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Online Posts and Articles on the History of Wine: #3


Buena Vista Vineyard, Sonoma, Disgorging the Sediment and Re-corking Sparkling Wines. Muggeridge, Edward James. ca. 1867-1880.  Sun SITE. The Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Buena Vista Vineyard, Sonoma, Disgorging the Sediment and Re-corking Sparkling Wines. Muggeridge, Edward James. ca. 1867-1880. Sun SITE. The Library, University of California, Berkeley.

September has closed which means it is time for the third blog carnival focused on the History of Wine.  There is much to be learned from the articles linked to in this post.  I was particularly surprised to read at Conciatore that wine dregs were used in glassmaking.  Top articles continue to come from both Wine Terroirs and Lars Carlberg.  If historic images are you interest then you must check out the bulletin board at La Passion du Vin.  Please help support and encourage research into the History of Wine by sharing this post. Until the end of October you may find more history of wine at:

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Posts and Articles

The Academic Wino: The History of Sulfite Use in Wine: Guest Post by Emily Kate

The Academic Wino: Who’s Your Daddy?: Carménère

Conciatore: Neri’s Cabinet #4

Drink What You Like: Exploring Virginia’s Viticulture History — Post-Jefferson, Pre-Furnace, Zonin, and Rausse : Monticello Wine Company (1873 – 1916), (2013 – Present)

East Coast Wineries: THE BOOK ON BROTHERHOOD WINERY – 175 YEARS OF AMERICA’S OLDEST WINERY!

Grape Collective: #FLASHBACKFRIDAY: THE SEASONAL DRINKS OF ANCIENT ROME

Grape Collective: #FLASHBACKFRIDAY: WINE ACCESSORIES, NEW TREND OR EVOLVED TRADITION?

Hogshead Wine: Table of the principal known Wines, and of the Quality of Alcohol in Wines (1826).

Hogshead Wine: “As will make it pretty thick”: A quick look at wine and dung

Hogshead Wine: Franconian wine, hipster juice since the 19th century

Hogshead Wine: “French Supersubmarine Is More Deadly Than Cruiser” and It Even Carried Wine

Israeli Antiquities Authority: An Impressive Compound from the Byzantine Period Containing a Large Oil Press, Wine Press and Mosaics was Exposed in Bet Shemesh

Lars Carlberg: Saar und Mosel Map, 1868 (Second Edition)

Lars Carlberg: 1971 (continued)

Lars Carlberg: 1971

Lodi Wine: A History of Lodi winegrowing, Part 1.

Lodi Wine: A History of Lodi winegrowing, Part 2.

Palate Press: Wine in the aftermath of the “Great Quake”

La Passion du Vin: Le vin et son histoire par les cartes postales anciennes.

Spitalfields Life: Seventeenth Century Finds From Shoreditch

Stuart George: The Last of Silesia: Barossa Settlers

Vine Pair: 4 OF THE COOLEST PLACES ON THE NATIONAL REGISTER OF HISTORIC PLACES IN NAPA AND SONOMA

Vine Pair: 16 PICTURES THAT SHOW HOW WE MADE, SOLD & DRANK WINE OVER 100 YEARS AGO

Wine As Was: Back to the terroir – Lambrusco re-booted

Wine Hog: Cros Parantoux – the sweet spot of Richebourg

Wine Terroirs: Fluolite, an insecticide from 1938

Images

Hogshead Wine: Historic Images for September

Videos

History of Wine: History of Wine Closures

History of Wine and Law: Piracy and Shipwrecks

History of Wine and Law: Labor and Operating Costs

History of Wine and Law: Shipping and Taxation

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