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Online Posts and Articles on the History of Wine: #6


Die Anlage der Domane Avelsbach bei Trier. [1]

Die Anlage der Domane Avelsbach bei Trier. [1]

History of posts were a bit scarce over the winter holidays (both on my site and others) so I have combined links for December 2014 and January 2015 into one list.  I think this still reveals a pleasing variety of posts.  Please help support and encourage research into the History of Wine by sharing this post and contributing links from around the world. Until the end of February you may find more history of wine at:

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Posts and Articles

The Appendix: Blurred Forms: An Unsteady History of Drunkenness

Berry Bros & Rudd: The wine of kings, the king of wines

Conciatore: Mirror, Mirror, on the Wall

Decanter: Sir Winston Churchill on wine

The Drink’s Business: COCKBURN’S CELEBRATES 200TH BIRTHDAY

Elizabeth Gabay MW: Christmas in Provence: Vin Cuit and the 13 Desserts

Hogshead Wine: Diagram of the “Experiment Vineyard” at College Park, Maryland

Hogshead Wine: “not a drop of the wine so called was ever in the province of Burgundy”: An account of the wines from the cellar of Lord George Sackville during 1751

Hogshead Wine: “Thanks for the genteel present”: John Adam’s receipt of two cases of Constantia wine in 1788

Hogshead Wine: “send me…six dozen best Bourdeaux red wine”: When Pichon Longueville came to America

Hogshead Wine: Charles Walter Berry’s comments on Avelsbach vineyard

Hogshead Wine: “That we may know the relative value of their own manufacture”: The spread of the 100-point wine scale in late 19th century America

Hogshead Wine: “Assuming 100 to be the standard for best”: The 100-point wine scale predates Robert Parker’s by 125 years

Hogshead Wine: “A great field is open for the wine-grower in the vicinity of Washington”: The brief success of Azadia Vineyard in Washington, DC 1863-1869

Hogshead Wine: When vineyards were just miles from the U.S. Capitol: The wine houses of Washington, DC, 1880-1910

Hogshead Wine: Mr. Madison’s Madeira

Licores Reyes : “Fiesta campestre” (1647), de David Teniers

Licores Reyes : “Comiendo ostras” (1665-1669), de Jacob Lucasz Ochtervelt

Licores Reyes : “Viejo castellano vertiendo vino” (1907), de Joaquín Sorolla

Licores Reyes : “Después de la fiesta” (1979), de Andy Warhol

Licores Reyes : “Merienda vasca en Ondárroa” (1918-1919), de Juan de Echevarría

Licores Reyes : “Del saqueo de Roma” (1887), de Francisco Javier Amérigo y Aparici

Mail & Guardian: Joanne Gibson’s Drink a toast to the rich Creole heritage of the Cape’s wines

the many-headed monster: Alehouse Characters #4: The Good Fellowette

NPR: What Would Jesus Drink? A Class Exploring Ancient Wines Asks

The Patriot News: Md. old-guard winemakers enjoy another chance to sample ‘historical curiosities’

Spitalfields Life: Elegy For The White Hart

Vine Pair: THE BRITISH PARADOX: HOW A COLD, RAINY ISLAND INVENTED MODERN WINE

Vine Pair: LEGENDS & MYTH: THE HISTORY OF CHAMPAGNE SABERING

Vine Pair: 5 OF THE WORLD’S OLDEST WINE BARS

The Washington Post: A taste test of old Maryland wines

Wine As Was: Champagne on tap – Pommery style

Wine Hog: Terroir Insight: Domaine Cathiard Aux Malconsorts

Wine Hog: Vosne-Romanee Aux Reignots – a fragmented delight

Wine – Searcher: New Home for 500-Year-Old Wine

Wine Terroirs: The deep roots of old vines

Images

Hogshead Wine: Historic Images for January 2015

Hogshead Wine: Historic Images for December 2014

Wine Terroirs: Anonymous wine scenes in France (4)

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