.