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At Home In The Vineyard


At Home In The Vineyard
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Author : Susan Sokol Blosser
language : en
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Release Date : 2008-05-07



At Home In The Vineyard written by Susan Sokol Blosser and has been published by Univ of California Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2008-05-07 with Biography & Autobiography categories.


"Just like the complex Pinot Noir crafted by Sokol Blosser, Susan's life story is layered and rich. Recounting her journey with passion and humor, we share in the professional challenges Susan faced as an Oregon wine industry pioneer, as well as the personal rewards of raising a family and finding self-fulfillment. Even if you're not a wine lover, you will love reading this touching memoir."—Leslie Sbrocco, author of Wine for Women: A Guide to Buying, Pairing, and Sharing Wine "At last, an intelligent, literate, first-hand observation of the beginnings of the Oregon wine industry. Susan Sokol Blosser was there when we were no more than a handful of families with naïve dreams and very dirty boots. Not only does At Home in the Vineyard capture those early experiences with exuberant detail and humor, but it also provides insight into her family's private challenges of managing vineyards and a successful winery."—David Adelsheim, President, Adelsheim Vineyard "This is a coming-of-age story of a wine region and of a woman. It is about finding and following your destiny, but also shaping it yourself. It is about using every success and setback to fuel your own energy, to do the right thing, and to feed your heart. How could this book be both deeply inspiring and funny? Well, that is Susan Sokol Blosser."—Andrea (Immer) Robinson, Master Sommelier and author, Andrea's Complete Wine Course for Everyone

A Vineyard In Tuscany


A Vineyard In Tuscany
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Author : Ferenc Máté
language : en
Publisher: Albatross
Release Date : 2008



A Vineyard In Tuscany written by Ferenc Máté and has been published by Albatross this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2008 with Biography & Autobiography categories.


Shares the whimsical story of how two enterprising New Yorkers converted an ancient farm into a renowned winery, a labor of love during which they struggled to plant fifteen acres of vines while drawing on the wisdom of famous vintner neighbors. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.

The Vineyard In The Hills


The Vineyard In The Hills
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Author : Lily Malone
language : en
Publisher: HarperCollins Australia
Release Date : 2015-10-01



The Vineyard In The Hills written by Lily Malone and has been published by HarperCollins Australia this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2015-10-01 with Fiction categories.


A new Australian rural romance about a millionaire wine tycoon, the woman he betrayed and the second chance neither was looking for... When she cut her viticulture degree short and moved home, Remy wasn't thinking about anything more than making the next dollar for her pocket. Working two jobs to keep food on the table and a loan shark from the door, Remy and her mother slowly build a new life together. Then a freak storm tears through the Margaret River Wine Festival – and Seth Lasrey tears through Remy's life. Seth is old money. She is no money. He's the boss. She's his employee. He is society connections and expectations. She is threats and bad decisions and lost dreams. They seem to be so wrong they can only be right – until a costly mistake and a timely deception drives them apart. Remy picks up the pieces of her life and begins anew. The last thing she expects is Seth to show up in her small town in South Australia, bringing with him memories that she can't escape and a damaged heart that she's not sure she can resist.

California S Central Coast The Ultimate Winery Guide


California S Central Coast The Ultimate Winery Guide
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Author : Mira Advani Honeycutt
language : en
Publisher: Chronicle Books
Release Date : 2007-05-10



California S Central Coast The Ultimate Winery Guide written by Mira Advani Honeycutt and has been published by Chronicle Books this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2007-05-10 with Cooking categories.


Ranging from Santa Barbara to Paso Robles, a colorful guide to the wineries of the central coast of California offers a lively look at winemaking and the history of the region, along with suggestions for places to visit, detailed profiles of wineries, directions and visiting hours, local landmarks, and full color photography. Original.

Secrets In The Vines


Secrets In The Vines
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Author : Jane Golden
language : en
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Release Date : 2014-10-28



Secrets In The Vines written by Jane Golden and has been published by Xlibris Corporation this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2014-10-28 with Fiction categories.


Jeni, the wife of a recently appointed diplomat, enjoys cultural intrigue and lasting friendships when she joins the exotic International Ladies of Bucharest. But when Jeni volunteers to help one of those friends solve a mystery on an old family vineyard, she learns that trips to Romania's wine country can be deadly. Two murders, with Jeni caught in the middle, have the police pointing fingers the wrong way. Jeni must fight against the clock to solve the mystery before she is arrested or, worse, becomes the true murderer's next victim. Praise For Secrets in the Vines… From CLARION REVIEW: "Golden's first-hand knowledge of Romania is fascinating." FROM BLUEINK REVIEW: "Nothing makes an overworked genre like mystery seem quite so fresh as a story set in an exotic locale. SECRETS IN THE VINES takes this theory to heart, offering up a murder mystery set in the wine country surrounding Romania. It's a winning formula." "Author Jane Golden drew on her own time in Bucharest to set up this tale, and it pays off nicely. Observations about the life of a foreigner trying to make sense of a new culture are spot-on and often funny; thoughts about parking customs and the laconic pace of government reflect an outsider's tendency to compare things to life at home, while also taking us deeper into the atmosphere. The mystery is gripping, but it's the setting that steals the show." The review concludes with this about SECRETS IN THE VINES: It has a "terrific pacing and a plot that ends well." Better yet, the reviewer states that "we're left wanting more of this juicy escapism." FROM KIRKUS REVIEWS: "An engaging mystery that turns the classic expatriate dream on its head." FROM Marian Petrutza, President of the Romanian-American Press Association: "The perfect vacation book....Colorful, entertaining, and beautifully written."

