CaliMaps - production) with gently rolling hills. Important...

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Cali Central (San Juaqin) Valley : Hot summer low rainfall yields high sugar concentration and low acidity and flavor. Sandy soil makes phylloxera a nonfactor. Lodi, Woodbridge : Produce low cost, high quality wine at a high pproduction rate. Cooler than central valley so wines are better quality and more acidic. Central Coast : very cool. Good quality wines from Chalone, Salinas, Santa Cruz Mtns
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Central : Oakville, Rutherford, Stags Leap: Bordeaux styles, petit verdot, and cab franc Southern: Carneros : Burgundy style wines, some sparkling North : Great zinfandel
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Alexander Valley : Good Cab Sauv Dry Creek Valley : Good Russian River Valley : Burgundy Style Wines. River runs from interior to coast.
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Rhienhessed and Rheinpfalz: largest wine region (25% of
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Unformatted text preview: production) with gently rolling hills. Important variety: Muller-Thurgan. The South: Muscadina Rotundafolia is resistant to Pierce’s Disease The South: Vitis Aestivalis is important here The North: The concord grade (vitis labrusca) is used for jam and jelly South and west : Vitis rupestris is phylloxera resistant The Northeast: AVA lake erie, AVA Finger Lake has some vinifera (Riesling, chard, PN), AVA Hudson Lake is almost all hybrid, AVA Long Island has gootd merlot, petite verdot Wash: Get crown gall. Mostly concord,AVAs in Yakima Valley, Columbia Valley Oregon: Strict labeling, Chaptalization allowed, Varities: PN, PinGris, Chard. AVAs: Willamette, Rougue River, Columbia, Umpqua, Walla Walla...
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course VEN 003 taught by Professor Waterhouse during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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