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Wine Day ( Day 3 Assessment)
Sparkling Wine:
Whites/Pinot Grigio:
Sauvignon Blanc:
Chardonnay:
Chandon "Brut"... Chandon "Rose"
Beringer White Zinfandel (House)... Jacob's Creek Moscato... Chatea…
Marryvale "Starmont"... "Attitude" by Pascal Jolivet... Kim Crawford
La Terre (House)... William Hill... J. Lohr "Riverstone"... Kendall Ja…
Sparkling Wine:
Chandon "Brut"... Chandon "Rose"
Whites/Pinot Grigio:
Beringer White Zinfandel (House)... Jacob's Creek Moscato... Chatea…
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Wines Day 3
Ruffino Pinot Grigio
Cavit Pinot Grigio
Bonterra Sauvignon Blanc
RM Woodbridge Chard
Yellow peel fruits/chicken, salmon
Floral fruits scents, light, crisp/chicken, veal, cream sauces
Grapefruit, melon, tart finish/chicken, vegetables, shrimp
Citrus, apples, orange blossom/salads, chicken, seafood
Ruffino Pinot Grigio
Yellow peel fruits/chicken, salmon
Cavit Pinot Grigio
Floral fruits scents, light, crisp/chicken, veal, cream sauces
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Day 3: South American Wines
Name the six major wine regions of Chi…
Name the region in which Casablanca is…
Name the region in which Maipo is loca…
Name the 4 sub-regions of Valle Central
Aconcagua**:: Casablanca (sauv b and chard, cool), , Valle Ce…
Aconcagua: Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, (…
Valle Central, Carmenere & bigger Bordeaux styles
Maipo, Repel, Corico, Mao
Name the six major wine regions of Chi…
Aconcagua**:: Casablanca (sauv b and chard, cool), , Valle Ce…
Name the region in which Casablanca is…
Aconcagua: Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Pinot Noir, (…
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Wine Day 4
Santa Cristina Sangiovese
Ruffino Chianti
Straccali Chianti
Barbera d' Asti
Ripe fruit, flower notes/pizzas, tomato sauces
Pleasantly fruity, harmonious/tomato sauces, versatile
ripe red fruit, velvety/red meat, pasta, chicken
...
Santa Cristina Sangiovese
Ripe fruit, flower notes/pizzas, tomato sauces
Ruffino Chianti
Pleasantly fruity, harmonious/tomato sauces, versatile
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Day 4: Wine
Dolce Collini (Sparkling Wine)
Chandon (Sparkling Wine)
Crossings (White Wine)
Lost Angel (White Wine)
Varietal: Prosecco Italy... Pear, fruit on the nose, attitude ad…
Varietal: Brut California... Classic balance typifies this refre…
Varietal: Sauv Blanc... The color is similar to a light straw sh…
Varietal: Moscato... rich with flavors of orange peel, violets a…
Dolce Collini (Sparkling Wine)
Varietal: Prosecco Italy... Pear, fruit on the nose, attitude ad…
Chandon (Sparkling Wine)
Varietal: Brut California... Classic balance typifies this refre…
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Wine Day 2
Delicato Chardonnay
Delicato Merlot
Asti Spumante
Korbel Brut
pears, apples and citrus/chicken, fish and cream sauces
cherry, vanilla, toasty notes/meat and pasta dishes
Peaches/desserts
spicy fruit flavors, light, crisp/chicken and seafood
Delicato Chardonnay
pears, apples and citrus/chicken, fish and cream sauces
Delicato Merlot
cherry, vanilla, toasty notes/meat and pasta dishes
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Wines Day 1
Vitaculture
Viniculture
vinitera
labrassa
Science and Practice of growing grapes.
Science and Practice of making wine.
Species of Vine came from Europe. Higher quality.
Species Of Vine. Native American (also Vitis rotundifolia, Ri…
Vitaculture
Science and Practice of growing grapes.
Viniculture
Science and Practice of making wine.
