The compleat vineyard: or A most excellent way for the planting of vines

Publication Date1665
Remaindernot 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, (viz.) the best electio of your soil; the scituation thereof; the best way for the planting of your young plants; the best time and manner of proining, both the stocks and roots; the turning and translation of the ground, &c. With all other things necessary to the plant; and the fashion of your wine presses; with the manner of bruising and pressing; and also how to advance our English wines: never before printed. By William Hughes
Extent[8], 27, [1] p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted by G[eorge]. M[iller]. for W. Crooke, at the Three Bibles on Fleet Bridge, and John Playfere, at the White Lion in the upper walk of the New Exchange

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