Palpable Landscapes

Winemaker and international landscape photographer Kevin Judd’s book The Landscape of New Zealand Wine is one of seven of the “best wine reading on offer this year” according to Jeni Port of Melbourne newspaper, The Age. Featuring alongside Peter Mayle’s Vintage Caper and Michel Bettane and Thierry Desseauve’s Bettane & Desseauve: The World’s Greatest Wines, Judd’s second book, with words by master of wine Bob Campbell, “will make you want to book a one-way ticket to Auckland”. “Do you tire of looking at vines? No. The colour of the seasons, the energy and the birth of a new vintage are palpably real … The former Cloudy Bay winemaker is renowned for his wine and his photography, and in [The Landscape of New Zealand Wine] (which has been quickly followed by the cute Australasian edition of Wine Dogs), he travels the wine regions of New Zealand capturing the raw, surreal beauty of vineyards.”


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