Spain and Portugal, The World's Largest Vineyard (EBOOK_Digital version)
Encarta reinvents how to look at the wine universe. Literature, illustration and cartography unite to represent and recount the landscapes and people of the principal wine-making countries and regions.
Inaugurating the collection, Spain and Portugal, the World's Largest Vineyard, offers a panorama of winemaking on the Iberian Peninsula and its islands. It is without doubt a thrilling journey, for after three decades of silent revolution great wines are being produced over its entire geography. It is also an original publication as it includes a Great Digital Map (31 MB) and an Ebook (6'77 MB - 34 pages) with the Denominations of Origin, the best wineries, and complete and precise information to gain greater understanding and enjoyment in the discovery or rediscovery of the world's largest vineyard.
First English Edition: 2019
Composition and Texts: Enzo Milo
Illustrations: Óscar Giménez
Translation: Richard C. D’Augusta
Selection of Wineries: Enzo Milo, Juana Reche y Mannel Serrano
Consultancy: Maribel Gilsanz, Sergio Martín, Juan José Misis, María José Muñoz, Amadeo Olmos, Paulina Rascón, Juana Reche, Pedro Ruiz y Daniel Sanchís, Mannel Serrano y José María Zarandieta
Text Revision: Maribel Gilsanz, Carlos Rod y Miguel López
Layout: Taller Imagen and Dándolevueltas Creatividad y Diseño
Edition: Miguel López
The present edition of this work was completed on July 16th, 2019, Festivity of Carmen
© 2018, Enzo Milo for the Concept, Composition and Texts.
© 2018, Óscar Giménez for the Cover and Interior Illustrations.
© For this Edition: Díaita Group, S.L., 2019, Eulogio Martín Higuera, 10, 40001 Segovia
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