|Author:||Hughes, William, fl. 1665-1683.|
|Title:||The compleat vineyard, or, A most excellent way for the planting of vines not onely according to the German and French way, but also long experimented in England : wherein are set forth the whole circumstances necessary for the planting a vineyard ... / by William Hughes.|
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The compleat vineyard, or, A most excellent way for the planting of vines not onely according to the German and French way, but also long experimented in England : wherein are set forth the whole circumstances necessary for the planting a vineyard ... / by William Hughes.
Hughes, William, fl. 1665-1683.
London: Printed by G.M. for W. Crooke ... and John Playfere ..., 1665.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Viticulture -- Early works to 1800.
To the Reader.
THE Compleat Vineyard.
CHAP, III January.
CHAP. IIII. February.
The proining of Vines.
Cautions in proining.
CHAP. V. March.
How to make up your plants to put into the earth, to plant in May or June.
How to replant those plants that have been planted, one, two, or three yeares.
CHAP. VI. April.
CHAP. VII. May.
Of the taking up of your young Plants.
CHAP. VIII. June.
CHAP. IX. July.
CHAP. X. August.
The Fashion of Presses.
CHAP. XI. September.
CHAP. XII. October.
CHAP. XIII. December.
CHAP. XIIII. How to have Grapes to grow long upon the Vines.
Another way is this to have them grow late.
How to preserve bunches of Grapes very long.
To keep Claret Wine, or any Wine good nine or ten Years.
To separate Water from Wine.
How to make Spirit of Wine.
How to make good Vinegar.
To make Vinegar with your corrupted Wine.
To make Verjuice of Grapes.
Books newly Printed for William Crooke, at the three Bibles on Fleet-bridge, 1665.