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Day 1 Wine/Food
Tenzing Dr. Loosen Riesling (white)... G…
Jezebel Riesling (white)... Pam Walden/U…
Scott Arroyo Seco Chardonnay (white)…
True Myth Paso Robles Cabernet Sauvign…
Organic, crisp acidity, can pair with anything except red mea…
Riesling blend between 4 grapes, but mainly blended between G…
Our higher end Chardonnay. 100% Chardonnay... Creamy, oaky, not…
This is a cabernet blended with merlot.... From Napa Valley. ... Bo…
Tenzing Dr. Loosen Riesling (white)... G…
Organic, crisp acidity, can pair with anything except red mea…
Jezebel Riesling (white)... Pam Walden/U…
Riesling blend between 4 grapes, but mainly blended between G…
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Day 4 Wine Test
What is the difference between caberne…
What is pinot noir? Describe the diffe…
How many ounces do we pour in a glass…
Recommend a bottle of wine with a reas…
Other than the difference in grape, zinfandel is typically bo…
Lightest bodied red wine; soft, purple color, low tannic, som…
Seven
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What is the difference between caberne…
Other than the difference in grape, zinfandel is typically bo…
What is pinot noir? Describe the diffe…
Lightest bodied red wine; soft, purple color, low tannic, som…
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Wine question of the day
Where is Nahe?
What does Trocken mean?
Do they make red wine in Germany?
What is special about the Rheingau?
South of the Rhine and north of Pfalz. The Nahe is a river of…
Dry in German. In the QwA system indicates a dry wine
Yes:... • Spätburgunder (Pinot noir) - Grown in Rheingau, Pfalz,…
An immense 20 mile long south-facing bank between the Taunus…
Where is Nahe?
South of the Rhine and north of Pfalz. The Nahe is a river of…
What does Trocken mean?
Dry in German. In the QwA system indicates a dry wine
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day 3 test- white wines, sandwiches, burgers, lunch items,
champagne & sparkling
moet & chandon
pinot grigio
champagnola
light-bodied & effervescent. champagne must be produced in ch…
blend of white fruits ... -champagne, france
light bodied, dry & crisp. pairs with fish & chicken
pinot grigio... -dry, crisp green apple
champagne & sparkling
light-bodied & effervescent. champagne must be produced in ch…
moet & chandon
blend of white fruits ... -champagne, france
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Day 2 Wines
Sparkling
Chardonnay
Sauvignon Blanc
Rose & More whites
Schramsberg (California), Domaine Chandon (Napa/ Sonoma), Lan…
Newton (North Coast), Patz & hall (Sonoma Coast), Mer soleil…
Whitehall Lane (Napa), Fournier (Sancerre, France), Dog Point…
Livon Pinot Grigio (Italy), JJ Prum Riesling (Germany), Paul…
Sparkling
Schramsberg (California), Domaine Chandon (Napa/ Sonoma), Lan…
Chardonnay
Newton (North Coast), Patz & hall (Sonoma Coast), Mer soleil…
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Days of wine & roses
Process addiction
Substance addiction
withdrawal
tolerance
an addiction to an activity or process
an addiction to a drug
an unpleasant effect, opposite of how a drug made the user fe…
a decrease in effect develops as user continues to take drug
Process addiction
an addiction to an activity or process
Substance addiction
an addiction to a drug
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Dandelion Wine 3
pinch
bent
cellar
lay
щипок/щипатися
вигнутий
погріб
класти. положити/прошарок
pinch
щипок/щипатися
bent
вигнутий
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Day 5 Bar 101 Spirits & Wine
Name 3 Vodkas we carry
Name 3 Gins we carry
Name 3 Bourbons/Whiskey we carry
Name 3 Tequila's we carry
Tito's, Grey Goose,
Bombay Sapphire, Tanquerey, Hendricks, Watershed Four Peel.
OKI, Woodford Reserve, Knob Creek, Bulliet Rye, Bulliet Bourb…
Patron, Don Julio, 1800.
Name 3 Vodkas we carry
Tito's, Grey Goose,
Name 3 Gins we carry
Bombay Sapphire, Tanquerey, Hendricks, Watershed Four Peel.
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Day 6 Teamwork - Wine service
What should you tell a guest that orde…
What is the pour size of a glass of wi…
What is the pour size of a port?
How should wine glasses be held when s…
At J. Alexander's we typically open wine bottles at the bar f…
7 ounces
3 ounces
Held at the stem.
