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PART ONE/TWO/THREE:Course Policies, Reasoning and Purpose, Development of the course:-Exams (3)-Discussions (4)-Michigan state law Bill No. 4393-Development of the courseScientific Method:Question based background: must be quantifiable, measureableFormulate testable hypothesis: If______ (I do this)______, then_____(this)______ willhappenDesign experiments including controls:to compareIdentify assumptions: un-biased, identify assumptionsData critically analyzed:unbiased picked apartResults: critically analyzed results, results are statedDiscussion:explaining findings, last part is the conclusionConclusion:drawn from critical analysis of the dataVinho Verde (Young Wine) :Facts:-was put into a colored bottle even though it was a young wine, you don’t normally put effortmoney into it, not worried about light effects-early vinho verde has a wine fault malolactic fermentation, after wine was bottle, made it coudy,fizzy/spritzy, the CO2 imparted a spritz-Northern portugal-Young wine: light and fresh, drank within a year-Cheap-VInho Verde is not a grape varietal is aCAO= Cooperativa Allevatori Ovini-White wines: 8.5-11% alcohol-Vinho Alvarinho: 11.5-14% alcohol-Brix:Sugar content in the grapes (Sugar→ alcohol)- “ Frizzante” small bubbles-Regulations controlling production were largely set in 1926 (DOC)Recommend white grapesPermitted white grapesRecommended red grapesPermitted red grapesWine Fault/Bubbles:-Carbonic maceration(adding acid, brightness to wine):Wine fault: Malolactic Fermentation-Usually wine fault-Fizzy nature
-Artificial Carbonation: Now used because it is easy to be controlled, allows the wine to be clear,also malolactic fermentation sometimes smellsSingle varietal dry wines:-3 times the cost of Vinho Verde-minerally and increased acidity because of granite soil-not spritzy 12% alcohol-more modernScientific Method (peer review of literature):Submission to journal-Peer Reviewed Literature1.Write manuscript2.Journal (instructions)-editor-2 or 3 reviews not paid (anonymous)3.Initial screeningYes with few revisions - goes back to manuscript (1)No - then it's doneMaybe with significant revisions- goes back to manuscript (1)Review and publication process, purposeJournal decision making processNIH National Institutes of Health (grants 3-7% funded)NSF National Science FoundationSelecting a journalDepends on topic of articleCongress gives NIH (National Institutes of Health) Institutes:-NLM (National Library of Medicine)PubMed-NIMH (National Institute of Mental Health)-NILB (National Institute of Lung Blood)PART FOUR/FIVE/SIX:Michigan Black Star Farms Pinot Rose tasting: Up and coming in wineCepage: Grape compositionGrapes used for making champagneLabeledPinot Noir: Red grapeFragile, difficultPinot Meunier:Mutation of pinot noir ---> diff characteristics, darker, different bud set, vigorousgrape, thicker skinPinots--- are genetically connected the mutation gives meunier characteristics that winemakercan use to have both in the field (showcase noir, and meunier can blend and complement)Why blend

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