1. Terroir, institutions and improvements in European wine history: an Introduction; Silvia A. Conca Messina, Stephane Le Bras, Paolo Tedeschi, Manuel Vaquero Pineiro.-
2. The "Grapes Country". Portoguese viticulture from the early 19th century until the new millennium; Conceicao Andrade Martins and Ana Cardoso de Matos.-
3. History of a vineyeard in Champagne: from 18th to 21th century; Serge Wolikow.-
4. The Development of Winegrowing: Winemaking and distribution of wine in the Lower Moselle (18th-20th Centuries); Thomas Schuetz.-
5. The Mountain Wine, 1800-1900: Case studies from the provinces of Sondrio and Trento; Claudio Besana and Andrea Maria Locatelli.-
6. "The Idea of Improvement": theorised vs practiced vine growing in Friuli; Andrea Cafarelli.-
7. The Development of Winegrowing and Oenology in Southern Piedmont and Oltrepo Pavese; Luciano Maffi.-
8. The improvement of the production and quality: the case of wine production in the Eastern Lombardy during the 19th and 20th Centuries (provinces of Bergamo and Brescia); Paolo Tedeschi.-
9. Viniculture in the Italy of the Mezzadria (Tuscany, Umbria, Marche); Luca Mocarelli and Manuel Vaquero Pineiro.-
10. Viticulture and Winemaking in Abruzzo from the Unification of Italy to the Development of the Cooperation System; Dario Dell'Osa.-
11. Winegrowing in Slovenia in the 20th Century; Zarco Lazarevic.
Silvia A. Conca Messina is Assistant Professor in Economic History at the University of Milan "La Statale", Italy. Stephane Le Bras is Associate Professor in Contemporary History at the University of Clermont-Auvergne, France. Paolo Tedeschi is Associate Professor in Economic History at the University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy. Manuel Vaquero Pineiro is Associate Professor in Economic History at the University of Perugia, Italy.