A Good Nose and Great Legs by Robert Geddes

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Practical, personal and packed full of easy to understand, Good Nose and Great Legs is aimed at the reader who knows something about wine and wants to know more. Robert Geddes, one of the few Australian-born masters of wine has written the quintessential guide to Australian and international wine culture and life- style; a must read for contemporary wine-drinkers.

About Robert Geddes

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Robert Geddes is an architect, urbanist, and teacher. He is dean emeritus of the Princeton School of Architecture; Henry Luce Professor Emeritus of Architecture, Urbanism, and History at New York University; and a fellow of the New York Institute for the Humanities and the National Academy of Design. The American Institute of Architects honored his professional firm for its "design quality, respect for the environment, and social concern."
Published November 1, 2007 by Murdoch Books. 304 pages
Genres: Cooking.