What should you tell a guest that orde…
At J. Alexander's we typically open wine bottles at the bar f…
What is the pour size of a glass of wi…
7 ounces
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wine Chapters 3-8
culprits of Instability
Heat instability cause
Cold Instability cause
solubility product (SP)
Cold stability, heat stability
Proteins=Turbidity
Potassium Bitartrate=sediment
Amount of a substance that can be dissolved in a solution
culprits of Instability
Cold stability, heat stability
Heat instability cause
Proteins=Turbidity
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Dandelion Wine list #3
desiccation
vintage
ominous
perpetual
dried up
of the best
foreboding; baleful
continuing forever
desiccation
dried up
vintage
of the best
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JWF Wine 3
Amalaya Malbec
Marc Bredif Chinon
Castiglion del Bosco Rosso di Montalcino
Lyric by Etude Pinot Noir
Salta, Argentina... Medium bodied, blackberry and jammy
Loire, France... Medium bodied, dried tobacco, violets, and pep…
Tuscany, Italy... Light bodied, bright with red cherry
Santa Barbara, California... Medium bodied, bright with black c…
Amalaya Malbec
Salta, Argentina... Medium bodied, blackberry and jammy
Marc Bredif Chinon
Loire, France... Medium bodied, dried tobacco, violets, and pep…
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Dandelion Wine Set #3
intricate
cavernous
proprietary
ominous
having many complex patterns
cave like
one that owns or holds the right to something
foreboding or baleful
intricate
having many complex patterns
cavernous
cave like
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Beer and Wine Exam #3
7000 BCE
Assyria
symposia (600 to 500 BCE)
wine jug
What year was the earliest archaeological evidence of wine fo…
King Ashurnasirpal II of ___ had wine has his party
a large party with lots of wine, philosophical debate and no…
an oinochoe is an ancient____
7000 BCE
What year was the earliest archaeological evidence of wine fo…
Assyria
King Ashurnasirpal II of ___ had wine has his party
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The History of Wine, Ven 3
fruit collected from wild vines
10,000 years ago
Mediterranean
Phoenicians
Before grapevines were domesticated and cultivated, wine was…
evidence of winemaking spans from
first evidence of grape cultivation dating back to 6,000 year…
earliest culture in which wine was an important item of trade
fruit collected from wild vines
Before grapevines were domesticated and cultivated, wine was…
10,000 years ago
evidence of winemaking spans from
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wine chapter #3
whole cluster fermentation
Bleeding
Maceration or cold soak
Open fermentation
remove stems and leave mostly whole berries, longer and slowe…
removing a portion of the juice from the freshly crushed grap…
grapes are crushed into a sealable container and then chilled…
.allow for dissipation of heat generated... .allow ethanol to es…
whole cluster fermentation
remove stems and leave mostly whole berries, longer and slowe…
Bleeding
removing a portion of the juice from the freshly crushed grap…
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3. Milk & Cookies Food & Wine Pairing Basics
Step one....Milk and Cookies!
Why milk and cookies go so well togeth…
The three basic principles to food and…
Principal #1
Whether you know it or not you have actually been pairing foo…
What is the reason so many people grew up eating milk and coo…
Compare, Contrast and Collaborate.
-Compare- ... This is probably the most well know method as its…
Step one....Milk and Cookies!
Whether you know it or not you have actually been pairing foo…
Why milk and cookies go so well togeth…
What is the reason so many people grew up eating milk and coo…
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Wine Study 3
What is wine?
What is fermentation?
What is yeast?
What do yeast need to live?
drink made from the fermented juice of freshly-picked grapes
a natural process caused by yeast
microscopic organisms that live naturally alongside grapes in…
yeast feed on sugar as found in grape juice converting into a…
What is wine?
drink made from the fermented juice of freshly-picked grapes
What is fermentation?
a natural process caused by yeast
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the wine industry 3
acidity
aftertaste
balance
blend
Säuregrad
Abgang
Ausgewogenheit
Verschnitt
acidity
Säuregrad
aftertaste
Abgang
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Dandelion Wine #3
desiccation
vintage
ominous
perpetual
dried up
of the best
foreboding or baleful
continuing forever
desiccation
dried up
vintage
of the best
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Dandelion Wine list #3
intricate
paraphernalia
primordial
cavernous
having many complex , interrelating
personal belongings, real/personal property
earliest form; or first created
cave like
intricate
having many complex , interrelating
paraphernalia
personal belongings, real/personal property
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Lecture 3: History of Wine
beer
wine
Greece
Dionysis
can be made year round, can be made at home easily, 3% alcoho…
