Reference numberCLP/10iii/38
TitlePaper, how to fine Malaga wine by Nicholas Hollway [Holloway]
DescriptionPaper providing instructions on fining, or clarifying and stabilising, wine from Malaga, Spain. Holloway states that a quart of sheep's blood should be added to a quarter cask of dry Malaga wine, then the cask should be rolled and allowed to stand for eight days.

Subject: Industry / Winemaking

Read to the Royal Society on 8 February 1698.
Physical descriptionInk on paper
Access statusOpen
Related records in the catalogueRBO/7/94
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