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winemaking lecture 4 wine

winemaking lecture 4 wine - Dr Christian E BUTZKE Associate...

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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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 Harvesting  Destemming/Crushing  Pressing  Fermentations  Sulfur Dioxide  Barrels/Aging  Stabilizing/Filtration  Bottling/Corks
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Grapes are grown in the vineyard. Grapes are grown in the vineyard. Wine is made in the winery. Wine is made in the winery. Anonymous Winemaker Napa Valley, 2000
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Sakonnet Vineyards
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161-168  Chardonnay 1993 152-160  Gew ü rztraminer 1993 147-151  Gew ü rztraminer 1997 146         Pinot Gris 1997 & 1998 142-145  Pinot noir 1997 140-141  Pinot noir 1999 139         Lemberger 1999 135-138  Lemberger 1994 & 1998 130-134  Cabernet Sauvignon 1993 & 1995 113-129  Chancellor 1993 169-170  Chardonnay 1997  103-111  Pinot noir 1989  102         Merlot 1989  101         Cabernet franc 1989   95-100  Cabernet franc 1991   85-  94  Gew ü rztraminer 1989 172-178  Vidal blanc 179-183  Vidal blanc 1996 184-190  Vidal blanc 1998 191-207  Vidal blanc 1996 205-218 Chardonnay “old" Chardonnay 1989 56- 59  Vidal blanc 48- 55  Vidal blanc 1989 41- 47  Vidal blanc 28- 40  Vidal blanc 1989 20- 27  Cabernet franc 1991  8- 19  Gew ü rztraminer 2001  3-  7  Cabernet franc 1996 & 1997  0-  2  Cabernet franc 1996 & 1997  1- 7  Vidal blanc 1989   8- 30  Chardonnay  61- 75  Vidal blanc  31- 39  Chardonnay 1997  40- 45  Merlot 1998  46- 60  Cabernet franc 1998 79- 84  Chardonnay 76- 78  Chardonnay 1990 75        Chardonnay 72- 74  Vidal blanc 69- 71  Pinot noir 65- 68  Pinot noir 1989 62- 64  Pinot noir 60        Vidal blanc 61        Reds Trial  L Estate Vineyards
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A scientific definition: A scientific definition: Wine Quality Wine Quality “A composite response derived from all sensory properties and based on previous experience with a wide variety of wines.”
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