Catalog of My Wine Library Thomas Pinney Claremont, California 2004 note



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II. ARTICLES IN PERIODICALS
Amerine, Maynard A., “Some Early Books about the California Wine Industry,” Book Club of California Quarterly News Letter, XVI (1951), 51-56.
----------. “Wine,” Scientific American, August 1964, 46-56.
Apostol, Jane, “Don Mateo Keller: His Vines and His Wines,” Southern California Quarterly, LXXXIV (2002), 93-114.
Bell, Alan, “George Saintsbury: Edinburgh and After,” University of Edinburgh Journal, XXVI ( ? ), 29-34.
Benson, Robert W., “Regulation of American Wine Labeling: In Vino Veritas?”, UCD Law Review, II (1978), 115-199 (Xerox).
Best, Michael R., “The Mystery of Vintners,” Agricultural History, L (1976), 362-76.
Black, Esther Boulton, “George Chaffey and Isaias W. Hellman—An Interpretation,” Mt. San Antonio Historian, XIV (1978), 148-170.
California Journal of Development, December 1933: issue devoted to California wine industry.
Donohoe, Joan Marie, S.N.D., “Agostin Haraszthy: A Study in Creativity,” California Historical Society Quarterly, XLVIII (1969), 153-163.
Neuerberg, Norman, “The Beginnings of the Wine Industry in California,” La Gazeta del Archivo, Fall 1993, pp. 10-12.
Pauly, Thomas H., “J. Ross Browne: Wine Lobbyist and Frontier Opportunist,” California Historical Quarterly, LI (1972), 99-116.
Stevens, Linda Walker, “The Making of a Superior Immigrant: George Husmann, 1837- 1854,” Missouri Historical Review, LXXXIX (1995), 119-138.
III. PERIODICALS, INCLUDING NEWSLETTERS
A. Magazines
American Wine Review, 1994
American Wine Society Journal (originally Vintage), 1969-current
Bacchus Journal, 1966-69
California Agriculture, selected issues containing items on grapes and wine, 1977-current
Decanter, 1995-current
Gourmet, 1962-current
Northwest Wine Almanac, 1985-87
Practical Winery and Vineyard, 1989-current
Sonoma County Wines (Santa Rosa), October 1987-September 1988 [all published?]
Vineyard Almanac and Wine Gazetteer [Los Altos, CA], 1979-1984.
Vineyard and Winery Management (originally Eastern Grape Grower and Winery News), 1978-current
Vinifera Wine Growers Journal, 1974-91
The Wayward Tendrils Quarterly, 1991-current
Wine East (originally Pennsylvania Grape Letter and Wine News), 1977-current
Wine and Food (London), 1934- 1969: numbers 1-143.
Wine Spectator, 1997-current
Wines and Vines (San Francisco etc.), 1962-current

B. Newsletters (Wineries, Merchants, Organizations)
American Wine Society News, 1987-current
Beringer Vineyards Report, 1977-85
Boony Doon, 1991-current
Bottles and Bins, 1962-90
Brookside Wine Press, 1966-73
Buena Vista Grapevine (and other titles), 1970-84
Bulletin of the Society of Medical Friends of Wine, 1983-2002
Cellar Notes (Presque Isle Wine Cellars), 1965-76
Concannon Vineyard Vignettes, 1977-81
Corti Brothers, 1988-current
California Grapevine (Wine Institute), 1984-1987
The Epicurean (Jurgensen’s), 1972-79
Free Run (Oakville Vineyards), 1972-74
The Giumarra Family Grapevine , 1980-84
The Grape Leaf (Pleasant Valley Wine Co.), [1968]-1976
Johnson’s Alexander Valley Wines Newsletter, 1976-85
Hans Kornell Champagne Newsletter (afterwards News), 1974-85
Liquor Barn Wine Press, (various titles) 1983-87
Mirassou Latest Press (various titles), 1971-current
News from the Monterey Vineyard (afterwards Winemaker Notes from the Monterey Vineyard), 1974-1981.
News from the Peak, 1977-1980
News from the Vineyards (originally News from the Wine Country), 1955-c. 1972
Nouvelles des Vignobles (afterwards Vignettes des Vignobles ) (Frederick Wildman and Sons), 1961-73
Number Three Saint James’ Street (Berry Brothers and Rudd), 1980-94
Pacific Wine Company, 1989-1993
The Shareholder Cellar Book (Chalone), 2001-current
St. Supéry Chronicles, 2001-current
Sebastiani Vineyards, 1973-1986
Simi News, 1978-1997
Technical Advisory Committee (Wine Institute), Minutes, 1959-72, with index
Trader Joe’s Insider’s Report (afterwards Fearless Flyer), 1971-current
Trumpetvine Wines, 1982-1989
The V&E Trellis Wire, 2001-2002
Vineyard View (Finger Lakes Wine Museum), 1972-84
Widmer’s Wine News, 1968-1970
Wine and Food (Christopher and Co., London), 1964-69.
The Wine Label, 1984-1998
The Wine Label News, 1989-1997
Wines from Spain, 1987-96


