Atlas de la France Vinicole - Les Vins de Bourgogne - Louis Larmat 1953 - Editions L. Larmat, Paris - Number 371 of a limited 700 copies printed on ‘Velin D’Art L.H.D.’ First and Limited Edition of this new expanded work, large and finely bound, beautifully detailed and produced on handmade paper.

Containing eleven colour maps (four large folding, three full-page, four half-page), seventy six black and white photographs, and numerous vignettes throughout (Previously published in 1942 with 5 maps and fewer photographs).

Containing eleven colour maps: Les Vins de Bourgogne (Carte Générale); Chablis Grand Cru – Chablis; La Côte de Nuits (4-page foldout); La Côte de Beaune (4-page foldout); Rully & Mercurey (2 maps on one page); Montagny & Givry (2 maps on one page); Le Mâconnais – Pouilly-Fuissé, Pouilly-Loché, Pouilly-Vinzelles (all on one map); Le Beaujolais (foldout); Le Beaujolais: St. Amour, Juliénas-Chénas, Moulin-à-Vent, Fleurie / Chiroubles – Morgon / Côte de Brouilly – Brouilly (3 maps on one foldout)

Much of the text consists of statistical tables for each wine area. Short essays introducing major areas are in English, German and Italian, as well as French. Among the contributors are Camille Rodier on the Côte de Nuits and J. Mommesin on the Mâconnais
  Limited to 800 copies of which 100 were printed ‘Hors Commerce’ on ‘Vélin des Papeteries du Marais’ numbered I to C and 700 printed on ‘Velin D’Art L.H.D.’ numbered 101 to 800.

There were eleven planned volumes in the ‘
Atlas de la France Vinicole’ series but only six were completed, the first two, Bordeaux and Bourgogne, were later republished in an expanded form with additional maps and illustrations. Those published are as follows:-

I.
Les Vins de Bordeaux. First published in 1941 as a folio with 8 maps, and revised in 1947 with additional illustrations. Republished in 1949 as a new quarto edition with 19 maps.
II.
Les Vins de Bourgogne. First published in 1942 as a folio with 5 maps. Republished in 1953 as a new quarto edition with 11 maps.
III. Les Vins des Côtes du Rhône. First published in 1943 as a folio with 4 maps.

IV. Les Vins de Champagne. First published in 1944 as a folio with 7 maps.
V. Les Vins des Coteaux de la Loire. Touraine et Centre. First published in 1946 as a folio with 4 maps.
VI. Les Eaux-de-vie de France. Le Cognac. First published in 1947 as a folio with 6 maps.

References: Oberlé, Bibliothèque Bachique, 247. Eberhard Buehler,
Viniana, IJKL 97. Lambert 231. Crahan, Sothebys Sale, Lot 626.

Quarto (binding size 31.7x25cm), pp. [4] [2 (publisher’s original front card wrapper)] [74] [1 (publisher's ad)] [5] [2 (publisher’s original rear card wrapper)] [4].
  Finely bound in black morocco over burgundy coloured paper boards, spine lettered in gilt, burgundy colour coated endpapers, publisher’s original card wrappers and spine bound in at front and rear.   Condition: Fine in fine binding   Ref: 110009   Price: HK$ 6,000