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Grapes & wines

Oz Clarke

Grapes & wines

a comprehensive guide to varieties & flavours

by Oz Clarke

  • 246 Want to read
  • 34 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Viticulture,
  • Wine and wine making,
  • Grapes,
  • Varieties

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 335) and indexes.

    Other titlesGrapes and wines
    StatementOz Clarke & Margaret Rand
    ContributionsRand, Margaret, author
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP548 .C5752 2015
    The Physical Object
    Pagination336 pages
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27186581M
    ISBN 101454915986
    ISBN 109781454915980
    OCLC/WorldCa889182873

    First published in hardcover as Oz Clarke’s Encyclopedia of Grapes, Oz Clarke’s Grapes and Wines is newly revised and updated to provide the most current information on an even wider array of grapes. Oz covers chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, and fifteen other "classic" grapes in depth, and includes features on tradition and innovation, methods used in the vineyard and the 4/5(3). Book Description: A competent guide to making premium grape wines at home. This is a very good book, geared toward achieving good wine from average grapes through proven methods of balancing aroma, body, clarity, color, taste, and style. In all, it succeeds in achieving these goals. It also contains a number of very valuable appendices.

    Wine Science, Third Edition, covers the three pillars of wine science – grape culture, wine production, and sensory takes readers on a scientific tour into the world of wine by detailing the latest discoveries in this exciting industry. The Grape Grower: A Guide to Organic Viticulture $ This book provides a detailed explanation to the intricate science of growing grapes organically. The author utilizes many illustrations, photos, tables and graphs to enhance text descriptions of concepts.

    Wine Grapes is an indispensable book for every wine lover, carefully researched, written and assembled by Jancis Robinson, Julia Harding and José Vouillamoz (see About the authors). Where do wine grapes come from and how are vine varieties related to each other? Wine Basics. Most wine is made with grapes, but they're not like the ones you find in the grocery store. Wine grapes (latin name: Vitis vinifera) are smaller, sweeter, have thick skins, and contain are over 1, wine grape varieties used in commercial production but only about of these varieties make up 75% of the world's vineyards.


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In this classic guide to winemaking, Jeff Cox walks you through the entire process, from selecting the vines and growing the grapes to fermenting and bottling -- and finally, tasting -- your wine. The fifth edition includes profiles of successful home winemakers, as well as sections on ice wines, port-style wines, Cited by: 5.

In this classic guide to winemaking, Jeff Cox walks you through the entire process, from selecting the vines and growing the grapes to fermenting and bottling -- and finally, tasting -- your wine. The fifth edition includes profiles of successful home winemakers, as well as sections on ice wines, port-style wines, /5(68).

Rosé Wine – Produced by soaking red grapes on their skins for shorter durations than red wines (no longer than two or three days), rosé wines range in color from pale salmon to deep pink.

The 10 Most Popular Wine Grapes in the U.S. Our five wine books have won national and international awards, e.g. Best Wine Book in the World for Professionals. We also run a wine travel. Eight Hundred Grapes by Laura Dave was a great book, the perfect beach read.

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The book covers all grape varieties that were known to produce commercial quantities of wine at the time of writing, which meant 1, of the kn varieties. It is written by British Masters of Wine Jancis Robinson and Julia Author: Jancis Robinson, Julia Harding, José. Wines from this grape are in their infancy, and their exploration has just begun.

Since Muscadine grapes are not a high-value crop (a ton sells for a mere $–$ a ton, compared to >$ a ton for Pinot Noir), it’s hard to justify the research and development needed to craft a new identity of Muscadine, but people are trying.As more and more wine consumers become grape conscious, they identify and buy wine according to its grapeâ and this is the guide to help them choose.

Written by one of the worldâ s most highly respected wine writers, Vines, Grapes, & Wines covers the numerous grape varieties that are grown internationally, examining an extensive range of the /5(40).Grape weight to wine volume (commercial) 1 U.S.

ton = gallons red, gallons white: 1 metric ton = liters red, liters white: Grapes weight to wine volume (home) pounds = 7 gallons red, 6 gallons white 1 U.S. ton = gallons red, gallons white: kilograms (kg) = 58 liters red, 50 liters white.