IV. RECORDS
Transcripts of hearings, “Repeal of Prohibition,” 13 December 1933-29 May 1940, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms: 61 microfiche
Registration forms of bonded wineries in the United States, 1930-1977, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms: 21microfiche; 5 boxes of print-out.

V. EPHEMERA 1
Vertical files containing newspaper and magazine articles, brochures, flyers, maps, guides, advertisements, correspondence, etc.
A. By continent, country, state, and region

1. Africa

2. Argentina

3. Australia

4. Austria

5. Belgium

6. Brazil

7. Bulgaria

8. Canada

9. Chile


10. China

11. Columbia

12. Cyprus

13. Denmark

14. Egypt

15. England

16. England

17. England

18. England

19. Europe

20. France

21. Alsace

22. Bordeaux

23. Burgundy

24. Champagne

24. Dordogne

25. Loire

26. Provence

27. Rhone

28. St. Emilion

29. Germany

30. Baden

31. Franconia

32. Mosel

33. Rhine

34. Greece

35. Hungary

36. India

37. Iran

38. Israel

39. Italy

40. Italy

41. Sardinia

42. Sicily

43. Japan

44. Lebanon

45. Luxembourg

46. Madeira

47. Malta

48. Mexico

49. Morocco

50. New Zealand

51. Portugal

52. Romania

53. Russia

54. South Africa

55. Spain

56. Switzerland

57. Turkey

58. Yugoslavia

59. United States

60. Alabama

61. Arizona

62. Arkansas

63. California

64. California

65. California

66. California

67. California

68. California

69. California

70. Alameda

71. Amador

72. Calaveras

73. Carneros

74. Cucamonga

75. El Dorado

76. Lake


77. Los Angeles

78. Madera

79. Marin

80. Mendocino

81. Monterey

82. Napa


83. Riverside

84. San Joaquin

85. San Luis Obispo

86. Santa Barbara

87. Santa Clara / Santa Cruz

88. Sonoma

89. Colorado

90. Connecticut

91. Delaware

92. Florida

93. Georgia

94. Hawaii

95. Idaho

96. Illinois

97. Indiana

98. Iowa


99. Kansas

100. Kentucky

101. Louisiana

102. Maine

103. Maryland

104. Massachusetts

105. Michigan

106. Michigan

107. Midwest

108. Minnesota

109. Mississippi

110. Missouri

111. Missouri

112. Missouri

113. Missouri

114. Montana

115. Nebraska

116. New Hampshire

117. New Jersey

118. New Mexico

119. New York

120. Finger Lakes

121. Finger Lakes

122. Hudson

123. Lake Erie

124. Long Island

125. North Carolina

126. Ohio

127. Oklahoma

128. Oregon

129. Pennsylvania

130. Rhode Island

131. South Carolina

132. South Dakota

133. Tennessee

134. Texas

135. Utah

136. Virginia

137. Washington

138. West Virginia

139. Wisconsin
B. By winery name
1. Adelaida

2. Adler Fels

3. Alderbrook

4. Alexander Valley Vineyards

5. Alex’s Winery

6. Allied Domecq

7. Almadén

8. Amity


9. Arciero

10. Arrowood

11. Atlas Peak

12. Au Bon Climat


13. Babcock

14. Baily

15. Ballard Canyon

16. Barengo

17. Bargetto

18. Bear Mountain

19. Beaulieu

20. Bellerose

21. Belli and Sauret

22. Belvedere

23. Benzinger

24. Beringer

25. Bertero

26. Bisceglia

27. Boeger

28. Bogle

29. Bonny Doon

30. Bouchaine

31. Bridgehampton

32. Bridlewood

33. J.F.J. Bronco

34. Brookside

35, Brotherhood

36. Bruce

37. Brutocao

38. Buehler

39. Buena Vista

40. Bully Hill

41. Burgess

42. Burnap

43. Butte Creek

44. Bynum

45. Byron
46. Cakebread

47. Calera

48. California Grape Products

49. California Growers

50. California Wine Association

51. Callaway

52. Cambiaso

