A Notebook for the Wines of France. By Creighton Churchill. [1961].

A Notebook for the Wines of France.  A wine diary or cellar book listing the nine hundred most important French wines and/or their vineyards, with space for the wine drinker’s own records and notations. Including an introductory explanation of each of the eight major wine districts, their differing nomenclatures, and comparative classifications, together with notes on the selection, care, and serving of wines.  By Creighton Churchill.  Intro. by Samuel Chamberlain. NY: Knopf, 1961. 1st ed. Tall 8vo. Designed by Warren Chappell. Title in red, xvi, 387pp., 8 maps, charts, 3pp. biblio., xxix pages of index, plus cellar notes. Red cloth, pict. endpapers, covers rubbed, else Good.