Articles tagged with the word "wine science":

Wine Science, by Jamie Goode

Published on February 20, 2014

With this new edition, Goode brings us up to date with several expanded and revitalised sections, including minerality, oxygen management and sulfur compounds.

The Grapevine … from the science to the practice of growing vines for wine

Published on January 13, 2012

The book’s stated audience is undergraduate and post-graduate students, viticulturists and winemakers, and given that the authors have a superfluity of research post-nominals to their names, one can expect some seriously high-brow content.

Winemaking Problems Solved, edited by Christian E. Butzke

Published on July 17, 2011

This book looks at categories of winemaking and breaks them up into a question and answer format to deal with problems in the winery.

Managing Wine Quality, volume 2, edited by Andrew G. Reynolds

Published on May 14, 2011

Volume 2 of this erudite tale moves on to issues of winemaking and their effects on wine quality and style. Further chapters are commissioned from specialists around the world, and a few major yeast, (and other winemaking products) manufacturers also share their expertise.

Managing Wine Quality, volume 1, edited by Andrew G. Reynolds

Published on April 28, 2011

This is self-evidently serious kit for the professional with individual chapters commissioned from senior academicians and researchers at universities and research institutes around the world.

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