Understanding Wine Technology: The Science of Wine Explained


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The production of wine is described in detail from the creation of a vineyard, through the production of grapes and their subsequent processing and quality control, to the bottling of the finished wine. It explains why the choice of land is important in establishing a new vineyard, and how vines and soil interact and thus create the traditional links between region and grape variety. The main part of the book is devoted to the incredibly complex series of operations that constitute the transformation of grape juice into ...

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Nov 17, 2007

Good Intro to Enology

This book was required reading for my Intro to Enology course and it gives a good overview of the processes involved in winemaking. The writer is British, so it focuses mainly on European technologies and winemaking laws and legislation, which is a bit limiting for readers in the US, but I found it very informative nontheless.
The book is very readable and easy to understand for the non-scientist and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in wine.

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