Modern Winemaking

Here is a practical, comprehensive guide to winemaking, wines, and wine appreciation, written by an expert uniquely qualified by many years of experience in the field.

Modern Winemaking

Author: Philip Jackisch

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 150172181X

Page: 288

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Here is a practical, comprehensive guide to winemaking, wines, and wine appreciation, written by an expert uniquely qualified by many years of experience in the field. Looking at winemaking as a craft as well as an art, Philip Jackisch augments a wealth of information and theory with many detailed examples. "It is now possible for anyone with access to grapes or other ingredients of decent quality to make consistently palatable or even excellent wines," he writes. In clear language aimed at the amateur winemaker, Jackisch explains the science behind wine and its application to winemaking. At the same time, he includes important material for commercial winemakers. Jackisch covers each step in the process of winemaking, from growing or purchasing grapes; choosing equipment; fermenting, aging, and storing the wine; to keeping records. By exploring in detail the various factors that affect wine quality, he shows which elements in wine production can be controlled to achieve certain sensory results. Among the other subjects he discusses arc specific types of wine, ways of evaluating wine, common problems in cellar operations and how to prevent or correct them, and wine competitions. Five appendixes supply additional technical information. Since 1985, Modem Winemaking has proven invaluable for winemakers, both commercial and amateur, for wine educators and students, and indeed, for anyone who wants to know more about wine.

Postmodern Winemaking

His lively exploration of the facets of postmodern winemaking, together with profiles of some of its practitioners, is both entertaining and enlightening. "I love this book: it’s brave, provocative, and fun.

Postmodern Winemaking

Author: Clark Smith

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 0520282590

Page: 368

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In Postmodern Winemaking, Clark Smith shares the extensive knowledge he has accumulated in engaging, humorous, and erudite essays that convey a new vision of the winemaker's craft--one that credits the crucial roles played by both science and art in the winemaking process. Smith, a leading innovator in red wine production techniques, explains how traditional enological education has led many winemakers astray--enabling them to create competent, consistent wines while putting exceptional wines of structure and mystery beyond their grasp. Great wines, he claims, demand a personal and creative engagement with many elements of the process. His lively exploration of the facets of postmodern winemaking, together with profiles of some of its practitioners, is both entertaining and enlightening.

Modern Home Winemaking

Making wine is not only about fermenting juice into wine; this book details the many other processes involved in making outstanding wine--wines that will win medals at competitions.

Modern Home Winemaking

Author: Daniel Pambianchi

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781550655636

Page: 200

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Modern Home Winemaking: A Guide to Making Consistently Great Wines is a how-to book for aspiring and serious hobbyists wanting to take their winemaking to a whole new level. Modern Home Winemaking describes the process of making flawless wine, consistently, from crush to bottle using modern techniques and the latest products. Making wine is not only about fermenting juice into wine; this book details the many other processes involved in making outstanding wine--wines that will win medals at competitions.

Techniques in Home Winemaking

Emile Peynaud has been unquestionably the leading authoritative research
ænologist and teacher of modern winemaking . In spite of its very technical
content , this scholarly book is still indispensable and should be part of any
winemaker ' s ...

Techniques in Home Winemaking

Author: Daniel Pambianchi

Publisher: Vehicule Press

ISBN:

Page: 294

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For the first time in one book, Techniques in Home Wine Making provides detailed instructions for producing premium-quality home-made wines - wines that will impress even the most astute connoisseurs. Daniel Pambianchi demystifies the principles of winemaking, for both beginner and advanced home winemakers, with thorough, step-by-step descriptions and realistic advice. By using practical techniques, processes, and equipment adapted from traditional and modern commercial winemaking, excellent age-worthy wines can be made at home. Easy-to-follow instructions are also provided for making impressive sparkling wine (including using the traditional méthod champenoise process), vintage-style port wine, and the now world-famous ice wine. In this new edition of Techniques in Home Winemaking, author Daniel Pambianchi has completely updated all aspects of his indispensable book and has added an additional 30 pages. Expanded sections describe the instruments and procedures for monitoring and controlling acid, pH and sulphite levels; introduces newly-available winemaking equipment; provides step-by-step instructions for making world-class sparkling wines; discusses winemaking problems; and includes numerous new pictures and diagrams. "There's in-depth detail here that I have previously seen only in professional texts: the inside scoop on alcoholic fermentation; on fining and filtration; on the malolactic fermentation; on the care and maintenance of oak barrels; on avoiding and treating winemaking problems; and on the making of sparkling port and ice wines. I just wish Daniel Pambianchi's book was available when I was just starting out as a winemaker ... it could have saved me a lot of trial and error along the way! --Thomas Bachelder Thomas Bachelder is currently a winemaker at Lemelson Winery in Oregon, and he has made wine for several different Domaines in Burgundy, France. He is the author of five books on wine, and is a regular columnist for Wine Tidings Magazine.

