Books: Modern Winemaking
Title:      Modern Winemaking
Categories:      Grape&Wine
BookID:      19
Authors:      Philip Jackisch
ISBN-10(13):      9780801414558
Publisher:      Cornell University Press
Number of pages:      289
Language:      English
Price:      30.68  USD
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From Library Journal

A research chemist who has been active in the wine industry for many years, Jackisch is also a writer and senior editor of Wine magazine. Aiming at the amateur winemaker, he discusses grapes, wine composition, equipment and materials, microorganisms, and fermentation. In discussing cellar operations, he offers sound advice on methods for problem prevention, aging, blending, and laboratory analysis. He also covers competitions, record keeping, sensory evaluations, vinegars, and sources of supplies and additional information. Offering up-to-date, clear explanations of methods, rather than detailed ``how to'' guidance, Jackisch's book will be popular with small-quantity winemakers and anyone considering making wine. Carolyn I. Alexander, USACDEC Technical Information Ctr., Fort Ord., Cal.
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