The Wine-Drinker's Manual
Publisher: Marsh and Miller 1830
Number of pages: 319
The object of the following pages is to exhibit a sketchy outline of the most celebrated vineyards, and the several processes of wine-making in different countries: in short, to represent the general economy of one of the most interesting branches of human invention.
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