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8 edition of Vineyard Tales found in the catalog.

Vineyard Tales

reflections on wine

by Gerald Asher

  • 39 Want to read
  • 22 Currently reading

Published by Chronicle Books in San Francisco, USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wines,
  • Cooking / Wine,
  • Cooking,
  • Beverages - Wine & Spirits,
  • Cooking / Wine & Spirits

  • Edition Notes

    StatementGerald Asher
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Pagination287 p.
    Number of Pages287
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8001948M
    ISBN 100811829529
    ISBN 109780811829526
    OCLC/WorldCa45814252

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Vineyard Tales by Gerald Asher Download PDF EPUB FB2

Happily, Vineyard Tales proves one thing: Gerald Asher is an excellent writer who just happens to write about wine--as well as the people and the land that shape it. In 29 essays, most of which have appeared in slightly altered form on the pages of Gourmet magazine, to which he contributes regularly as the wine editor, Asher demonstrates his 5/5(1).

"Chris Baer’s entertaining book of island miscellany, Martha’s Vineyard Tales: From Pirates on Lake Tashmoo to Baxter’s Saloon ’ (Globe Pequot) gathers a wild mix of people and history, creating a portrait that’s quite a bit weirder and wilder than that usually associated with the picturesque island haven.4/5(1).

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“Martha’s Vineyard Tales” contains 65 stories ranging from the early years, where Baer questions whether Martha’s Vineyard was originally called “Martin’s” Vineyard” or even Author: Geoff Currier.

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Get this from a library. Vineyard tales: reflections on wine. [Gerald Asher] -- "In every glass of wine, I have found, there is such a story; and in every story worth hearing, there is wine.

In these pages I will tell you some of my favorites."--Introduction, p. Get directions, reviews and information for Vineyard Tales in Saint Helena, CA.

Weekly Oak Bluffs Town columnist for the Vineyard Gazette from June to JuneSkip Finley is a retired broadcaster who has written for, been featured or quoted in most media industry trade publications. Skip built his career in radio, becoming a well-known executive and station owner.

“Historic Tales of Oak Bluffs” by Skip Finley. The History Press, Charleston, South Carolina, pages. Available at Bunch of Grapes for $, online, and at the author book talks, includingAuthor: Abby Remer. If I ever write a children’s book, I’m going to call it Vineyard Tales. I have so many happy memories from growing up on a grape farm, and now that we’ve come to grape-picking season, they rise in my mind like the syrupy fragrance of ripe Concord grapes.

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Full of little-known tales and tidbits, surprises await. Martha’s Vineyard Tales is a collection of snapshots of Island life in times gone by when thunderstorms were fierce, the rule of law weak, and the Island was home to a varied cast of unique characters.

The author, Chris Baer, grew up here and studied math, education, and educational technology. Get this from a library! Martha's Vineyard tales: from pirates on Lake Tashmoo to Baxter's Saloon. [Chris Baer] -- "Have you met the Vineyard Tinman? Who even knew there were pirates on Lake Tashmoo?

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