AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND by amanda stewart

AUSTRALIA AND NEW - AUSTRA LIA Wines of Australia and New Zealand Click to edit Master subtitle style FS 470 26 April 2010 Amanda Stewart PhD

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/10/10 Wines of Australia and New Zealand FS 470 26 April 2010 Amanda Stewart, PhD Student Purdue Enology Lab AUSTRA LIA NEW ZEALAND
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5/10/10 Amanda Stewart PhD student starting 6/2010, Purdue Food Science Dept, Enology Lab Purdue ABE grad, 2004, Food & Biofuels focus Certificate in Winemaking UC Davis 2008 Wine Industry 2008 – present Willamette Valley, Oregon
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5/10/10 Today’s Class Introduction and history of the region Wine production statistics New Zealand growing regions, case study Australia growing regions, case study Looking to the future: technology and production trends Labor, jobs, working harvest
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5/10/10 Australia and New Zealand
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5/10/10 Australia and New Zealand
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5/10/10 History, timeline for AUS 1616, Dutch arrive in Western Australia 1770 Captain James Cook lands in Eastern AUS, claims it for Britain 1788, Captain Arthur Phillip imports first vines from Brazil and the Cape of Good Hope 1833, James Busby brings wide www.wineaustralia. com
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5/10/10 History, timeline for NZ Abel Tasman voyage of 1642 1770, Captain Cook names Cloudy Bay 1836, James Busby planted experimental vineyards at Waitangi 1851, NZ’s oldest vineyard established by the Catholic Church at Hawke’s Bay
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5/10/10 Australia and New Zealand are Beer Drinking Nations
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5/10/10
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5/10/10 Per Capita Wine Consumption 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Wine Consumption Per Capita (Liters)
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5/10/10 Population and Land Area AUS 22 million people 2.9 million square miles 7.3 people/square mile NZ 4.3 million people 103,000 square miles 42 people/square mile
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5/10/10 Rank Country HL in 2008 1 Italy 51500 2 France 45692 3 Spain 36781 4 USA 24274 5 Argentina 15013 6 Australia 14750 7 China 14500 8 Germany 10363 9 South Africa 10300 10 Chile 8690 22 New Zealand 1300 World Wine Production Stats http://www.wineinstitute.org/resources/worldstatistic
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5/10/10 Export/Domestic Comparison FS470 Lecture, Australia/New Zealand,
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5/10/10 Bulk Wine Australia and New Zealand deliver excellent value through bulk wine Exported in bulk containers and bottled/packaged in destination country
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5/10/10 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Production Volume total production (ML)
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5/10/10 Statistics – Vineyard Acreage 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Vineyard Acreage Year Acres under vine New Zealand  Winegrowers Wine Australia
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 5/10/10 New Zealand is a Relatively Small Producer 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Tonnage in NZ Compared to NW US tons crushed in 2008 (tons) New Zealand  Winegrowers Wine America.org
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 5/10/10 New World = New Wine Styles
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This note was uploaded on 05/07/2010 for the course FS 470 taught by Professor Christianbutzke during the Spring '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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