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Knowing and Making Wine

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Product description

A veritable digest of enology, Knowing and Making Wine deals with all aspects--both practical and theoretical--of wine-science. Conceived as a handbook not only for the student but also for the practising enologist confronted with day-to-day problems, Knowing and Making Wine gives each an opportunity to solve particular cases which arise, and guides the practitioner where there may be several possible solutions. Translated from the French by Alan Spencer. Used hardback in near fine condition with dust jacket in near fine condition. Book has very minor signs of shelf wear to boards. Edges of text block are darkened and spotted. Internally, the book is clean throughout with tight binding. The d/j (unclipped) has slight bumping to the head and tail of the spine and slight darkening to the upper and lower edges

Item details

Author(s):
Peynaud, E.
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
1984
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
047188149X
ISBN-13:
9780471881490
Number of pages:
391
Publisher:
J. Wiley
Title:
Knowing and Making Wine

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A veritable digest of enology, Knowing and Making Wine deals with all aspects--both practical and theoretical--of wine-science. Conceived as a handbook not only for the student but also for the practising enologist confronted with day-to-day problems, Knowing and Making Wine gives each an opportunity to solve particular cases which arise, and guides the practitioner where there may be several possible solutions. Translated from the French by Alan Spencer. Used hardback in near fine condition with dust jacket in near fine condition. Book has very minor signs of shelf wear to boards. Edges of text block are darkened and spotted. Internally, the book is clean throughout with tight binding. The d/j (unclipped) has slight bumping to the head and tail of the spine and slight darkening to the upper and lower edges

Author(s):
Peynaud, E.
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
1984
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
047188149X
ISBN-13:
9780471881490
Number of pages:
391
Publisher:
J. Wiley
Title:
Knowing and Making Wine

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