four years in a vineyard to produce fruit; restricted to an a…
wine was drunk by all classes in this ancient civilization
god of the harvest, winemaking, and ritual ecstasy
beer
can be made year round, can be made at home easily, 3% alcoho…
wine
four years in a vineyard to produce fruit; restricted to an a…
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Wine Test 3
Argentina wine market
Food and wine of Argentina
Argentina geography
Argentina climate
-Largest suitable Viticulture land in South America... -5th larg…
-National dish is beef... -Spanish and Italian influence... -Malbec…
-Atlantic to the east... -Andes to the west... -Similar climate to…
-continental... -hot summers/cool night... -lacks humidity... -grapes…
Argentina wine market
-Largest suitable Viticulture land in South America... -5th larg…
Food and wine of Argentina
-National dish is beef... -Spanish and Italian influence... -Malbec…
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Dandelion Wine #3
desiccation
ominous
intricate
cavernous
dried up
foreboding or baleful
having many complex, interrelating parts
cave like
desiccation
dried up
ominous
foreboding or baleful
10 terms
Dandelion Wine list #3
intricate
cavernous
proprietary
ominous
having many complex, interrelating parts
cave like
one that owns or holds the right to something
foreboding or baleful
intricate
having many complex, interrelating parts
cavernous
cave like
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Dandelion Wine list 3
intracate
cavernous
dessication
ominous
complicated; having many related details or parts (adj)
Like a large cave in size or darkness
drying out
Menacing; threatening
intracate
complicated; having many related details or parts (adj)
cavernous
Like a large cave in size or darkness
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Wine Lab #3
astringency
tannin
astringent foods
Italian scientists found on pairing as…
mouth feeling not flavor... come from tannins from the ... seeds... st…
dry or rough... constrict blood flow to mucosal membranes and ma…
artichokes, walnuts, and green beans, chocolate has tanins
tannins bind less to salivary protein when ... -alcohol higher i…
astringency
mouth feeling not flavor... come from tannins from the ... seeds... st…
tannin
dry or rough... constrict blood flow to mucosal membranes and ma…
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Exam 3 Beer Wine
Earliest archaeological evidence for w…
Which of the following trends in wine…
The most common/ best known California…
Which state is responsible for the cas…
7000 BCE
Decrease in merlot consumption
Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay
California
Earliest archaeological evidence for w…
7000 BCE
Which of the following trends in wine…
Decrease in merlot consumption
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3.4 Wine
Sparkling Wines
Chardonnay
Sauvignon Blanc
Riesling
1. Kenwood, "Yulupa", Brut, Sonoma... 2. Tiziano, Prosecco, Ital…
1. Brigantine, Sonoma... 2. La Crema, Sonoma... 3. Sonoma Cutrer, R…
1. Echo Bay, New Zealand... 2. Sterling, Napa (bottle only)
1. JLohr, California... 2. Kung Fu Girl, Washington
Sparkling Wines
1. Kenwood, "Yulupa", Brut, Sonoma... 2. Tiziano, Prosecco, Ital…
Chardonnay
1. Brigantine, Sonoma... 2. La Crema, Sonoma... 3. Sonoma Cutrer, R…
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Pairing Food and wine 3
DOP
1-4 ... 3 (36months)
red cow... super parm
rennet
Cheese used ___ instead of DOCG
againg cheese is anywhere from ______ years... best is __
baca rossa, cheese from them is called
naturally occurring enzyme from baby cow
DOP
Cheese used ___ instead of DOCG
1-4 ... 3 (36months)
againg cheese is anywhere from ______ years... best is __
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Wine Quiz #3
pulp percentage
seeds percentage
stems and pedicel percentage
skins percentage
65 to 80
0 to 10
2 to 6
5 to 12
pulp percentage
65 to 80
seeds percentage
0 to 10
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Wine Quiz #3
pulp percentage
seeds percentage
stems and pedicel percentage
Skin percentage
65 to 80
0 to 10
2 to 6
5% - 12%
pulp percentage
65 to 80
seeds percentage
0 to 10
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Food and Wine <3
Three different types of wine glasses
5 steps to of wine tasting
Sight
The nose of wine
Flute, Calice vino bianco, Calice vino rosso
see, swirl, smell, sip, savor (spit)
clear (clean), brightness (acidity), color (age), viscosity (…
To describe the nose (aroma) of wine, we compare our sensoria…
Three different types of wine glasses
Flute, Calice vino bianco, Calice vino rosso
5 steps to of wine tasting
see, swirl, smell, sip, savor (spit)
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Wine Quiz 2/3
What four sense does a good wine please?
Name 3 wine descriptors.
Name 1 reason a white wine might have…
What are the four tastes a tongue can…
Taste... Smell... Sight... Touch
Sweetness... Acidity... Tannin... Body... Complexity... Bouquet... Flavor
Aging method... Skins... Age... Different grape varieties
Bitter, Sweet, Sour, Salt
What four sense does a good wine please?
Taste... Smell... Sight... Touch
Name 3 wine descriptors.
