introduction lecture 1 wine

introduction lecture 1 wine - Dr. Christian E. BUTZKE...

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Dr. Christian E. BUTZKE Associate Professor of Enology Department of Food Science [email protected]    765.494.6500    FS Room 1261 www.fs470.org 
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Wine: A Definition “Wine” signifies the juice of grapes  fermented by yeast and finished into an  alcoholic beverage. Wines made from other fruits must be  specifically labeled as such,  e.g., “apple wine” or “cherry wine”.
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The wine business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long-stemmed hallway where thieves and pimps run free and the weak die like dogs . .. So You Wannabe A Vintner? Hunter Thompson,  modified 
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Prof. Vernon L. Singleton, UC Davis  Purdue Outstanding Food Scientist Introduction “Wine is far more than just a  commodity or just a  food It contributes to sophisticated dining,  enhances and facilitates social  interaction; challenges the senses  and the intellect, and makes glad the  heart of the moderate and well- balanced man or woman.” 
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Eva & Joachim Butzke Verona, Italy April 7, 1962 Introduction
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Introduction
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Introduction Vi•ti•cul•ture –   n.: the cultivation  or culture of grapes   Enol•o•gy –  n.: a science that deals  with wine and wine making  
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Introduction
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Introduction 1965 2008
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42 France 32 California Iberia Indiana Latitude Comparison Latitude Comparison
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World Viticulture 50º 50º 20ºC 20ºC 10ºC 10ºC 10ºC 10ºC 20ºC 20ºC       50º 50º
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Regional Viticulture Europe
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Regional Viticulture United States
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Regional Viticulture United States
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Regional Viticulture
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Genus Vitis   A deciduous, woody plant which climbs  and supports itself by virtue of ‘tendrils’ Subgenus   -   euvitis   - True grapes, clusters of  fruit » Species   vinifera   labrusca   aestavalis -   muscadinia  – Clusters of 2 - 5 berries,        different number of chromosomes The Grape
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The Grapevine
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Tendrils
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The Rootstock
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The Vineyard
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  History   Geography   Statistics   Growing areas   Grape varieties   Wine styles
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