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      The aim of this book is to describe chemical and biochemical aspects of winemaking that are currently being researched. The authors have selected the very
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      The aim of this book is to describe chemical and biochemical aspects of winemaking that are currently being researched. The authors have selected the very best experts for each of the areas.
      The first part of the book summarizes the most important aspects of winemaking technology and microbiology. The second most extensive part deals with the different groups of compounds, how these are modified during the various steps of the production process, and how they affect the wine quality, sensorial aspects, and physiological activity, etc. The third section describes undesirable alterations of wines, including those affecting quality and food safety. Finally, the treatment of data will be considered, an aspect which has not yet been tackled in any other book on enology. In this chapter, the authors not only explain the tools available for analytical data processing, but also indicate the most appropriate treatment to apply, depending on the information required, illustrating with examples throughout the chapter from enological literature.
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      Published in 1809, this book is now a window to history. If you are a home-brewer it is a fascinating bit of Americana, written at a time when home brewing was considered a necessity as well as a god given right. These were not “moonshine” or “hillbilly” stills for making rotgut corn whiskey. They were carefully made devices important for the economny of the times. The style of vocabulary is somewhat archaic to our minds, but it shows the literacy of language in bygone times. A good read and an accurate portrayal of distilling life in that era.