The Viticulture & Enology Collection at Shields Library, University of California, Davis
Shields Library, University of California Davis is home to one of the finest collections of grape grwing and wine making literature in the world. The collection gathers together materials on grape growing, grape diseases, wine making, fermentation science as well as the economic aspects of the wine industry. The primary emphasis is on the technical and scientific, historical and cultural aspects of grape growing and wine making with strong holdings in the economic and business aspects of grapes and wine.
Vincent E. Petnucci Library, Viticulture and Enology Research Center, CSU Fresno
The Vincent E. Petrucci Library collects information on the subjects of viticulture and enology, and provides the materials, services, and facility necessary to meet current and future information needs of students, faculty, staff and industry. The library collects and displays Viticulture & Enology faculty and staff research findings and shares the findings with library users world-wide. The library is open to the public, and patrons from outside the university community are encouraged to stop by and make use of the wide range of information available. The library owns 700 volumes pertaining to the topics of viticulture and enology, and has current subscriptions to 32 periodicals in the field.
Enology and Viticulture Collecton, Henry Madden Library, CSU Fresno
The focus of the collection is on the history and development of wine, wine-making and viticulture with an emphasis on pre-1940 works. The collection covers all areas of the world involved in wine-making, in all languages. The total number of books in the collection is approximately 4,000. While not the only or the largest collections on the history of wine, the Enology and Viticulture Collection contains many rare and valuable books that re important for research.
Sonoma County Wine Library, Sonoma County Library
The collection comprises 5,000 books on wine and related subjects, and subscriptions and vackfiles to over 80 wine-related periodicals. It contains authoritative information on wine, wine making and grape growing, including the business, technology and history associated with wine. Coverage is worldwide with a special emphasis on California.
Napa Valley Wine Library
The Napa Valley Wine Library is an alliance devoted to sharing and preserving information about viticulture, enology and wine lore, particularly in the Napa Valley. The extensive collection of books, magazines, interviews, clippings and other materials is housed at the St. Helena Public Library. The Wine Library is part of the Solano Napa and Partners (SNAP) Consortium. Students can check out materials using their NVC Library Card. While most of the this material does circulate, older and unique items are available for reference only in the Rare Book Room.
National Agricultural Library|
The National Agriculture Library (NAL) is a major international source for agriculture and related information. This site provides access to NAL's many resources and a gateway to its associated institutions. AGRICOLA is a searchable bibliographic database of citations to the agricultural literature holdings of the National Agriculture Library and items catalogued by other libraries not held in NAL's colelction. The records describe publications and resources encompassing all aspects of agriculture and allied disciplines. Although AGRICOLA does not contain materials, thousands of AGRICOLA records are linked to online full-text documents, with new links being added every day.
The Core Historical Literature of Agriculture, Mann Library, Cornell University
The Core Historical Literature of Agriculture is a core electronic collection of agricultural texts published between the early nineteenth century and the middle to late twentieth century. Full-text materials cover agricultural economics, agricultural engineering, animal science, crops and their protection, food science, forestry, human nutrition, rural sociology, and soil science. Scholars have selected the titles in this collection for their historical importance.
Published on the Web by the Sonoma County Wine Library, with support from the Berkeley Digital SunSITE, this resource provides authoritative informtion on wine, wine making and grape growing, covering the business, technology and history associated with wine. The site provides two separate freely available bibliographic databases: Wine Files which covers world wines from 1988 to the present date; and the California Wine History Files, collated by Charles Sullivan and ranging from 1849 to 1999. Database records include citations, abstracts and links to articles in technical, academic, government, trade and consumer wine periodicals, and other wine-related publication. Where available, abstracts or full-text links are provided. Both databases can be searched by keyword.
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