We reprinted three of our most popular maps in the last few months: Italy in August; Spain & Portugal and France in December.
Amazingly, only France had any updates, and they were minor:
1. Bourgogne Vézelay, a subregion of Bourgogne becomes a full AOP.
2. Pic Saint-Loup also gets promoted from a subregion (of Languedoc) to a full AOP.
3. Corrèze is a new AOP in SW France, west of Bordeaux and north of Cahors.
This is the first time we’ve reprinted any of our maps without an update. Hopefully, this is a trend and not the calm before the storm!
as two of these maps are now on a “new” edition that is unchanged from the previous printing – and with the (slim) possibility of that happening with other maps in the future – wondering if you could add a “Last Updated” date to the descriptions of your maps along with the First Published and Latest Edition dates (or just instead of the latter) — just so we know if we have the most current information, if not the most recent printing – always willing to support your work and stay up to date, but don’t want to buy the new edition if it’s just a reprint, and having that update information would make that a lot easier – thanks for your consideration…