53. Cameo

54. Canandaigua

55. Caperone

56. Carey

57. Carmenet

58. Carneros Creek

59. Casa Nuestra

60. Cassayre-Forni

61. Castoro

62. Catoctin

63. Caymus

64. Ceja

65. Cella

66. Cellarmasters

67. Central California Wineries

68. Chalone

69. Chamisal

70. Chappelet

71. Chateau Chevalier

72. Chateau de Baun

73. Chateau Julien

74. Chateau Montelena

75. Chateau Potelle

76. Chateau St. Jean

77. Chimney Rock

78. Christian Brothers

79. Christopher Creek

80. Claiborne and Churchill

81. Cline

82. Clos du Bois

83. Clos du Val

84. Clos Pegase

85. Coca Cola

86. Cohn

87. Coloma

88. Colonial

89. Commonwealth

90. Concannon

91. Congress Springs

92. Cook’s

93. Corbett Canyon

94. Cordtz Brothers

95. Cresta Blanca

96. Creston Manor

97. Cribari

98. Crosswoods

99. Cucamonga Vineyard

100. Cucamonga Winery

101. Culbertson

102. Cuvaison
103. D’Agostini

104. Davis Family

105. De Bartolo

106. Delicato

107. De Loach

108. Del Rey Co-op

109. De Lorimier

110. Devlin

111. Diamond Creek

112. Diamond Oaks

113. Di Giorgio

114. Domaine Carneros

115. Domaine Chandon

116. Domaine Karakash

117. Domaine Michel

118. Domaine Mumm

119. Dominus

120. Dry Creek

121. Duckhorn

122. Duxoup


123. East-Side

124. Eberle

125. Edmeades

126. Edna Valley

127. El Paso de Robles

128. Engels and Krudwig

129. Enz

130. Estrella River

131. Everett Ridge

132. Eyrie


133. Farview Farm

134. Far Niente

135. Ferrara

136. Ferrari-Carano

137. Gloria Ferrer

138. Fetzer

139. Ficklin

140. Fieldbrook Valley

141. Fieldstone

142. Filice

143. J. Filippi

144. Filsinger

145. Firelands

146. Firestone

147. Fisher

148. Flora Springs

149. Foppiano

150. Fortino

151. Fountaingrove

152. Franciscan

153. Franzia

154. Freemark Abbey

155. Fresno

156. Frick

157. Frog’s Leap

158. Fruit Industries


159. Gainey

160. Galleano

161. Gallo

162. Garrett

163. Gauer

164. Geyser Peak

165. Giumarra

166. Glen Ellen

167. Golan

168. Gold Seal

169. Golden State

170. Graeser

171. Grand Cru

172. Great Western

173. Greenwood Ridge

174. Grgich Hills

175. Guasti

176. Guenoc

177. Guglielmo

178. Guild

179. Gundlach-Bundschu
180. Hacienda

181. Hafner

182. Hallcrest

183. Hanna

184. Hanzell

185. Harbor

186. Haywood

187. Hecker Pass

188. Heitz

189. Hess Collection

190. William Hill

191. Hinzerling

192. Hoffman Mountain Ranch

193. Hogue Cellars

194 Louis Honig Cellar

195. Hop Kiln

196. Robert Hunter

197. Husch Vineyards


198. Inglenook

199. Iron Horse

200. Italian Swiss Colony
201. Jekel

202. Johnson Estate

203. Jordan
204. Robert Keenan

205. Kendall-Jackson

206. Kenwood

207. Kistler

208. Kirkland Ranch

209. Kirigin

210. Knudsen-Erath

211. Kongsgaard

212. Konocti

213. Korbel

214. Kornell

215. Krug

216. Kruse

217. Kunde


218. La Crema

219. Lambert Bridge

220. Landmark

221. Laurel Glen

222, Lava Cap

223. Lawrence

224. Lazy Creek

225. Leeward

226. Lenz

227. Live Oaks

228. Llords and Elwood

229. Lonz

230. Loomis

231. Lucas

232. Lyeth

233. Lytton Springs


224. McDowell Valley

225. McLester

226. Madera

227. Madrone

228. Maison Deutz

229. Martin Brothers

230. L. M. Martini

240. Martini and Prati

241. Masson

242. Mastantuono

243. Matthews

244. Mayacamas

245. Meiers

246. Meridian

247. Merlion

248. Michel-Schlumberger

249. Mill Creek

