Early California Wine Trade
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Related Links

• Archive.org: online archives
The Pacific Wine & Spirit Review (1890 - 1919).
The San Francisco Merchant (1883 - 1890).

• Bancroft Library, University of California at Berkeley
bancroft.berkeley.edu
ROHO -- featured California wine industry oral history transcripts.

• California Wine Museum
californiawinemuseum.com
A fine collection of wine-making & related
equipment & ephemera.

Huntington Library, San Marino, Ca
huntington.org
The Huntington is one of the largest and most complete research libraries in the United States in its fields of specialization.

• Napa Valley Wine Library Association
napawinelibrary.com
The association offers a variety of wine appreciation events and it publishes a twice-yearly membership magazine featuring interviews with local vintners.

• Oeneologist-Wine Museums
Oenologist.com/wine-museum
List of wine museums around the world.

• Sonoma County Wine Library
sonomalibrary.org/wine
A special service and collection comprising
5,000 books on wine and related subjects.

• University of California, Davis - University Library
Manuscript Collections - Viticulture & Enology.
An extensive collection of materials pertaining to the growth and development of the wine industry.

• Wayward Tendrils - A Wine Book Collector's Society waywardtendrils.com
Formed in 1990 by and for lovers of wine literature.

• The Wine Institute, San Francisco, Ca
wineinstitute.org
An advocacy & public policy association for California wine.

• The Wine Librarians Association
winelibrarians.wordpress.com
Dedicated to making wine information accessible
and to preserving the history of wine.

• Don Bull's Web Site
www.bullworks.net/virtual/books/2004books
A list of books by Don Bull on corkscrews
and wine & Champagne related collectibles

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