Lecture 15 - TEMPS 85-95 F SEE K:61-62 CARBONIC MACERATION...

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WINES THAT ARE PINK WINES THAT ARE PINK READING THE LABEL READING THE LABEL arapwine.com LEC 14 LEC 14
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SOAK hrs – Days Ros Ros é é Wine Production Two Ways: Wine Production Two Ways: 1. As a blush wine of a red varietal 2. As a blend of a white wine with a red wine
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“Rosé wines have garnered an unfair reputation among many American consumers mainly due to poorly made white Zinfandel. “ Delicious rosés Blanc de Pinot Noir Cabernet Blanc Vin Gris. American rosés from Many grapes Sangiovese Grenache Pinot Noir Syrah BLUSH WINES – BEST GRAPES
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CARBONIC MACERATION LOADING TANK WITH WHOLE GRAPE CLUSTERS
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Unformatted text preview: TEMPS 85-95 F SEE K:61-62 CARBONIC MACERATION LABEL REGULATIONS LABEL REGULATIONS Geographical Information Grape Origin Rule Political Name ( state,etc ) 75% AVA 85% Any CA place name 100% Ca grapes Any Oregon place name 100% OR grapes Vineyard designation 95% Estate bottled 100% LABEL REGULATIONS LABEL REGULATIONS Other Information Rule Grape variety 75% (CA)/90% (OR) Vintage 95% Produced & Bottled by 75% by Winery Made Bottled by <90% some place else Vinted & Bottled by Cellared & Bottled by Not made at Winery Reserved No legal meaning Alcohol Concentration <14%±1.5 >14%±1.0...
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2010 for the course CHEM 80H taught by Professor Crews during the Spring '09 term at University of California, Santa Cruz.

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Lecture 15 - TEMPS 85-95 F SEE K:61-62 CARBONIC MACERATION...

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