250. F.J. Miller

251. Miramonte

252. Mirassou

253. Mogen David

254. Mondavi

255. Monterey Peninsula

256. Monterey Vineyards

257. Montevina

258. Morgan

259. J.W. Morris

260. Mount Eden

261. Mount Palomar

262. Mount St. John

263. Robert Mueller

264. Andrew Murray


265. Nevada City

266. Niebaum-Coppola

267. Novitiate of Los Gatos
268. Oakville

269. Old Casteel Vineyards

270. Opus One

271. Orfila


272. Pacific Wines

273. Padre Vineyards

274. Papagni

275. Parducci

276. Fess Parker

277. Parsons Creek

278. Pastori

279. Pedrizetti

280. Pedroncelli

281. Pepperwood Springs

282. Perelli-Minetti

283. Pesenti

284. Petri

285 Phelps

286. Phillips Vineyard

287. R.H. Phillips

288. Navé Pierson

289. Pine Ridge

290. Pope Valley

291. Preston


292. Quady

293. Quivira


294. Rancho Sisquoc

295. Ravenswood

296. Martin Ray

297. Raymond

298. Regina

299. Renaissance

300. Renault

301. Richert

302. Ridge

303. River Run

304. Rochioli

305. Roddis

306. Roma

307. Rosenblum

308. Rosenthal

309. Ross-Keller

310. Roudon-Smith

311. Rutherford Hill

312. Rutherford Vintners
313, St. Clement

314. St. Francis

315. St. Supéry

316. Ste. Chapelle

317. Ste. Michelle

318. Saintsbury

319. San Antonio

320. San Martin

321. San Pasqual

322. Sanford

324. Santa Barbara

325. Santa Lucia

326. Santa Ynez Valley

327. Santino

328. Santo Tomas

329. Sattui

330. Scatena

331. Schapiro

332. Scharffenberger

333. Schramsberg

334. Schug

335. Sebastiani

336. Seghesio

337. Sequoia Grove

338. Setrakian

339. Seven Hills

340. Seven Peaks

341. Charles F. Shaw

342. Shenandoah, CA

343. Shenandoah, VA

344. Sherrill

345. Sierra

346. Sierra Vista

347. Simi

348. Sinskey

349. Smith-Madrone

350. Solera

351. Sonoma

352. Sonoma-Cutrer

353. Souverain

354. Spring Mountain

355. Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars

356. Stearns Wharf

357. Sterling

358. Stevenot

359. Stone Creek

360. Stonegate

361. Stony Hill

362. Storrs

363. Rodney Strong

364. Sunnyside

365. Sunnyslope

366. Sunrise

367. Sutter Home

368. Joseph Swan
369. Tablas Creek

370. Taylor

371. Thackrey

372. Thomas

373. Paul Thomas

374. Tijsseling

375. Trefethen

376. Tremont Vineyards

377. Trentadue

378. Twin Hills


379. Vallejo

380. Valley of the Moon

381. Varietal Vintners

382. Ventana

383. Viansa

384. Vichon

385. Vie-Del

386. Villa Banfi

387. Villa Zapu

388. Vose


389. Wagner

390. Watson

391. Webb

392. Weibel

393. Wellington

394. Wente

395. White Mountain Vineyard

396. Widmer

397. H. J. Wiemer

398. Williams and Selym

399. Windsor

400. Winecraft

401. Wine World

402. Christine Woods


403. Yakima River

404. York Mountain

405. Yosemite

406. Yverdon


407. Zaca Mesa

408. ZD


409. Stephen Zellerbach

C. By wine associations and wine-related subjects
American Wine Society

1.Historical and general

2. Bulletins and Manuals

3. Competitions

4. Conferences

5. Home winemakers’ information

6. Vintage charts

7. Amerine, Maynard


Biographies

8. A-F


9. G-M

10. N-Z


11. Book lists, brochures

12. Brady, Roy

13. California, University of,

14. Cartoons

15. Grapes, Description
Labels and nomenclature

16. AVAs


17. Federal and state regulations

18. Foreign names

19. Ingredient labeling

20. Vines: nomenclature

21. Warning labels

22. Zinfandel


