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Viticulture - Ebook By Stephen Skelton MW
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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT GROWING VINES IN 123 PAGES. This book is a basic introduction to growing grapes and aimed at the serious student in the wine trade, WSET Diploma student or Master of Wine... More > candidate. It is also very useful for those thinking of setting up vineyards as it answers a lot of the basic questions. Has sold over 2,000 copies now and received LOTS of emails saying how helpful it has been.< Less
A Treatise on Viticulture By A I Perold
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A I Perold (1880-1941) was South Africa's first Professor of Viticulture and Oenology. He dedicated himself to improving the quality of grapes for wine, brandy and the table. He studied wine and... More > brandy production in Europe, imported more than 60 varieties to the Cape and bred new ones. Perold said this book “is intended to serve both the student and the practical grape-grower. There are in it technical passages that will appeal more to the student, e.g. the chapters dealing with the biology of the vine, its external and internal morphology, the theory of grafting. My remarks on the practice of viticulture, such as those dealing with the propagation, manuring and pruning of the vine, the production of table grapes for export, will, it is hoped, assist the practical grape-grower as well as the student.” This is a newly typeset reprint, not a photocopy. Text has been aligned to match the original pagination so any external references to pages in the Treatise will be valid in this edition.< Less
A Treatise on Viticulture By A I Perold
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A I Perold (1880-1941) was South Africa's first Professor of Viticulture and Oenology. He dedicated himself to improving the quality of grapes for wine, brandy and the table. He studied wine and... More > brandy production in Europe, imported more than 60 varieties to the Cape and bred new ones. Perold said this book “is intended to serve both the student and the practical grape-grower. There are in it technical passages that will appeal more to the student, e.g. the chapters dealing with the biology of the vine, its external and internal morphology, the theory of grafting. My remarks on the practice of viticulture, such as those dealing with the propagation, manuring and pruning of the vine, the production of table grapes for export, will, it is hoped, assist the practical grape-grower as well as the student.” This is a newly typeset reprint, not a photocopy. Text has been aligned to match the original pagination so any external references to pages in the Treatise will be valid in this edition.< Less
Viticulture - An introduction to commercial grape growing for wine production By Stephen Skelton MW
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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT GROWING VINES IN 123 PAGES. This book is a basic introduction to growing grapes and aimed at the serious student in the wine trade, WSET Diploma student or Master of Wine... More > candidate. It is also very useful for those thinking of setting up vineyards as it answers a lot of the basic questions. Has sold over 3,500 copies now and received LOTS of emails saying how helpful it has been. "Couldn't have become an MW without your book" was the latest endorsement!< Less
Cépages hybrides: une expérience de viticulture et vinification en Berry By Michel Quéré
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Michel Quéré is an engineer and the activity of amateur wine grower is one of his major concerns. He delivers in a digest leaving the beaten tracks and without equivalent the sum of... More > knowledge he gathered about vine and wine. Written after a 14 year experience, this book is addressed to everyone who wants to discover different things from what can be found in current literature on the subject. Even experienced wine growers are likely to find some unsuspected information. It describes the way used by the author to cultivate and vinify red hybrid vines, in a total respect of the environment, aiming to obtain an authentic wine with a particular flavor and as natural as possible. This book is essential to the beginner who wishes to launch out in an adventure of wine grower. Therefore, may it give rise to vocations for this noble activity!< Less
A Year in Paarl with A I Perold - Vine and Wine Experiments 1916 By Peter F May, I A Perold
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Abraham Izak Perold was the father of not only the modern South African wine industry but also those of brandy and table grapes. Although Dr Perold had published more than eighty pamphlets, articles... More > and books none of them are now in print, a situation rectified in a small way by this book. Inside is the complete unabridged text of “Some Viticultural and Oenological Experiments conducted at the Paarl Viticultural Experiment Station during 1915-1916” by Dr A I Perold, issued as a pamphlet by the Government Printer in Pretoria in 1916. It is Dr Perold’s annual report as Government Viticulturist on his work at the viticultural research station at Paarl, near Cape Town, South Africa. This book additionally includes an introduction, biography of Dr Perold, explanatory notes, photographs, glossary and index. Peter F May is a wine writer and author whose “PINOTAGE: Behind the Legends of South Africa’s Own Wine was the world’s first book about the wine grape variety created by A I Perold.< Less
UK Vineyards Guide 2010 By Stephen Skelton MW
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A guide to the vineyards and wine producers in the UK, Ireland and the Channel Isles. The guide contains chapters on the history of viticulture in the UK, the current situation, vine varieties and... More > the details of 450 vineyards. It is the ONLY comphrehensive guide to UK vineyards.< Less
Wine Growing in Great Britain By Stephen Skelton MW
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Wine Growing in Great Britain is an A to Z of growing grapes for wine production in the UK and other cool climates. For anyone contemplating planting and establishing a vineyard and for those already... More > growing vines on a small scale who perhaps wish to expand their vineyards and improve their winegrowing skills, it will be an invaluable guide. It will also be of interest to students of viticulture and wine studies. The book covers not only the viticultural tasks involved in setting up, establishing and managing a vineyard, but also, uniquely, covers the financial aspects of cool climate wine growing: the costs of land, vineyard establishment and management, and the income from both grape and wine sales.< Less
Perolds Papers Vol I By A I Perold, Peter F May
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This volume contains the full unabridged text of seventeen previously long out of print articles written or co-written in English and Afrikaans by A I Perold between 1903 and 1923. Abraham Izak... More > Perold (1880 –1941) has a good claim to being the father of not only the modern South African wine industry but also those of brandy and table grapes Dr Perold wrote more than eighty pamphlets and articles published in English and Afrikaans between 1906 and 1940. These cover topics as varied as a history of grape growing and wine in South Africa, making brandy and grape syrup, laying out vineyards, manuring them, pruning vines, training farmers, the suitability of various rootstocks, yeasts and volatile acidity.< Less
Vine varieties, clones and rootstocks for UK vineyards By Stephen Skelton MW
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VINE VARIETIES, CLONES AND ROOTSTOCKS FOR UK VINEYARDS is "a guide to the varieties of grape vine, clones and rootstocks suitable for wine production in Great Britain and other cool... More > climates". It contains reccomendations for vine varieties for different types of wine, clones for sparkling wine and rootstocks suitable for the UK. PLEASE NOTE: THIS BOOK HAS THE SAME CONTENT AS CHAPTER FOUR OF "Wine Growing in Great Britain".< Less