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Old 08-10-2009, 04:21 PM posted to rec.crafts.winemaking,alt.food.wine
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On Oct 8, 11:12*am, rcw wrote:
Here's one person's list:

Amazon.com:http://xrl.us/BestWinemakingBooks

Any other recommmendations?


Jack Keller and Lum Eisenman have the best books and they're right on
the web.

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It is amazing that Emile's Peynaud masterpiece is not in that list or even
available in Amazon:

http://www.athenaeumfr.com/catalog/a...ch_result.php?
keywords=peynaud&x=0&y=0

http://tinyurl.com/peynaud

best,

s.

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On Oct 8, 2:13*pm, santiago wrote:
It is amazing that Emile's Peynaud masterpiece is not in that list or even
available in Amazon:

http://www.athenaeumfr.com/catalog/a...ch_result.php?
keywords=peynaud&x=0&y=0

http://tinyurl.com/peynaud

best,

s.


Another very good book, along the lines of Roger Boulton's is Bruce
Zoecklein's " Wine Analysis and Production", Aspen, 1999.
additionally, if you log onto , you can sign up for
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time. The newsletter is free.

C. S. Ough's "Winemaking Basics" is an older but very complete book.
It is published by Food Production Press, New York.

Best

Jerry
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On Oct 11, 8:52*pm, Jerry wrote:
On Oct 8, 2:13*pm, santiago wrote:

It is amazing that Emile's Peynaud masterpiece is not in that list or even
available in Amazon:


http://www.athenaeumfr.com/catalog/a...ch_result.php?
keywords=peynaud&x=0&y=0


http://tinyurl.com/peynaud


best,


s.


Another very good book, along the lines of Roger Boulton's is Bruce
Zoecklein's *" Wine Analysis and Production", Aspen, 1999.
additionally, if you log onto , you can sign up for
monthly newsletters that cover almost any winemaking topic at a given
time. The newsletter is free.

C. S. Ough's "Winemaking Basics" is an older but very complete book.
It is published by Food Production Press, New York.

Best

Jerry


OOOPS

Forgot Yair Margalit's "Winery Technology & Operations", by The Wine
Appreciation Guild, San Francisco. This is a great small book for
winemakers at many levels. Lot's of practical stuff here. Margalit
also has another book "Concepts in Wine Chemistry". This one is a bit
more advanced, but for anyone who enjoys wine chemistry, it's very
good.

Jerry
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On Oct 12, 12:00*am, Jerry wrote:
On Oct 11, 8:52*pm, Jerry wrote:





On Oct 8, 2:13*pm, santiago wrote:


It is amazing that Emile's Peynaud masterpiece is not in that list or even
available in Amazon:


http://www.athenaeumfr.com/catalog/a...ch_result.php?
keywords=peynaud&x=0&y=0


http://tinyurl.com/peynaud


best,


s.


Another very good book, along the lines of Roger Boulton's is Bruce
Zoecklein's *" Wine Analysis and Production", Aspen, 1999.
additionally, if you log onto , you can sign up for
monthly newsletters that cover almost any winemaking topic at a given
time. The newsletter is free.


C. S. Ough's "Winemaking Basics" is an older but very complete book.
It is published by Food Production Press, New York.


Best


Jerry


OOOPS

Forgot Yair Margalit's "Winery Technology & Operations", by The Wine
Appreciation Guild, San Francisco. This is a great small book for
winemakers at many levels. Lot's of practical stuff here. *Margalit
also has another book "Concepts in Wine Chemistry". This one is a bit
more advanced, but for anyone who enjoys wine chemistry, it's very
good.

Jerry- Hide quoted text -

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That's what I refer to most and I have most of the books mentioned.
It's also cheap, around $30. Peynaud is great too but you have to
remember the acid conversions because they don't use tartartic as the
stanard in France. I just got Amerine's Winery Technology, what a
book.

Joe



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