SPAIN AND PORTUGAL

SPAIN AND PORTUGAL - Spain Dr Christian E BUTZKE Food...

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Spain Portugal Food Science 470 Wine Appreciati on Dr. Christian E. BUTZKE Associate Professor of Enology Department of Food Science [email protected]    765.494.6500    FS Room 1261
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  History   Geography   Statistics   Growing areas   Grape varieties
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Iberian Peninsula ~ 1000 BCE Phoenicians  established  colonies,  planted vines  and made  wines in Spain  as early as  1000 BCE
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ca. 0100   History
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ca. 0100   History
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ca. 2007   History
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ca.1971   History
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ca. 2006   History
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-- Climate change is  "severe  and so sweeping that only  urgent, global action"  can  head it off, a United Nations  scientific panel said in a  report on global warming  issued Saturday, 11/17/07. 
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 R í as Baixas  Ribera del Duero  Rioja  Priorat  La Mancha  Duero-Porto  Madeira Featured Growing  Regions
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Grape  Acreage Thousands of  Acres REGION 2004/2000* 12. Australia 410 13. Greece* 323 14. Ukraine* 313 15.  South Africa* 293 16. Bulgaria* 278 17. Germany* 263 20. Croatia * 148 EUROPE 11,978 1. Spain 2,995 2. France 2,210 3. Italy 2,140 4. Turkey 1,475 5. China 1,125 6. USA 976 7. Iran 713 8. Portugal 610 9. Romania 575 10. Argentina 525 Includes table grapes and  raisins! 
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Wine  Production REGION 2004 2000 1990 1. France 1,210 1,519 1,733 2. Italy 1,136 1,363 1,448 3. Spain 1,067 1,102 1,020 4. USA 539 616 417 5. Argentina 349 330 370 6. China 296 N/A N/A 7. Australia 285 214 116 8. South Africa 235 182 238 9. Germany 217 259 225 10. Portugal 188 177 299 11. Chile 166 169 106 EUROPE 4,861 5,310 5,918 Millions of  Gallons
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Vineyard  Yields 1 .1 1 .6 3 .5 4 .1 7 .9 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Spain Portugal France I taly USA Tons/Acr e
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Regulation s  Irrigation  Varietals  Aging Requirements  Gran Reserva (5 years total/2 barrel/3- bottle)  Reserva (3 years total/1+ barrel/2- bottle)  Crianza (2 years total/1 barrel/1 bottle)  Top 15 = 75%  1st year only vs. DI/PRD
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 France AOC Appellation d‘Origine Contr ô l é e     Germany QbA   Qualit ä tswein bestimmter Anbaugebiete  Italy DOC Denominazione di Origine Controllata   Portugal DOC Denomina çã o de Origem Controlada         Spain DO Denominaci ó n de Origen  Appellation Control 
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  • Spring '10
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  • Spanish wine, Port wine, Priorato DOQ Priorat, Rías Baixas Ribera del Duero Rioja Priorat La Mancha DueroPorto Madeira, DOCa Priorato DOQ

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