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Windows on the World complete wine course

by:Zraly, Kevin

Looks at how and where wine is made and how this affects its quality and pricing, including information on how the professionals taste and rate wine and a country-by-country tour of the latest vintages.

Editions:67  Date:1985 - 2018


The world atlas of wine : a complete guide to the wines & spirits of the world

by:Johnson, Hugh, 1939-

The seventh edition will confirm the status of The World Atlas of Wine as the most essential and authoritative wine reference work. Reflecting the changing nature of the wine scene, the Atlas details developments in climate, technique and fashion as well as new regulations made over the last six years. A new Australian map highlights the importance of cool-climate regions as global warming takes effect, for example, while dynamic regions such as coastal Croatia, South Africa's Swartland and Ningxia in China are covered for the first time. The world's increasing appetite for wine is matched by a growing thirst for knowledge, which this book will amply satisfy.

Editions:180  Date:1968 - 2017  Genre(s):Maps, Guidebooks, Maps, Guidebooks


The Oxford companion to wine

by:Robinson, Jancis

"Including contributions and advice from authorities around the world, Its 3,000 alphabetically arranged entries range from brief entries--What is a blanc de noirs? Where is Chateau Latour?--to fascinating longer essays on the intricacies of wine scoring, wine aging, and the nuances of judging a wine's color, aroma and flavor."--Publishers Description.

Editions:71  Date:1088 - 2017


From vines to wines : the complete guide to growing grapes and making your own wine

by:Cox, Jeff, 1940-

The purpose of this book is to bring the reader swiftly and surely to the goal of excellence. As I am a longtime grower and winemaker myself, be prepared to hear me say how I did it, but don't be tempted to follow. Rather, digest the information you find here and proceed as you see fit.

Editions:25  Date:1985 - 2015


Wine for dummies

by:McCarthy, Ed

The fun and easy way to become a savvy wine drinker. A handy reference for everyone.

Editions:140  Date:1995 - 2018  Genre(s):Wine lists


Reading between the wines

by:Theise, Terry, 1953-

Acclaimed importer and wine guru Terry Theise, long known for his top-notch portfolio and his illustrious writing, now offers this opinionated, idiosyncratic, and beautifully written testament to wine. What constitutes beauty in wine, and how do we appreciate it? What role does wine play in a soulful, sensual life? Can wines of place survive in a world of globalized styles and 100-point scoring systems? In his highly approachable style, Theise describes how wine can be a portal to aesthetic, emotional, even mystical experience - and he frankly asserts that these experiences are most likely to be inspired by wines from artisan producers. Along the way, Theise tells us a little about how he got where he is today, explores the meaning of wine in the lives of vintners he has known, and praises particular grape varieties. Reading between the Wines is a passionate tribute to wine - and to what it can say to us once we learn to listen.

Editions:11  Date:2010 - 2011  Genre(s):Miscellanea, Trivia and miscellanea, Trivia and miscellanea


A history of wine in America : from prohibition to the present

by:Pinney, Thomas

Wine-making in the United States as it was carried out under Prohibition and then as it developed and spread to all fifty states after the repeal of Prohibition is described in this account of the American vintner's art as it has evolved into a successful enterprise.

Editions:14  Date:2005  Genre(s):History


A companion to California wine : an encyclopedia of wine and winemaking from the mission period to the present

by:Sullivan, Charles L. (Charles Lewis), 1932-

"Sullivan's encyclopedic handbook traces the Golden State's wine industry from its mission period and Gold Rush origins down to last year's planting and vintage statistics. All aspects of wine are included, and wine production from vine propagation to bottling is described in straightforward language. There are entries for some 750 wineries, both historical and contemporary; for more than 100 wine grape varieties, from Aleatico to Zinfandel; and for wine types from claret to vermouth - all given in a historical context."--Jacket.

Editions:6  Date:1998  Genre(s):Encyclopedias


Notes on a cellar-book

by:Saintsbury, George, 1845-1933

Since its first publication in 1920, George Saintsbury's classic Notes on a Cellar-Book has remained one of the greatest tributes to drink and drinking in the literature of wine. A collection of tasting notes, menus, and robust opinions, the work is filled with anecdotes and recollections of wines and spirits consumed--from the heights of RomaneĢe-Conti to the simple pleasures of beer, flip, and mum. Thomas Pinney brings this unique work alive for contemporary audiences by providing the keys to a full understanding of Notes on a Cellar-Book in a new edition that includes explanatory endnotes, an.

Editions:48  Date:1920 - 2012  Genre(s):Menus, Menus

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Ancient wine : the search for the origins of viniculture

by:McGovern, Patrick E.

"Patrick McGovern takes us on a personal odyssey back to the beginnings of this consequential beverage when early hominids probably enjoyed a wild grape wine. We follow the course of human ingenuity in domesticating the Eurasian vine and learning how to make and preserve wine some 7,000 years ago. Early winemakers must have marveled at the seemingly miraculous process of fermentation. From success to success, viniculture stretched out its tentacles and entwined itself with one culture after another (whether Egyptian, Iranian, Israelite, or Greek) and laid the foundation for civilization itself. As medicine, social lubricant, mind-altering substance, and highly valued commodity, wine became the focus of religious cults, pharmacopoeias, cuisines, economies, and society. As an evocative symbol of blood, it was used in temple ceremonies and occupies the heart of the Eucharist. Kings celebrated their victories with wine and made certain that they had plenty for the afterlife. (Among the colorful examples in the book is McGovern's famous chemical reconstruction of the funerary feast - and mixed beverage - of "King Midas.") Some people truly became "wine cultures.""--Jacket.

Editions:22  Date:2003 - 2013  Genre(s):History


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