Hunter Wine: A History

Hunter Wine: A History

Julie McIntyre, John Germov

Shortlisted for 2019 NSW Premier's History Award: NSW regional and community history prize. 'An important Australian wine book that uncovers new truths, challenges old myths and moves at a cracking pace with a delicious wine tale just right for the present.' — Jeni Port, Wine Journalist at The Age and 2014 Wine Communicator of the Year

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Book chapters

  • Bucher T, Deroover K, Stockley C, (2019) Production and Marketing of Low-Alcohol Wine, Advances in Grape and Wine Biotechnology, IntechOpen, London, UK 1-16
  • McIntyre J and Germov J, 2013. Drinking History: Enjoying Wine in Early Colonial New South Wales. In Eriksson S, Hastie M, Roberts, eds. Eat History: Food and Drink in Australia and Beyond. Melbourne: Cambridge Scholars Press: 120-142.
  • Simpson, J (2010) 'The British Wine Market and the International Wine Trade: the limits to export-led growth before 1914', The keys to economic and social development: Tribute to Gabriel Tortella. Madrid
  • Simpson, J (2005) 'Spanish agriculture in the long run , 1760-1960 ' in Jerneck Magnus , Magnus Mörner, Gabriel Tortella & Sune Åkerman ( eds. ) Different Paths to Modernity: A Nordic and Spanish Perspective. Lund: Nordic Acadenic Press
  • Simpson, J (2004) 'European farmers and the British ' agricultural revolution' in Leandro Prados (ed) Exceptionalism and Industrialisation: Britain and its European Rivals, 1688-1815. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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      Other publications

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