Wood, Whiskey and Wine: A History of Barrels

Wood, Whiskey and Wine: A History of Barrels

English | October 23rd, 2014 | ASIN: B00OV4VJTC, ISBN: 1780233566 | 245 Pages | EPUB | 6.77 MB

For over 2,000 years barrels have been used to store and transport a diverse array of commodities around the earth. The story of the barrel - from its earliest form, crafted by the Celtic tribes of northern Europe in the first millennium BC, to its contemporary uses - sheds light on the history of human development and technology.

Still essential in maturing the world's finest wines, brandies and whiskies, this ancient container survives today despite being under threat from the prevalence of plastics, cardboards and metals.



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