Wine and the Vine: An Historical Geography of Viticulture and the Wine Trade

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INDEX

a
'Abbasids 153
abuse, alcohol see alcohol
acetaldehyde 55
acetic acid 46, 48, 55 ;
bacteria 47
acetification 314
Acetobacter47, 253 -4
acids 34, 46, 48, 55, 292 ;
acetic 46, 48, 55 ;
lactic 46 -8;
malic 46 -8
acqua vitae236
Acquitaine 162, 184
Adam of Bremen 160 -1
additives 311, 313
adulteration 196
advertising 334, 341, 348 -52
Aegean 120
aesthetics 25
Afghanistan 76 -7
Africa 10, 214 ;
north 344 ;
southern 13, 43, 50, 245, 308, 311, 320, 335
afterlife 91
Age of Discovery 205 -32
ageing:
bottles 57 ;
wood 56
agriculture:
expertise 66 ;
peasant 123, 164, 167, 359 ;
subsistence 123, 132
Agrionia 89
Aix-la-Chapelle 147
Akbar 155
al-Idrisi 153, 175
Alamanni 117, 136, 138, 146
Alba Helvia 111
alcohol:
abuse 338, 362 ;
consumption 335 ;
ethyl 46 ;
low 342, 349 ;
methyl 312 ;
seventeenth century consumption 239 ;
social concern 328 ;
fermentation 46, 49, 50, 53, 264, 358
alcoholism 234, 338, 362
ale 177, 240
alehouses 327
Algarve 263
Algeria 283, 295, 308, 344
Almagro 218
Almeirim 111
Alps 112, 181
Alsace 185, 230
Althusser, L. 6, 7
altitude 45
Ambrose 137
America 10 ;
Latin 210, 216, 231, 296 ;
North 13, 58, 270, 308, 352 ;
South 215 ;
United States of 343, 347, 354, 361 ;
vines 284, 290, 293
American War of Independence 248
Ammonites 85
ampelography 29, 32
amphorae 55, 62, 94, 97, 103, 113, 115, 119, 121, 126, 129 ;
Egyptian 69 ;
Spanish 119
Amsterdam 213, 259 ;
banks 212
Anatolia 73 -7
Anglo-Gascon wine trade 3, 12, 13, 18, 166, 187, 193, 202
Anjou 229, 275
Anthesteria 89
anthocyanins 36, 57
anti-alcohol lobby 304, 338, 342
Antwerp 221, 227
Appellations d'Origine Contrôlées313 -16
Ararat 82
archaeology 61, 94, 107
Argentina 342
Armagnac 238, 314
Armenia 67
Arnaldus de Villanova 179
Arras 176

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