Oz and james drink to britain book

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All rights reserved. Oz Clarke. Download Biography. His tasting skills have won him an international following and he is acknowledged as having one of the finest palates of anyone writing about wine today. He brings a refreshingly unorthodox wit and directness to the subject and has won all the major wine writing awards both in the UK and the USA many times over. He regularly hosts wine tastings, tours, and awards for the cruise and travel industry, and for international corporate clients.

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Oz and James Drink to Britain. Oz Clarke , James May. It seemed only right to take a look closer to home and so, in this highly personal account, the odd couple set off on a summer road trip on a quest to find the drink that defines modern Britain. For their latest adventure, James produces a supremely British combination of classic Rolls Royce towing an appallingly kitsch Sprite caravan from the s. The unlikely companions live in this tiny, leaky Sprite as they travel around Britain in one of the wettest summers on record. Their first mission is to find out what goes into a good British beer. Oz and James then move on to explore other drinks that might define modern Britain - malt whisky, of course, English wine, Plymouth gin, potato vodka and scrumptious cider and perry, with a sideways glance at Ireland, the ultimate example of a country where one drink defines the whole nation.

Starting in a barley field in Yorkshire, the hapless duo meander their way through the country exploring the best and worst of British beers and sampling numerous other drinks of the land, including wine, whisky, gin, vodka, and cider. Their destinations include maltsters, small breweries and distilleries, sparkling wine makers, and hop growers, and along the way Oz and James quibble and tiff with riotous results. Lighthearted and accidentally educational, this is a fun look at the state of drinking in Britain today. Oz teaches James about wine with the aim of turning him into a top sommelier, while James indulges his passion for cars by driving a different car each week. Divided by region, Oz and James' Big Wine Adventure cuts through the fear and snobbery that surrounds French wine, providing an informative, entertaining and accessible guide to the French regions and their wines. Beautifully illustrated with over 80 landscape photographs and location shots, it is full of useful information on wine-making, wine culture, regions and tips on how to seek out the best the French vineyards have to offer. Condition: please see detailed photos for your own judgment, if you need more photos or more information do not hesitate to ask!

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