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Any suggested reading for wine making?

I'm less interested in growing grapes and more the science behind it. Ph and how it affects things as well as blending.

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Morewines manual. Free and pretty darn good. They may prescribe more stuff (enzymes, clearing agents etc) than I think are necessary, but a great 101 manual.
https://morewinemaking.com/content/manuals
Thanks.

There's a wealth of knowledge on this forum and I've read many of the older threads but I'd like to read some of the books and then ask more later. Meaning I really don't want to ask too many n00bish questions unless I really need to.
 

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I agree with John, Techniques in Home Winemaking by Daniel Pambianchi is the best book I found that helped me understand the chemistry of wine making. Amazon's website indicates that I bought my copy on September 2, 2014. I keep it handy as reference for when ever I bump into a wine making problem.
 
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