Wine & Spirits



    The author presents information about the production, marketing, and selling of Bordeaux wines. 641.2209 B871b
    This guide contains a comprehensive look at Burgundy wines and the culture surrounding that region. 641.22 P242b

    This is an updated and revised encyclopedia that has information about champagne. OVERSIZE R 641.2224 S848c 

    Rowe goes to Napa Valley where he and his crew make wine from grapes. <DVD> 331.702 D599w
The Geography of Wine by Brian J. Sommers.
    This title has information about wine regions and presents some details about beer and spirits too. 641.22 S697g
    This is an essential guide for those interested in wine. R 641.2203 L433
    Mr. Clarke discusses the process of wine making, types of wine, and wine districts of the world. 641.22 C599l
The Oxford Companion to Wine by Jancis Robinson.
    Winner of two prestigious awards, this is a comprehensive historical and geographical guide to wine. 641.2203 O98 2nd.
    Covers the subjects of wine making, wine tasting, and evaluating wine quality. 641.22 Q5
    The author provides readers with information on wines from all over the United States. 641.22 Z91w (There is a reference copy too.)
Wine Savvy by Heidi Yorkshire.
    Yorkshire, a contributor to Bon Appetit and Wine Spectator, gives a step-by-step guide to wines and wine-tasting. 641.22 Y65w
Wines of South America by Monty Waldin.
    Covering wines from the various regions of South America, this guide enables readers to know more about the wines there. 641.22 W163w
Wines of the World. Jancis Robinson introduces four of the premiere wine producing regions. <DVD> 641.22 U55

The World Atlas of Wine by Hugh Johnson and Jancis Robinson.
    A comprehensive look at wines and winemaking from around the world. Photographs included. R 641.22 J67w

Vineyards and Wineries

Access California Wine Country by Richard Saul Wurman.
    Wurman’s guide presents highlights from wineries in Napa, Russian River, and Sonoma. 917.9404 W968a
Celebrating New Zealand Wine by Jolle Thomson.
    Thomson presents information about 600 wineries from 40 wine regions within these countries. 641.22 T483c 

East Coast Wineries by Carlo De Vito.
    With nearly 300 hundred entries, this directory of East Coast wineries covers history, festivals, and reviews. 641.22 D496e
Greetings from the Finger Lakes by Michael Turback. 
    Turback highlights the restaurants and wineries within the Finger Lakes region of New York. 641.22 T931g
The Northwest Wine Guide by Andy Perdue.
    This volume covers wines and wineries from British Columbia, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. 641.22 P433n

Tuscany and Its Wines by Hugh Johnson.
    Johnson documents the wineries of the Tuscany region of Italy in both text and photographs. 641.22 J673t
    Chronicles the transformation of an Argentinian winery and wine from one that wasn't good to something well-respected.   

Wine Pairings 

    The author encourages readers to create delicious appetizers to bring out the flavors of their favorite wines. 641.812 H838o
    With over 100 recipes, this is a helpful guide for pairing food and wine.
    Goldstein pairs 30 wines with food. 641.22 G624d

Food & Wine Pairing by Robert J. Harrington.
    The author presents a variety of information designed to assist culinary professionals in pairing food and wine. 641.22 H311f
The Great Little Food With Wine Cookbook by Virginia and Robert Hoffman.
    This wine pairing book goes beyond describing what foods to have with what wines, it also contains information about where to buy wines and how to order wines in a restaurant. 641.622 H711g
Great Tastes Made Simple by Andrea Immer. 
    A master sommelier guides readers in how to pair wines with everything from barbeque to Thai food. 641.22 I57g 

Pairing Food & Wine by Gerry Piserchia.
    This DVD contains suggestions for pairing multi-ethnic flavors with wines from around the world. <DVD> 641.22 P148  
Pairing Wine with Asian Food by Edwin Soon. 641.22 S711p
This Food, That Wine by Angie MacRae, Stacey Metulynsky, and Chris Knight. 
    Based on a television show, this book is written by a chef and a sommelier, and it contains about 150 recipes that feature fresh ingredients. 641.5 M174t 

What to Drink with What You Eat: The Definitive Guide to Pairing Food with Wine, Beer, Coffee, Tea, Even Water, Based on Advice from America's Best Sommeliers by Andrew Dornenburg and Karen Page. 641.22 D713w

    Covers the pairing of Mediterranean foods and wines. 641.5918 M293w
    As the title suggests this is a guide to all things wine. 641.22 O28w
    The author gives practical information about what wines go best with a special event. 641.22 G144w
Wine Mondays: Simple Wine Pairings with Seasonal Menus by Frank McClelland and Christie Matheson. 641.22 M126w


400 Blender Cocktails: Sensational Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Cocktail Recipes by Andrew Chase, Alison Kent, and Nicole Young. 641.874 C487f
    This book provides a history of whiskey and whiskey making, and then it features essays about whiskey.
The Book of Bourbon and Other Fine American Whiskeys by Gary and Mardee Regan. 641.252 R333b 
The Craft of the Cocktail: Everything You Need to Know to be a Master Bartender and 500 Recipes by Dale DeGroff. 641.874 D321c (a copy is located in reference too)

In the Land of Cocktails by Ti Adelaide Martin and Lally Brennan.
    The owners of the famed Commander's Palace in New Orleans share their secrets to making good cocktails, and they give the history behind some of the cocktails. 641.874 M383i
The Kentucky Bourbon Cocktail Book by Joy Perrine and Susan Reigler. 641.874 P458k
Made and Bottled in Kentucky: The Story of Bourbon Whiskey. <DVD> 641.252 D614 (faculty use only-in office)
Modern Marvels: Distilleries. <DVD> 641.252 D614
Modern Marvels: Whiskey. <DVD> 641.252 W576


Cooking with Wine and Spirits

Cooking with Jack: The New Jack Daniels Cookbook by Lynne Tolley and Mindy Merrell. 641.252 T651c
The Kentucky Bourbon Cookbook by Albert Schmid. 641.625 S348k
Bibliography last updated March 22, 2017