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Biodynamic Wines

Author: Monty Waldin
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781840009644
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This pioneering look at Biodynamic wines is the first complete reference on the topic and the principles used in their creation. Award-winning wine writer Monty Waldin-a leading authority on the subject-features more than 200 Biodynamic wine producers from around the world. He details their wines and rates them once for their overall quality in relation to environmental impact, and then again for value.Â

Viticulture

Author: Stephen Skelton
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0951470329
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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT GROWING VINES IN 123 PAGES. This book is a an introduction to the professional world of growing grapes and aimed at the serious student in the wine trade, WSET Diploma student or Master of Wine candidate. It is also very useful for those thinking of setting up vineyards as it answers a lot of the basic questions. Has sold over 4,500 copies now and received LOTS of emails saying how helpful it has been. Couldn't have become an MW without your book was the latest endorsement! This book is also being sold on www.lulu.com at a lower price.

A Celebration Of English Wine

Author: Liz Sagues
Publisher: The Crowood Press
ISBN: 0719826152
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English wine has greatly changed in recent years. Royalty and heads of government drink it and pour it for foreign dignitaries, and it is sold to some thirty wine-drinking nations and even beats champagne in blind tasting challenges. Its main grape varieties are major international names and its makers are skilled professionals. From a largely amateur-instigated cottage industry it has become an increasingly serious, quality-led commercial proposition - one that regularly makes news at home and abroad. This book explains why and how that has come about, telling the story of winemaking in England from the Romans to the present era. Most of all, it celebrates the wine itself and the people who make it. Its pages take readers on a virtual tour of many of the UK's most significant vineyards, long established or comparatively new, in the southern heartland of vine growing, on the western and northern fringes or at points in between. The reader will meet men and women whose expertise, character and belief have created wines of which all Britons can be truly proud. Foreword by Oz Clarke. Superbly illustrated with colour photographs throughout.

Bordeaux

Author: Monty Waldin
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9781845330385
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Cover has subtitle: How to find great wines off the beaten track.

Amarone And The Fine Wines Of Verona

Author: Michael Garner
Publisher: Infinite Ideas
ISBN: 1910902195
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Amarone and the fine wines of Verona is a sure-footed guide to all aspects of Veronese wine production, examining the history of the wines and geography of the region as well as viticulture, climate, grape varieties, wine styles and appassimento. It contains profiles of the region's important producers, including assessments of their wines.

The Wines Of Greece

Author: Konstantinos Lazarakis
Publisher: Infinite Ideas
ISBN: 1910902705
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Covers the history of Greek wine, topography, geography, climatic conditions, grape varieties grown and requirements for all classifications. Detailed entries on some of the most interesting producers by region make up the bulk of the text. Appendices cover wine legislation and native varieties. Maps, glossary, bibliography, index.

The Wines Of Northern Spain

Author: Sarah Jane Evans
Publisher: Infinite Ideas
ISBN: 1910902578
Size: 53.71 MB
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Spain is Europe’s most exciting wine producer. Sarah Jane Evans, the world’s leading authority on the wines of Spain, analyses the main regions, Galicia, Asturias and Cantabria, Castilla y León, Ribera del Duero, Rioja, Navarra and Aragón, including profiles of the most interesting producers and their distinctive wines.

Biodynamic Wine

Author: Monty Waldin
Publisher: Infinite Ideas
ISBN: 1908984708
Size: 56.51 MB
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Wines are generally defined in one of three ways: by their country or region of origin, by their colour (red, white, pink) or by their style (still, sparkling, fortified). Only recently have wines begun to defined be by how their grapes have been grown and the wine made, with a clear distinction between modern ‘chemical’ wine-growing on one hand, and the chemical-free organic or natural approach on the other. Now the world’s most respected wine producers, from Bordeaux to the Barossa, from Chablis to California, increasingly see Biodynamics as the method of choice for blue-chip wine-growing. Biodynamic wine explains concisely and clearly the theory behind biodynamics, how biodynamics differs from organics, and how the world’s wine-growers – from blue chip Bordeaux chateaux to under-the-radar family estates – use biodynamics in practice, often with significant and captivating variations according to wine style, local terroir, weather and even lunar cycles. Biodynamic wine is a comprehensive and entertaining guide to the most argued-about green wine-growing phenomenon of recent years. It is both an ideal how-to manual for wine-growers, and a captivating guide for wine professionals and wine lovers alike.

The Wines Of Austria

Author: Stephen Brook
Publisher: Infinite Ideas
ISBN: 1910902004
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Austrian wine has experienced a sensational quality boom in the last 20 years and is regarded as a marvel in the wine world. Stephen Brook’s The wines of Austria introduces Austrian terroir and grape varieties before supplying a comprehensive guide to the 16 key wine regions. A final chapter assesses vintages, analysing the last 10 years in detail.

Wines Of The Languedoc

Author: Rosemary George
Publisher: Infinite Ideas
ISBN: 1910902446
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For wine lovers, especially those who like individual wines that express the place where they were grown, the Languedoc is a perfect hunting ground. But hundreds of fine wines are available so Languedoc can be a confusing region for consumers. Rosemary George has unpacked the region carefully for wine professionals and just such consumers.