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A History of The Orleans Hill Vineyard & Winery of Arpad Haraszthy & Company.

By: PENINOU, ERNEST P.

Price: $40.00

Publisher: Winter, CA, Winters Express: 1983

Edition: Limited Edition

Seller ID: 8718

Condition: Fine condition


One of 1000 copies. 33 pp., frontis illustration;8"x5.5"; stapled green wrappers printed in black; black & white photos, reproductions of ads, labels, etc. In original mailing envelope. View more info

A Directory of California Wine Growers and Wine Makers in 1860 With Biographical and Historical Notes and Index

By: Peninou, Ernest P. and Sidney S. Greenleaf.

Price: $85.00

Publisher: Berkeley, Tamalpais Press: 1967

Edition: Limited Edition, one of 450 copies

Seller ID: 993

Condition: Fine condition


84 pp.; 8vo; green cloth; spine stamped in gilt. 263 persons listed with historical sketches when known including Kohler and Frohling vineyard in Los Angeles; Jacob Gundlach's vineyard in Sonoma; Agoston Haraszthy's vineyard in Sonoma; William B. and George West in San Joaquin County, and many others. An essential reference View more info

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History of the Sonoma Viticultural District. The Grape Growers, the Wine Makers and the Vineyards. (Inscribed).

By: PENINOU, ERNEST P., COMPILER; ASSISTED BY GAIL G. UNZELMAN AND MICHAEL M. ANDERSON.

Price: $100.00

Publisher: Santa Rosa, CA, Nomis Press: 1998

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 8426

ISBN: 0962654310

Condition: Fine condition in Fine jacket, with protective mylar wrap


Volume One of the History of the Viticultural Districts of California series. 456 pp., portrait frontis; 8vo; burgundy cloth in light purple jacket; includes photographs, maps, tables, and other historical reproductions; bibliography, general index, directory index. Inscribed by Gail Unzelman on front endpaper: " 6.14.99, To Jim Robertson, with sincere appreciation for his generous help and support in producing our Sonoma history, Gail Unzelman." James Wi... View more info