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Wine Science

Principles and Applications (Food Science and Technology International)

by Ron S. Jackson

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Published by Academic Pr .
Written in English


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Number of Pages592
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Open LibraryOL7327590M
ISBN 100123790603
ISBN 109780123790606


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Wine Science: The Basics of Grape Growing and Wine Making While Wine Science is best described as a textbook on wine, it is remarkably easy to read. A lot of readers may want to start at the beginning of the book, the section that covers grape growing and vine diseases, and progress in a linear fashion towards winemaking.

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