Peru's colonial wine industry and its European background

  title={Peru's colonial wine industry and its European background},
  author={Prudence M. Rice},
  pages={785 - 800}
  • P. Rice
  • Published 1 December 1996
  • Geography
  • Antiquity
Among the industrial crafts introduced into the Hispanic New World was the growing of grapes, and the making of wine at a grand scale. The technology and the artefacts of wine-making in Spain were, in their turn, largely those of the Roman world. These continuities, and their changing contexts, are evident in this study of the wine-making bodegas of a Peruvian valley. 
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