Books by Rudolph Chelminski

Released: Oct. 18, 2007

"A sophisticated raconteur, Chelminski tells a story that would grace a leisurely lunch at a French countryside inn."
This story of the man who brought Beaujolais to the world's tables carries distinctive flavors of French history, cuisine and terrain with accents of style and wit. Read full book review >
Released: May 23, 2005

"Intensely involving: a character study of a gifted, driven man and the world that created him."
Enthralling plunge into the world of the late Bernard Loiseau: celebrity chef, P.R. genius, and manic-depressive. Read full book review >