The World of Niagara Wine
378 pages
English
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378 pages
English

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The World of Niagara Wine is a transdisciplinary exploration of the Niagara wine industry. In the first section, contributors explore the history and regulation of wine production as well as its contemporary economic significance. The second section focuses on the entrepreneurship behind and the promotion and marketing of Niagara wines. The third introduces readers to the science of grape growing, wine tasting, and wine production, and the final section examines the social and cultural ramifications of Niagara’s increasing reliance on grapes and wine as an economic motor for the region.

The original research in this book celebrates and critiques the local wine industry and situates it in a complex web of Old World traditions and New World reliance on technology, science, and taste as well as global processes and local sociocultural reactions. Preface by Konrad Ejbich.


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Date de parution 01 juillet 2013
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EAN13 9781554584055
Langue English
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The World of
Niagara Wine
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The World of
Niagara Wine
Michael Ripmeester, Phillip Gordon Mackintosh, and Christopher Fullerton, editors
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 Te world of Niagara wine / Micael Ripmeeser, Pillip Gordon Mackinos, and Crisoper Fulleron, ediors. Includes bibliograpical references and index. Issued also in elecronic formas.
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 1. Wine indusry—Onario—Niagara Peninsula. 2. Wine and wine making— Onario—Niagara Peninsula. 3. Wineries—Onario—Niagara Peninsula. I. Ripmeeser, Micael R. (Micael Rober), 192– II. Mackinos, Pillip Gordon, 190– III. Fulleron, Crisoper Adam, 1970–
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 1. Wine indusry—Onario—Niagara Peninsula. 2. Wine and wine making— Onario—Niagara Peninsula. 3. Wineries—Onario—Niagara Peninsula. I. Ripmeeser, Micael R. (Micael Rober), 192– II. Mackinos, Pillip Gordon, 190– III. Fulleron, Crisoper Adam, 1970–
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Contents
Map of e Niagara Region and Is Wineries Foreword Konrad Ejbic Acknowledgemens Inroducion: Te World of Niagara Wine Micael Ripmeeser, Pillip Gordon Mackinos, and Crisoper Fulleron
Section One: Niagara Wines Decanted 1 Te Early Hisory of Grapes and Wine in Niagara Alun Huges2 Niagara Wine and e Influence of Governmen Regulaion, 1850s o 1944 Dan Malleck 3 Te Growing Place of Wine in e Economic Developmen of e Niagara Region Crisoper Fulleron
Section Two: Business and Bottles 4 Te Hisory of e  Linda Bramble 5 Onario Wines in e Markeplace Asrid Brummer  Te Onario Wine Indusry: Moving Forward Maxim Voronov, Dirk De Clercq, and Narongsak Tongpapanl 7 Te Hands beind e Harves: Migran Workers in Niagara’s Wine Indusry Jane McLauglin
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Section Three: The Vineyard to the Bottle 8 Te Use of Geospaial Tecnologies for Improved Vineyard Managemen Decisions in e Niagara Region Marilyne Jollineau and Vicoria Fas 9 Te Niagara Peninsula Appellaion: A Climaic Analysis of Canada’s Larges Wine Region Anony B. Saw 10 Te Wine-Producing Soils of Niagara Daryl Dagesse 11 Viiculural Pracices and Teir Effecs on Grape and Wine Qualiy Andrew G. Reynolds 12 Wine Tasing Ronald S. Jackson 13 Vinning on Tin Ice: Te Making of Canada’s Iconic Desser Wine Gary Pickering and Debbie Inglis
Section Four: A Cultural Perspective on Niagara Wines 14 New Wine in Old Wineskins: Markeing Wine as Agriculural Heriage Micael Ripmeeser and Russell Jonson 15 Consrucing Aueniciy: Arciecure and Landscape in Niagara’s Wineries Nick Baxer-Moore and Caroline Cares 1 Wine and Culinary Tourism in Niagara David J. Telfer and Asuko Hasimoo 17 Conflic in e Niagara Counryside: Securing e Land Base for e Wine Indusry Hug J. Gayler 18 Te Niagara Wine Fesival’s Grande Parade: Te Public Geograpy of a “Grape and Wine” Conroversy Pillip Gordon Mackinos
Aferword Tony Aspler
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Map of the Niagara Region and Its Wineries
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