great stuff – old maps!

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  1. I have in my collection of old wine books & other wine ephemera, 4 small volumes of highly detailed vineyard maps arranged by appellation, having been drawn in either the late 1930s or 1940’s. I’d very much like to see/read your commentary on old maps, presumably, focused on Burgundy content:

    I am also a member of The Wayward Tendrils, an international society of wine book collectors should you have any interest in learning more about the organization.

    I have also taught wine courses and written wine articles for the lay press/glossies.

    Best regards,.

    Brian M. Dorsk
    Cape Elizabeth, Maine
    USA

    • billn15th February 2016 at 9:25 pmPermalinkReply

      “I’d very much like to see/read your commentary on old maps, presumably, focused on Burgundy content”

      But which maps Brian? 😉

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