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HMGT4300 - Food & Wine Paring-Taste & Sensory Analysis-Alcoholism.pdf

HMGT4300 - Food & Wine Paring-Taste & Sensory Analysis-Alcoholism.pdf

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2/19/18 1 HMGT 4300.001, 003 & 501 SURVEY OF BEVERAGES IN THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY Dr. Leta Durrett Department of Hospitality & Tourism Management Office: Chilton Hall 359 – Foyer Area Office hours: Monday & Tuesday prior to class or by appointment) E-Mail: [email protected] Agenda Review Factors Affecting Wine Style, Quality, and Price Food and Wine Pairing Alcohol Laws of Texas Alcoholism REVIEW Review 1. The first step of the tasting process is: A. Nose B. Palate C. Appearance D. Spit or swallow Review 2. The third step the tasting process is: A. Nose B. Palate C. Appearance D. Sight Review 3. The best way to remember a wine’s personality is to make an association of the aromas and flavors. A. True B. False
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2/19/18 2 Review 4. The tip of the tongue is the tasting zone for bitterness. A. True B. False Review The older the vine, the better the quality of the wine, in most cases, if the vines are healthy. A. True B. False Factors Affecting Wine Style, Quality, and Price Grape Variety Particular vines with desirable characteristics E.g., pleasant flavor, high yields, resistance to disease Determines a large part of the character of a wine Flavor Color Level of sugar Acidity Tannins Environment A vine needs carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) , sunlight , water , warmth , and nutrients to grow grapes Climate Describes temperatures, rainfall, sunshine Determined by latitude , altitude , and the oceans Divides wine regions into Hot – more alcohol, fuller body, more tannin, less acidity Moderate Cool – less alcohol, lighter body, less tannin, more acidity Environment Latitude, Altitude, and Water
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2/19/18 3 Environment Weather – affect wine’s style and quality Temperature Rain, hail, wind, frost Sunlight Source of energy Regions far away from equator – slopes Water Come from rain, ground, or irrigation Soil: Gravel or chalk (drain water quickly) Environment Warmth Needed for the production of sugars Temperature zone: Between 30 0 – 50 0 from equator Soil – absorb or reflect warmth Environment Warmth Needed for the production of sugars
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