Wine Making for the Amateur.

New Haven: Printed for Members of The Bacchus Club; at the Sign of the Chorobates, 1930.

Small quarto (26 x 19 cm.), 100 pages. Illustrated with five wood engravings by F.H. Fischer after designs by W.A. Dwiggins. Typeset by Carl Purington Rollins at the Sign of the Chorobates. FIRST EDITION. One of 515 copies, this no. 385. A guide to small scale winemaking with chapters on red, white and sparkling wines, and for each, clearly written instructions for grape selection, tools required, fermentation, drawing off the must, pressing, and care of the wines. Original quarter linen over brown paper-covered boards, printed title label to spine. Mild darkening to spine, some light rubbing to covers, especially at the foot of the spine, otherwise near very good. With the bookplate of Philip Wallace Nash to the front paste-down and facing, Nash's signature. [Gabler G36806; not in Noling].

Price: $100.00