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by Philip M. Wagner

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ISBN:
093266492X
Author:
Philip M. Wagner
Category:
Beverages & Wine
Language:
English
Publisher:
Board and Bench Publishing; 3rd edition (May 1, 1999)
Pages:
240 pages
EPUB book:
1524 kb
FB2 book:
1564 kb
DJVU:
1440 kb
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Rating:
4.9
Votes:
846


Philip M. Wagner এর লেখা Wine-Growers Guide - ইবুক। আপনার PC, android, iOS ডিভাইসে Google Play বই অ্যাপ ব্যবহার . Philip M. Wagner was a wine grower and the founder of Boordy Vineyards, Maryland's best-known winery.

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A Wine-Growers Guide book. Back by popular demand, this guide to grape cultivation covers everything from establishing a vineyard to vine ailments. Suitable for both amateur and commercial growers, it considers viticulture conditions throughout North America.

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A wine-grower's guide. A wine-grower's guide. by. Wagner, Philip M. (Philip Marshall), 1904-1996. Viticulture, Wine and wine making, Viticulture, Wine and wine making, VITIVINICULTURA.

An amateur wine maker and grape grower during Prohibition, Mr. Wagner . At their peak, the Wagners were making about 8,000 gallons of wine a year. Philip Marshall Wagner was born in New Haven, and grew up in Ann Arbor, Mich. Wagner found that the California and European grape vinifera varieties he preferred perished in the high Eastern climate. And, since he disliked the taste of wine made from native American labrusca varieties like Concord and Delaware, he switched to the hybrids. 'They could have sold 20 times as much,'' Mr. Adams wrote.

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Back by popular demand, this guide to grape cultivation covers everything from establishing a vineyard to vine ailments. Suitable for both amateur and commercial growers, it considers viticulture conditions throughout North America.
  • Thohelm
Some good general information useful to anyone interested in growing wine grapes although a little dated. Drawings are very well done and are informative, however photos are black and white, very grainy and essentially useless.

Slanted more towards growing in California as opposed to eastern cultivation. Limited discussion of hybrids and considering age of text, there is nothing about most recent developments by University of Minnesota, Cornell or other institutions regarding cold hardy hybrids.
  • Chuynopana
Hard read
  • Olwado
Phillip was a pioneer in growing French Hybrid grapes, and responsible for their proliferation today. His book is still the most comprehensive guide to growing on the East coast from Maine to Florida, and I shall use it forever in my own vineyard practices. Thank You
  • White_Nigga
I recently published Creating World Class Red Wine, a hands on viticulture and winemaking book based on a top down study of how the finest wines in the world are made.
I have a copy of A Wine-Growers Guide I got somewhere. It was originally published in 1945, so I consider it to be kind of a viticultural history book. The author was a contemporary and friend of legends like Frank Schoonmaker and Dr. Maynard Amerine. It was written in an era when the professors were saying, "I wonder if we can grow Cabernet Sauvignon here?" In Washington State Dr. Walter Clore (bless him) spent his entire career dancing around that question. Finally, the Columbia boys from UW just went over and planted some.
Still, this book contains valuable info and is clearly expressed. Once in a while I pull it down and look at all of the cool old hand drawings.
  • Jogas
This is an entry level book with lots of practical information. If you are considering starting a vineyard (even a few vines)this book is worth the money. Be sure and read it BEFORE you buy & plant...it may keep you from making rookie mistakes.