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1. The wine Bible [2015]

Book
xii, 996 pages : illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 23 cm
A lively course from an expert teacher, The Wine Bible grounds the reader deeply in the fundamentals while layering on informative asides, tips, amusing anecdotes, definitions, glossaries, photos (all new for this edition), maps, labels, and recommended bottles. Karen MacNeil's information comes directly through primary research; for this second edition she has tasted more than 10,000 wines and visited dozens of wine regions around the world. New to the book are wines of China, Japan, Mexico, and Slovenia. And through it all the reader becomes ever more informed: How to taste with focus and build a wine-tasting memory. Understand the subtle interplay of variety, vineyard, and vintner. What makes a great wine great? How oak affects flavour. The reason behind Champagne's bubbles. And, because of the author's unique voice, always entertained: "In great years Petrus is ravishing, elegant, and rich - lngrid Bergman in red satin." Or, describing a Riesling: "A laser beam. A sheet of ice. A great crackling bolt of lightning.".
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780761180838 20160619
Business Library
GSBGEN-518-01

2. The wine bible [2015]

Book
1 online resource.
  • Mastering wine
  • France
  • Italy
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Portugal
  • Germany
  • Austria
  • Switzerland
  • Hungary
  • Republic of Georgia
  • Greece
  • The United States
  • Mexico
  • Canada
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Chile
  • Argentina
  • South Africa
  • Asia
  • Wine Laws
  • Glossaries
  • The 1855 classification of Bordeaux
  • The doggs of Italy.
ProQuest Ebook Central Access limited to one user.
Business Library
GSBGEN-518-01
Book
xvi, 350 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • List of Illustrations List of Tables Preface Acknowledgments Introduction 1. The Economic Approach to the Study of Wine 2. The Wine Product 3. Wine Sensory Characteristics 4. Grape Growing 5. Grape Markets and Supply Cycles 6. Wine Production 7. Bulk Wine, Private-Label Wine, and Wine Alcohol 8. Wine Distribution and Government Regulation 9. The Wine Firm 10. Wine-Firm Behavior 11. The Wine Consumer and Demand 12. The Wine Consumer, Quality, and Price 13. The Globalization of Wine Conclusion Notes References Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780520276499 20160612
The U.S. wine industry is growing rapidly and wine consumption is an increasingly important part of American culture. American Wine Economics is intended for students of economics, wine professionals, and general readers who seek to gain a unified and systematic understanding of the economic organization of the wine trade. The wine industry possesses unique characteristics that make it interesting to study from an economic perspective. This volume delivers up-to-date information about complex attributes of wine; grape growing, wine production, and wine distribution activities; wine firms and consumers; grape and wine markets; and wine globalization. Thornton employs economic principles to explain how grape growers, wine producers, distributors, retailers, and consumers interact and influence the wine market. The volume includes a summary of findings and presents insights from the growing body of studies related to wine economics. Economic concepts, supplemented by numerous examples and anecdotes, are used to gain insight into wine firm behavior and the importance of contractual arrangements in the industry. Thornton also provides a detailed analysis of wine consumer behavior and what studies reveal about the factors that dictate wine-buying decisions.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780520276499 20160612
Green Library, Stanford Libraries
GSBGEN-518-01
Book
xvi, 350 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • List of Illustrations List of Tables Preface Acknowledgments Introduction 1. The Economic Approach to the Study of Wine 2. The Wine Product 3. Wine Sensory Characteristics 4. Grape Growing 5. Grape Markets and Supply Cycles 6. Wine Production 7. Bulk Wine, Private-Label Wine, and Wine Alcohol 8. Wine Distribution and Government Regulation 9. The Wine Firm 10. Wine-Firm Behavior 11. The Wine Consumer and Demand 12. The Wine Consumer, Quality, and Price 13. The Globalization of Wine Conclusion Notes References Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780520276499 20161213
The U.S. wine industry is growing rapidly and wine consumption is an increasingly important part of American culture. American Wine Economics is intended for students of economics, wine professionals, and general readers who seek to gain a unified and systematic understanding of the economic organization of the wine trade. The wine industry possesses unique characteristics that make it interesting to study from an economic perspective. This volume delivers up-to-date information about complex attributes of wine; grape growing, wine production, and wine distribution activities; wine firms and consumers; grape and wine markets; and wine globalization. Thornton employs economic principles to explain how grape growers, wine producers, distributors, retailers, and consumers interact and influence the wine market. The volume includes a summary of findings and presents insights from the growing body of studies related to wine economics. Economic concepts, supplemented by numerous examples and anecdotes, are used to gain insight into wine firm behavior and the importance of contractual arrangements in the industry. Thornton also provides a detailed analysis of wine consumer behavior and what studies reveal about the factors that dictate wine-buying decisions.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780520276499 20161213
Business Library
GSBGEN-518-01, GSBGEN-356-01