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Rosen Research Guides

Hospitality Research:
Wine & Beer

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Introduction

This guide is designed to help you begin researching topics relating to wine, beer and other alcoholic beverages. For more assistance, please Ask a Rosen Librarian.

A printable version of this guide is also available:
Wine & Beer PDF (34 KB)

Finding Books

Reference Sources
It is often a good idea to begin your research in the following types of sources, which are designed to be consulted for topic overviews or for authoritative information. In many cases, they contain vital information that cannot be found anywhere else. A denotes a core resource.

  Title Call Number
Alcohol and Temperance in Modern History Rosen REF HV5017 .A43 2003
Bordeaux Rosen REF TP553.B766 2007
Bordeaux and Its Wines Rosen REF TP553 .C573 2004
Bordeaux Atlas & Encyclopedia of Chateaux Rosen REF TP554 .B6 D795 1997
Business of Wine: An Encyclopedia Rosen REF HD9370.5 .B868 2009
Dictionary of Beer and Brewing Rosen REF TP568 .D53 1998
Dictionary of Drink Rosen REF TX815 .E38 2007
Encyclopedia of Beer Rosen REF TP568 .E53 1997
Essential Reference of Domestic Brewers Rosen REF HD9397 .U52 E87 2006
Hachette Atlas of French Wines and Vineyards Rosen REF TP553 .V557513 2000
Hugh Johnson's Wine Companion Rosen REF TP548 .J64 2003
Illustrated Encyclopedia of Wine, Beer & Spirits Rosen REF TP503 .W35 2006
Oxford Companion to the Wines of North America Rosen REF TP559 .N6 O9 2000
Oxford Companion to Wine Rosen REF TP548 .O76 2006
Oz Clarke's Grapes & Wines Rosen REF SB398.28 .C53 2007
Parker's Wine Buyer's Guide Rosen REF TP548 .P287 2008
Ultimate Guide to Spirits & Cocktails Rosen REF TX951 .D66 2008
Who's Buying Alcoholic and Nonalcoholic Beverages Rosen REF HD9384 .U52 W46
Wine Bible Rosen REF TP548 .M24 2001
Wines of the World Rosen REF TP548 .W57 2004
World Atlas of Wine Rosen REF TP548 .J66 2007
World Encyclopedia of Champagne and Sparkling Wines Rosen REF TP555 .S77 2003

The above lists are not comprehensive and certain wine/beer/alcoholic beverage topics may be covered in sources listed on the Rosen Research Guides about the Food Industry. For more assistance in locating appropriate reference materials, please Ask a Rosen Librarian.

Browsing
Circulating books relating to the food and beverage industry are generally found in the following call number ranges:

  • HD9350 - HD9399: Wine/Beer/Liquor industries
  • SB387 - SB399: Viticulture (agriculture)
  • TP544 - TP561: Wine & wine making
  • TP557: Wineries
  • TP500 - TP660: Fermentation, beverages, alcohol
  • TX726: Cookery (with wine and/or beer)
  • TX950 - TX953: Bars, bartending, alcohol service

For more information about the location of books, consult the library catalog.

Library Catalog
Through the UCF Library Catalog, you can locate books, journals, audiovisuals, government documents, and other types of materials. You can search the catalog by Keyword, Author, Title, Subject, and many other ways.

For assistance with searching the UCF Library Catalog, see the Rosen Research Guide on Finding Books or Ask a Rosen Librarian.

Finding Articles

Browsing Periodicals
The following periodicals are available in print in the library and may contain helpful information about the food and beverage industry. General hospitality/tourism periodicals may also have relevant material about wine and beer service or trends. To find articles on a specific topic, you may need to use one of our databases.

 
Quarterly Review of Wines Wine Enthusiast
Restaurant Wine Wine News
Saveur Wine Spectator
Wine & Spirits Wines & Vines
Wine Business Monthly    

Databases
To find articles from journals and magazines on your topic, or to find information about a company or industry, you may need to use one of UCF's many databases. (Note: if you are off campus, refer to the Off Campus Access page to find out how to access library databases using your UCF ID card.)

To find databases that are typically most useful for the study of hospitality, click on the Database Locator tab on our homepage, and then choose the subject Hospitality. Some useful databases for wine and beer information include:

For finding articles in journals/magazines on particular topics:

  • Hospitality & Tourism Complete: Includes scholarly research and industry news relating to all areas of hospitality and tourism, with coverage from the 1960s to the present.
  • Business Source Premier: Includes Wine Spectator and other major trade publications, as well as wine industry profiles for individual countries.
  • ABI Inform: An extensive international business and management database, containing bibliographic citations, abstracts, and full-text from trade and scholarly articles. Full-text access is available for Beverage World and the International Journal of Wine Marketing.
  • Mintel: Contains several research reports on the U.S. and European wine, beer and distilled spirits industries. Includes data on consumption, sales volume, and import and export volume.

For a more detailed overview of how to use our databases, see the Rosen Research Guide titled Finding Articles.

Finding Other Materials

Websites
Most wineries and breweries have their own websites. However, for general information about wine and beer, you may wish to explore some of the websites listed in our Food Industry Tutorial.

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