Information about wine, grapes, and vineyards, can be found within a variety of disciplines, and therefore books can be found in several different physical locations. The following are general call numbers in the Science Library that would have books pertaining to the different aspects of growing grapes and wine.
TP 548 (3rd floor Science Library) | Wine, wine tasting, and wine science
QK 495 (4th floor Science Library) | Grapevines
SB 387 (4th floor Science Library) | Grapes
Often times we can find sources, but the questions is what sources to actually use. Check out Choosing & Using Sources: A Guide to Academic Research from Ohio State University.
Also keep in mind that in disciplines like agriculture and horticulture, there is a lot of practical literature produced for direct application by farmers and growers. Look for things such a production handbooks or manuals. Peer reviewed journal articles can help with understanding the ecology, biology, and chemical compositions. Books can be helpful in giving general information for beginning a project and obtaining vocabulary related to your topic.
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