Making Good Wine

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Pan Macmillan Australia, Nov 10, 2007 - Cooking - 336 pages

Making Good Wine has become the classic text on Australian and New Zealand winemaking, read and treasured by professional and amateur winemakers, students, wine lovers and buffs alike who want to know more about wine. Clearly and expertly it explains the principles as well as the practices of winemaking, and highlights the remarkable nature of the product.

Written by Bryce Rankine, long-time head of oenology at South Australia's famous Roseworthy College, this the definitive work on winemaking in Australia and New Zealand.

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About the author (2007)

Dr Rankine is considered a leader within the Australian wine industry, his academic achievements and dedication to the education of others in this area has earned him both national and international respect.

He has been gifted with many awards and honours within the industry and in 1986 he was selected as a Member of the Order of Australia.

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