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Practical Winery vineyard

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Practical Wine Talk

Author : Charles R. Thomas, M.D.
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The author approaches the subject of wine from the standpoint of its Medical, Scientific, Historical, Sensory, Cultural, and Health viewpoints. He tells you the “Why,” as well as the “What.” The book is a well-organized collage of essays written on the numerous subjects in the world of wine, food, and health. The book starts from the basics, through the components and what influences them, Wine defects, how and why you taste and why you like what you like, the various wines, various wine tools, and then moves to pairing with food, wine service, and finally the health benefits and risks of wine consumption. One chapter is guest-written by Tim Hanni, MW, a Master of Wine from California.

University Wine Course

Author : Marian W. Blady
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For over 20 years the most widely used wine textbook in higher education courses, The University Wine Course provides a 12-week program for learning about wine in-depth, from sensory evaluation to the science of viticulture and winemaking. Written and organized in a “user friendly” style, this book serves as a comprehensive-yet-easy resource for self-tutoring. Includes chapter exams and answers, study guides, lab exercises, final exams and extensive references and bibliography. Illustrated with appendixes on Wine & Food, Label Reading, Do-It-Yourself Labs, Student tasting notes and more. Dr. Baldy is a USDA award-winning professor of sciences who has operated her own vineyard and winery and has taught wine appreciation for academic credits to university students for over 20 years. A Teacher’s Manual is available from the publisher.

Practical Winery

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Open air Grape Culture a practical treatise on the garden and vineyard culture of the vine To which is added a selection of examples of American vineyard practice etc

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Open Air Grape Culture A Practical Treatise on the Garden and Vineyard Culture of the Vine and the Manufacture of Domestic Wine

Author : John Phin
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This volume contains a practical treatise on the garden and vineyard culture of the vine, with information on the manufacture of domestic wine. Written in simple, plain language and profusely illustrated, this book is ideal for the novice grower, and is not to be missed by collectors of vintage horticultural literature. Contents include: “Natural and Civil History of the Vine”, “Choice of Soil”, “Situation”, “Aspect”, “Necessity for Protection from Wind and Storms”, “Preparation of the Soil”, “Draining”, “Trenching”, “Subsoil Ploughing”, “Manuring”, “Terracing”, “Construction of Vine Borders for Garden”, et cetera. Many vintage books like this are becoming increasingly rare and expensive. We are republishing this volume now in an affordable, high-quality addition complete with a specially commissioned new introduction on making wine. “Open Air Grape Culture” was first published in 1862.

Passionate About Homemade Wine A Practical No Nonsense Guide to Making Wine

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Practical Winery

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Napa Wine

Author : Charles L. Sullivan
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Charles Sullivan's Napa Wine: A History, is the engaging story of the rise to prominence of what many believe to be the greatest winegrowing area in the Western hemisphere. This new edition completes that picture, bringing to light more than a decade of dramatic changes and shifted norms visited upon the valley, from pholoxera-wasted vineyards to High Court-officiated territorial battles, told in a rousing, transportive narrative. Beginning in 1817 with the movement of Spanish missions into the San Francisco Bay area, Sullivan winds his way through the great wine boom of the late 19th-century, the crippling effect of Prohibition, and Napa's rise out of its havoc to its eventual rivaling of Bordeaux in the judgments of 1976 and 2006. Published in cooperation with the Napa Valley Wine Library, the book includes historic maps, charts of vineyard ownership, and vintages from the 1880s to present.