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Winemaking: Recipes, Equipment, and Techniques for Making Wine at Home
Title:      Winemaking: Recipes, Equipment, and Techniques for Making Wine at Home
Categories:      Grape&Wine
BookID:      57
Authors:      Stanley F. Anderson, Dorothy Anderson
ISBN-10(13):      9780156970952
Publisher:      Mariner Books
Number of pages:      304
Language:      English
Price:      16.77  USD
Rating:      0 
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From Library Journal

This is an update of The Art of Making Wine by Anderson with Raymond Hull ( LJ 12/15/71). The book includes an introduction to the basic principles; recipes; a reference section with a table of problems and their solutions; a glossary; and a buyer's guide. The recipes are clearly written, with symbols used to designate the different steps. There is a complete variety of wine recipes, using berries, soft fruits, hard fruits, tropical fruits, dried fruits and, of course, fresh grapes. Some recipes are ambitious--one requires 90 pounds of Thompson Seedless table grapes, and the authors warn that a champagne recipe requires a great deal of dedication, practice, and technique. Nevertheless, this is an excellent source for the serious home winemaker.
- Christine Bulson, SUNY at Oneonta Lib.
Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Review

This is an update of The Art of Making Wine by Anderson with Raymond Hull ( LJ 12/15/71). The book includes an introduction to the basic principles; recipes; a reference section with a table of problems and their solutions; a glossary; and a buyer's guide. The recipes are clearly written, with symbols used to designate the different steps. There is a complete variety of wine recipes, using berries, soft fruits, hard fruits, tropical fruits, dried fruits and, of course, fresh grapes. Some recipes are ambitious--one requires 90 pounds of Thompson Seedless table grapes, and the authors warn that a champagne recipe requires a great deal of dedication, practice, and technique. Nevertheless, this is an excellent source for the serious home winemaker.
- Christine Bulson, SUNY at Oneonta Lib.
(Library Journal )

   
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