His academic work at the University of California at Davis is recognized internationally.
His academic work at the University of California at Davis is recognized internationally. His 16 books and some 400 articles contributed significantly to the development of the modern (post-Prohibition) wine industry in California; to the improvement of wine cultures in Europe, South America, and Australia; and to the professional standards for judging and tasting wine.
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by Maynard A. Amerine (Author). Great Book full of information if you looking for knowledge or just basic information about making wine. ISBN-13: 978-0870553332.
Maynard Amerine Papers at Special Collections Dept. Maynard Andrew Amerine was born in 1911 in San Jose, California, the child of Roy Reagan Amerine and Tennessee Davis Amerine. University Library, University of California, Davis. Video of class taught by Amerine: Viticulture and Enology 125: Sensory Analysis of Wine, from the UCD Library Special Collections. Biography of Amerine, from the UCD Library. Technology of Winemaking, with William V. Cruess, Harold W. Berg; revised with Ralph E. Kunkee, Cornelius S. Ough, Vernon L. Singleton, and A. Dinsmore Webb. Selected publications. He grew up on their farm in Modesto, California.
Maynard Andrew Amerine was born in 1911 in San Jose, California, the child of Roy Reagan Amerine and Tennessee .
Maynard Andrew Amerine was born in 1911 in San Jose, California, the child of Roy Reagan Amerine and Tennessee Davis Amerine. In 1935, while still completing his P. in plant physiology at the University of California at Berkeley, he became the first faculty member hired into the new Viticulture and Enology Department at the University of California at Davis. In 1991, the Maynard A. Amerine Room and Wine Collection in Shields Library was named in his honor and to house his extensive collection of books, a product of his years as a wine bibliographer and collector. Wine, An Introduction.
An introduction to wine technology, including history, fermentation .
An introduction to wine technology, including history, fermentation, production practices, wine types and the wine industry of California and other wine prod. Amerine’s collaboration with Dr. Albert J. Winkler led to the development of the now famous system used to measure climate and classify regions for grape growing. During his career, Amerine published 16 books and over 400 publications, including the classic, Wine: An Introduction for Americans, which he co-authored with colleague Vernon Singleton.