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Exploring Wine Regions: Bordeaux France: Discover Wine, Food, Castles, and The French Way of Life by Michael C. Higgins, Ph.D. takes readers on a fascinating journey to Bordeaux and lets them explore the beauty of the region known for its wine, food, castles, and others. The author captivates readers with the history of Bordeaux, its topography, and the evolution of its landscape. The book begins from the center of the region, and the charm of this medieval city will enthrall readers to go there in person and experience its youthful and energetic vibe. The region is the place for all wine lovers and this exciting wine region, also known as mini Paris, will leave travelers and readers enchanted.
Michael C. Higgins covers in detail everything about Bordeaux and shares the charm and elegance of the place with a lot of colorful and beautiful images. The tour of Bordeaux is just magical and the author explores the region extensively after living there for three years and doing some research. The breathtaking landscapes, delectable food, magnificent castles, and warm and inviting people will lure any traveler to visit the place and experience its magic. Exploring Wine Regions should definitely be on everybody's bookshelf. It is informative and gives readers a lot of details about wine and tourism there, how they have created a reputed and highly respected winemaking phenomenon, and beautiful properties where tourists can stay while visiting the region. It is also a visual treat with fabulous pictures of its castles and cellars that make it palpable for readers to enjoy Bordeaux to the fullest.