23. Les Amis du Vin

24. Libraries

25. Macaulay and Wine

26. Munson, T.V.

27. Packaging

28. Photographs

29. Port Lover’s Library

30. Price Lists

31. Prohibition

32. Sacramental wine

33. Schoonmaker, Frank

34. Societies and Organizations

35. Society of Wine Educators

36. Viticultural Areas

37. Viticulture: America

38. Viticulture: California I

39. Viticulture: California II

40. Viticulture: South

41. Wayward Tendrils

42. Wagner, Philip

43. Wine Advisory Board

44. Wine Auctions

45. Wine Expositions

46. Wine Festivals

47. Winegrowers of California

48. Wine Institute

49. Wine in literature

50. Wine labels

51. Wine language

52. Wine Merchants

53. Wine Merchants catalogs I

54. Wine Merchants catalogs II

55. Wine Merchants: Red Carpet

56. Wine Merchants: The Wine Merchant

57. Wine museums

58. Wine Reserve

59. Wine writers

D. Materials for Wine History
These are files assembled in preparation for the writing of my History of Wine in America: From Prohibition to the end of the century.
1. 1930s

2. 1940s


3. 1950s

4. Acquisitions and mergers

5. American Society of Enologists

6. Associations

7. BATF

8. Bibliographical



9. California: 1930s

10. California:1940s

11. California: 1950s

12. California:1960s

13. California: 1970s

14. California: 1980s

15. California: 1990s

16. California: Co-ops

17. California: Discontinued wineries

18. California: Oral history series

19 California: wine standards

20. Custom crushing

21. Direct shipping

22. Diseases

23. East: 1970s

24. Export trade

25. Federal legislation and agencies

26, Financing

27. Hearings

28. Midwest: 1970s

29. Neoprohibition

30. Packaging

31. Prices

32. Prohibition

33. Prohibition: California wineries

34. Prohibition: statistics

35. Regulations, federal

36. Regulations, state

37. Research

38. Roosevelt papers



VI. EPHEMERA 2
Box files
A. Brochures and flyers, by country
Australia, 5 boxes
France, 3 boxes
Germany, 2 boxes
Italy, 5 boxes
South Africa, 1 box
Spain, 1 box
Oregon and Washington, 1 box
B. State and Federal publications
5 boxes
C. Statistics

California Grape Acreage, 1969-current


California Grape Crush Report, 1972-current

D. Catalogs


Esquin (afterwards Draper and Esquin), 1963-1993
Berry Brothers and Rudd, 1985-2000
Mixed, mainly Morrell and Co.
E. Wine Judgings
California State Fair, Orange Co. Fair, 1 box
Los Angeles County Fair, 1 box
F. Annual Reports and Other Material for Winery Stockholders
Chalone Wine Group, 1999-current
Constellation (Canandaigua), 1998-current
Golden State Vintners, 2002-current
R. Mondavi, 1998-current
Scheid vineyards, 2001-current

VII. Other Forms of Print
A. Posters
199 unmounted and unframed wine-related posters of all sizes
B. Calendars

32 wall and desk calendars featuring wine, 1968-2003


C. Postcards (mainly) and some photographs of wine-related scenes
602 images divided thus:

Australia 29

Austria 7

France 45

Germany 86

Italy 21


Portugal 15

South Africa 16

United States

California 206

Kansas 8

Michigan 16

Minnesota 6

Missouri 17

New York 43

Ohio, N.J., Pa. 22

New Mexico 3

North Carolina 2

Oregon 15

Texas / Arkansas 23

Washington 13

Wisconsin 9


D. Unclassifiable


1 jigsaw puzzle of wine labels
1 board game, “Wine Cellar: The Wine Tasting Game”



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