A series of lab books in an easy-to-use format for wineries.

Monitoring the Winemaking Process from Grapes to Wine
Techniques & Concepts (2nd edition)

120 pages

By: P. Iland, N. Bruer, A. Ewart, A. Markides & J. Sitters

Book Summary

Concepts, tests and techniques used by winemakers throughout the winemaking process for wine style and quality control.

Winery Planning & Design
Edition 17 Now Available

1,500+ pages

By: Bruce Zoecklein, Professor Emeritus

Book Summary

This title is available on digital flash drive only

More than 1,500 pages, this authoritative reference includes business planning, permitting, public relations, design, utilities, caves, equipment, electrical, refrigeration, water and sanitation, HACCP, production, bottling and environmental impact/sustainability issues when building or updating a winery facility. Includes winery case studies.


112 pages

By: Geoffrey Schahinger, Bryce Rankine

Book Summary

Revised edition of manual about construction, maintenance, and use of oak barrels.


107 pages

By: Magarey, MacGregor, Wachtel, & Kelly

Book Summary

A sturdy, laminated, pocket-sized guide, containing more than 350 full-color photographs accompanied by short, easily-read descriptions of most diseases, pests, and disorders found in the vineyard. A companion to Diseases & Pests (see listing above), contains cross-references to the larger publication, but stands alone as an easy-to-use field guide.


120 pages

By: M.R. Dharmadhikari, K.L. Wilker

Book Summary

A practical guide for home winemakers, commercial small-scale producers, and large wineries making small, experimental lots of table wine.


320 pages

By: Patrick Iland, Peter Dry, Tony Proffitt, Steve Tyerman

Book Summary

The Grapevine: from the science to the practice of growing vines for wine— explores the links between the scientific principles and the practice of viticulture. It contains 320 full-colour pages of viticulture theory and practices, research and practical case studies and 290 coloured diagrams/photographs and 74 tables.


211 pages

By: B.G. Coombe & P.R. Dry

Book Summary

Resources in Australia but with worldwide application. Soils, climates, grapevine classifications, grape varieties, phenology, rootstocks, planting material, vineyard site selection, and grape berry development are discussed.


279 pages

By: John Gladstones

Book Summary

An eagerly anticipated successor to Viticulture and Environment. A scientific analysis of the climatic factors affecting wine grape production. It provides a reasoned basis for the term 'terroir', and examines how future climate change may alter current thinking about viticulture and winemaking. Dr John Gladstones is an internationally recognised authority on climate and viticulture.


350 pages

By: Hudson Cattell

Book Summary

This book presents a comprehensive history of the growth of the industry in the East from Prohibition to today. Multiple appendixes include the origin of grapes used for wine in the East, the crosses used in developing the French hybrids and other varieties, how the grapes were named, and the types of wines made in the East and when.

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