Sweetness... Acidity... Tannin... Body... Complexity... Bouquet... Flavor
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Wine regions (lecture 3)
Italy
Italy's wine contribution
Italy's top 3 regions
DOCG
the worlds largest wine producer by volume
45-50 million hl per year, 1/3 the global production
Veneto - 17.7% production for Valpolicella... Piedmont - 17.1% f…
follows DOC requirements, but the stylistic authenticity is g…
Italy
the worlds largest wine producer by volume
Italy's wine contribution
45-50 million hl per year, 1/3 the global production
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New World Wines Day 2: California
State 2 AVA's in Monterey
State 2 AVAs in Santa Barbara
State 1 AVA in San Luis Obispo
Define Meritage
Monterey,... Santa Lucia Highlands,... Arroyo Secco.
Santa Maria Valley,... Santa Ynez Valley.
Paso Robles
A blend of bordeaux varieties
State 2 AVA's in Monterey
Monterey,... Santa Lucia Highlands,... Arroyo Secco.
State 2 AVAs in Santa Barbara
Santa Maria Valley,... Santa Ynez Valley.
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New World Wines Day 1: Northern California
State the major wine regions of Califo…
State what agency regulates the US win…
State the USA required percentage for…
State the USA required percentage for…
North Coast, Central Coast, South Coast, Central Valley, & Si…
Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) (Treasury Department)
75% everywhere except Oregon (90%) & (AVA) 85%
95%
State the major wine regions of Califo…
North Coast, Central Coast, South Coast, Central Valley, & Si…
State what agency regulates the US win…
Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) (Treasury Department)
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Wines and Vines Prelim 3
titratable acidity
typical pH/TA red
typical pH/TA white
low pH preference
concentration of all available hydrogen ions... as __ increases…
pH: 3.3-3.6... TA: 5.5-7
pH: 3.1-3.4... TA: 7-8.5... **more acidic
decreases spoilage risk... reduce growing... fresh fruity flavor... de…
titratable acidity
concentration of all available hydrogen ions... as __ increases…
typical pH/TA red
pH: 3.3-3.6... TA: 5.5-7
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Wine Quiz Phase 3
Explain a progressive wine list.
Name two factors that determine a wine…
Name the two most widely cultivated gr…
What variety of grape is most planted…
A wine list arranged, in a each varietal, from lightest to mo…
Climate, soil, variety and how its grown.
Chardonnay and pinot noir
Merlot
Explain a progressive wine list.
A wine list arranged, in a each varietal, from lightest to mo…
Name two factors that determine a wine…
Climate, soil, variety and how its grown.
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Phase 3 Wine
Explain a progressive wine list.
Name two factors that determine a wine…
Name the two most widely cultivated gr…
What variety of grape is most planted…
A wine list arranged, in each varietal, from lightest to most…
Variety and how it is grown, climate, soil, winemaker's inten…
Chardonnay and pinot noir
Merlot
Explain a progressive wine list.
A wine list arranged, in each varietal, from lightest to most…
Name two factors that determine a wine…
Variety and how it is grown, climate, soil, winemaker's inten…
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3) Wine Making
Parts of the Grape
How do you determine a grape is ready…
Phenolic Ripeness
Sugar Ripeness
1) Skin: color, tannin, flavor... 2) Pulp: water, sugar, acid, f…
- Phenolic ripeness... - Sugar ripeness
affects flavor and is measured by tasting skins/ pips
measured through must weight (affects alcohol level) ... -Takes…
Parts of the Grape
1) Skin: color, tannin, flavor... 2) Pulp: water, sugar, acid, f…
How do you determine a grape is ready…
- Phenolic ripeness... - Sugar ripeness
44 terms
Beer and Wine Exam #3
Symposium (symposia-p)
Convivium
Origins of Vintning
The Federal Gov't and Labeling
-600-500 BCE: Greeks started drinking wine to differentiate t…
-100 BCE: Romans further the Greek advances in wine quality +…
-7000 BCE: earliest archaeological evidence of wine productio…
-Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trad Bureau (dept. of treasury)…
Symposium (symposia-p)
-600-500 BCE: Greeks started drinking wine to differentiate t…
Convivium
-100 BCE: Romans further the Greek advances in wine quality +…
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Wine Exam 3
South Africa Wines
South Africa Major Whites
South Africa Major Reds
South Africa Wine Regions
New vineyards... 1/3 replanted since 1994... 250,000 acres of viney…
Chenin Blanc... Sauv Blanc... Chard
Bordeaux blends... Shiraz/Syrah... Cab. Sauv. ... Pinotage
Western Cape & Northern Cape... Most Important: Coastal Region... C…
South Africa Wines
New vineyards... 1/3 replanted since 1994... 250,000 acres of viney…
South Africa Major Whites
Chenin Blanc... Sauv Blanc... Chard
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