Gold In The Vineyards


Gold In The Vineyards
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Author : Laura Catena
language : en
Publisher: Catapulta Editores
Release Date : 2020-03-10



Gold In The Vineyards written by Laura Catena and has been published by Catapulta Editores this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2020-03-10 with Cooking categories.


Informed by wine insider and fourth generation vintner Dr. Laura Catena, Gold in the Vineyards highlights the true stories of love, family, betrayal and war at the origin of twelve of the New and Old World's most famous vineyards. Detailed maps, infographics and stylish illustrations allow the reader to journey through wine history and into the details of vineyard soil and climate - what winemakers call terroir - in order to understand what is at the birth of any great wine. Organized by country and producer, each chapter tells the story of a wine and finishes with maps of the region, vineyard, and illustrated factoids about the wine's rise to fame. Start off meeting the Rothschild family, prisoners of war and world-famous bankers behind the "First of Firsts," Château Lafite Rothschild. Learn why a bottle of the 1787 vintage was sold for $160,000 US dollars or why the Maréchal de Richelieu was convinced that drinking Château Lafite was the secret to eternal youth. Head down to Italy to meet the Antinori family, for the first time, under female leadership since making wine for 26 generations. Learn about the connection between the Antinoris and the Medicis, through the story of the murderous Pietro de Medici. Learn about the French wine classification system and Château d'Yquem, the only Premier Cru Superieur, a wine made from what the French call pourriture noble or noble rot, and whose grapes are harvested only by women. Travel to Spain to meet María José Lépez de Heredia of Viña Tondonia, whose family is known for ageing their wine in barrel for 10-20 years, longer than most, and for refusing to adopt new technologies in their vineyards and winery. Get introduced to Bill Harlan, an adventurer and real estate mogul mentored by Robert Mondavi, who has a 200-year plan to make a Grand Cru and create a European-style wine dynasty in America. Travel back to the 18th Century and witness the fight between a Prince and a Marquise, for the ownership of the exquisite Domaine de la Romanée-Conti. Meet current owner Aubert de Villaine, who spearheaded the effort to turn the Burgundy wine region into a World Heritage Site. Hike the hills of the Mosel in Germany, and understand why its slate soils yield some of the most age-worthy wines in the world from the Riesling variety, born in the Middle Ages. Understand biodynamic winemaking through the eyes of the late Anne-Claude Leflaive, who inspired generations of winemakers around the world to stop using pesticides in their vineyards. Experience the magic from the old vines of the Henschke family, who fled religious persecution in Prussia, and founded Australia's most celebrated vineyard, Hill of Grace. Defy the norms with rule-breaking Italian winemaker Angelo Gaja and his daughter Gaia Gaja, known for bringing about the renaissance of Italy's Barolo region and the Nebbiolo variety. Dive into the dream of a farmer boy Etienne Guigal, who grew up wanting to make wine as a child, and through hard work and fanatical devotion to winemaking created one of France's most collected wines in the Rhône Valley's terraced vineyards. Finish with the story of Dr. Laura Catena's family, Italian immigrants to Argentina, who discovered a magical new place for wine at high altitude in the Andes mountains, and made the Malbec variety famous around the world.

The Wines Of Hungary


The Wines Of Hungary
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Author : Alex Liddell
language : en
Publisher: Octopus Books
Release Date : 2003-02-13



The Wines Of Hungary written by Alex Liddell and has been published by Octopus Books this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2003-02-13 with Cooking categories.


This reference to the 22 wine regions of Hungary shows how this country, with its once-proud wine tradition, reinvented itself after 45 years of communism, during which time the entire structure of grape growing and wine production was changed out of recognition. The author details how Hungary's re-adjustment, which still continues, has progressed through privatization, foreign investment and the dedication of small producers struggling to achieve quality standards in the face of a chronic lack of capital. He covers over 300 wine producers, not only from the famous regions like Tokaj and Villany, where significant progress has been made, but also from the lesser-known and as yet underdeveloped regions that suggest the potential to make world-class wines. There are detailed profiles of the leading producers, with assessments of their wines, plus maps detailing the key wine areas.