Principles and Practices of Winemaking

Modern Winemaking . Ithaca , NY : likely to exceed the flammability limit on the
Cornell University Press . too rich side at least within its container . As it
JACKSON , D . , and D . SCHUSTER . 1987 . The Production escapes into open
air it could ...

Principles and Practices of Winemaking

Author: Roger B. Boulton

Publisher: Springer

ISBN:

Page: 604

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This essential text and reference offers a complete guide to winemaking. The authors, all well-known experts in their field, concentrate on the process of wine production, stressing the chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology and underlying science of enology. They present in-depth discussion of every aspect of the wine production process, from the selection of grapes and preparation of the must and the juice, through aging, bottling and storage of finished wines. Novices and experienced winemakers alike will find this clearly written and expertly crafted book an indispensable source of practical instruction and information.

Use of Gases in Winemaking

The first consideration for the modern winemaker therefore , is the properties of
the various gases ( see Table 1 ) . From these , some basic decisions can be
made , and procedures set in place . Nitrogen Carbon dioxide Argon Molecular ...

Use of Gases in Winemaking

Author: Malcolm S. Allen

Publisher:

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Page: 64

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Australian Viticulture

This observation may seem simplistic , but there are many instances of poor
planting decisions , where grapes are not fit for the use for which they are
intended . Modern winemaking technology can manipulate grapes towards
different styles ...

Australian Viticulture

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The Australian New Zealand Grapegrower Winemaker

Words such as “ throughput , production bottlenecks ' or ' efficiency'may drive the
modern winemaking discourse , yet at the heart of winemakers ' focus it is
interesting to note that whether you want to be a Giaconda , a Yalumba or have a
 ...

The Australian   New Zealand Grapegrower   Winemaker

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Wine International

MODERN WINEMAKING Robert Parker ( far left ) and Michel Rolland ( left ) are
billed as the villains in Jonathan Nossiter's film Mondovino , seen to oppose the
traditional , hands - on approach to winemaking in favour of modern treatments ...

Wine International

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Winemaker

In contrast , modern plant biology holds that photosynthesis fuels the creation of
flavor compounds inside the grape berries ... Contemporary winemaking , with its
imposing battery of extraction techniques , enzymes , yeast options , tannin ...

Winemaker

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The Vintage Magazine Consumer Guide to Wine

This can be " fine - tuned " by the winemaker ... Tasting is essential - many
winemakers taste each of their wines at least once a day during crucial periods .
Thus , he can make ... Thus , winemakers act rather than react in modern
winemaking .

The Vintage Magazine Consumer Guide to Wine

Author: Philip Seldon

Publisher: Olympic Marketing Corporation

ISBN:

Page: 402

View: 142

Decanter

And despite difficulties in the market , investment and a new approach to
winemaking have ushered Above : Château Belle - Vue's original vineyard was
replanted in the 1980s , with the 1996 vintage the first in its new , modern style in
a good ...

Decanter

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The Australian Grapegrower Winemaker

Accommodation in a modern , air - conditioned , 4 - bedroom home with attractive
grounds , is available if the applicant requires . Naracoorte school bus passes the
property . An attractive salary package will be offered to the successful person ...

The Australian Grapegrower   Winemaker

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Starting a Winery in Illinois

Modern Winemaking ” , 1985 . Cornell University Press . Aiming at the amateur
winemaker , Jackisch discusses grapes , wine composition , equipment and
materials , microorganisms , and fermentation . Available at most major
bookstores .

Starting a Winery in Illinois

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Page: 74

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Practical Winery

The commercial winemaker of the 1960s and early 1970s , therefore , usually got
his Zinfandel in accordance with the growers ' customary harvest date – a date
when the grapes were well past what modern winemaking practices would call ...

Practical Winery

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American Wine Society Journal

When the switch was made from making simple , fortified wines to complex
varietals , our winemakers had to adopt and master a whole new set of
winemaking methods . Stainless steel is a large part of any modern winemaking
operation , but ...

American Wine Society Journal

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