Author: Stephen Skelton
ISBN: 0951470329
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Author: Stephen P Skelton Mw
ISBN: 9780951470398
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This book is a basic introduction to growing grapes and aimed at the serious student in the wine trade, WSET Diploma student or Master of Wine candidate.

View From The Vineyard

Author: Clifford P. Ohmart
Publisher: Board and Bench Publishing
ISBN: 0932664555
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Sunlight into Wine: A Handbook for Winegrape Canopy Management. Winetitles,
Adelaide. 88pp. Skelton, S. 2009. Viticulture–An Introduction to Commercial
Grape Growing and Wine Production. Published by the author Wagner, P. M.
1996. A WineGrower's Guide. The Wine Appreciation Guild, San Francisco.
240pp. Winkler, A. J., J. A. Cook, W M. Kliewer, and L. A. Lider. 1974. General
Viticulture Second revised edition. University of California Press, Berkeley Wolf, T
. et. al. 2008.

Contemporary Wine Studies

Author: Gareth Morgan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317665953
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Viticulture: An Introduction to Commercial Grape Growing for Wine Production (
London: Lulu). Smith, B. (ed.) (2007). Questions of Taste: The Philosophy of Wine
(Oxford: Signal Books). UBIFRANCE (2015). French still wine exports. Drinks
Business, March 2015:41. Unwin, T. (1994). Chaptal. In: Robinson, J (ed.) The
Oxford Companion to Wine (Oxford: Oxford University Press). Woods, S. (2001).
Vine to Bottle: How Wine is Made (London: Mitchell Beazley). 2 underStanding
the ...

Modern Winemaking

Author: Philip Jackisch
Publisher: Cornell University Press
ISBN: 9780801414558
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Maynard, A. Amerine, editor, Wine Production Technology in the United States,
Washington, D.C.: American Chemical Society, ACS Symposium Series 145,
1981. A. H. Rose, editor, Alcoholic Beverages, ... Richard P. Vine, Commercial
Winemaking: Processing and Controls, West- port, Conn.: AVI, 1981. Philip M.
Wagner ... GRAPE GROWING John R. McGrew, Guide to Winegrape Growing,
American Wine Society (3006 Latta Road, Rochester, N.Y. 14612). 1980. For the
home grape ...


Author: Maynard A. Amerine
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520032026
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An Introduction Maynard Andrew Amerine, Vernon L. Singleton ... GROWING.
WINE. GRAPES. Viticulture — the growing of grapes — is a very large
agricultural industry. According to the statistics available to us, the total world
commercial tonnage of grapes approaches 75 percent of that of all other fruits ...
This production had a farm value estimated at $480 million in 1975, involving 330
wineries (of a national total of 579) and 647,000 acres of vineyard (about 83
percent in bearing).

Biology Of The Grapevine

Author: Michael G. Mullins
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521305075
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growing and winemaking may have been introduced into Crete, and thence to
the Pelponnesus, during this period but the possibility of a direct introduction into
the Balkan Peninsula through the Bosporus cannot be excluded. In the Iliad ...
Later, the growing of grapes spread throughout Italy and the importance of
viticulture to the economy of Rome, and in Roman culture, ... With the fall of the
Roman Empire the wine trade was disrupted and commercial grape growing
went into decline.

Wine And The Vine

Author: Tim Unwin
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 0415144167
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Provides an introduction to the historical geography of viticulture and the wine trade from prehistory to the present, considering wine as a symbol, rich in meaning and a commercial product of great economic importance to specific regions.

From Vines To Wines In Classical Rome

Author: David L. Thurmond
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004334599
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A Handbook of Viticulture and Oenology in Rome and the Roman West David L.
Thurmond. CHAPTER 3 Viticulture A bad wine can be, and sometimes is, made
from good grapes, but an excellent wine can never be made from bad grapes. A
wine can be no better than the grapes from which it ... But to produce wine at a
commercial level requires considerably more land and equipment, and the
Roman villa rustica answered that need. Romans had discovered that viniculture
could be ...

Encyclopedia Of Ancient Greece

Author: Nigel Guy Wilson
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415973342
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Vines could grow well on difficult terrain and produce on poor soils; they were
resistant to extremities of temperature and humidity, and provided the farmer with
in-season fresh fruit and juices, stor- able raisins, and non-perishable wine. That
versatility of the grape prompted ... AD 200), for example, provides a
comprehensive catalogue of choice regional wines that attests to the
sophisticated commercial nature of Greek viticulture in Roman times. Yet even as
exports grew, viticulture ...