Chapter 6 Qs

Chapter 6 Qs - Jenece Johnson Bar & Beverage cfw_Thur....

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Jenece Johnson Chapter 6 Q’s 1. What are the four basic factors that go into making any type of wine? Which of these four factors do you think is the most important, and why? Which is the least important, and why? a. The four basic factors are the grapes, the soil, the weather, and the winemaker combining to turn the same basic product into an infinite variety of forms. The climate is the most important because a warmer climate produces riper grapes at harvest, this produces more alcohol. The least important is the soil, it really does not matter what type of soil you use, but just be sure it is moist enough to grow the grapes. 2. What does a wine’s vintage tell you? Is the vintage date related to the quality of the wine? If so, how? a. The vintage is the year in which the grapes were picked and the wine making process began for that bottle. 3. What do the skins of the grape have to do with the final wine product?
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2011 for the course CUL 202A taught by Professor Gregwade during the Winter '11 term at Baker MI.

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