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U of W - The World of Wines Week V

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World of Wines – Week V
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Topics for Week 5 – Beaujolais and  Burgundy Beaujolais – Location and Historical Perspective The Gamay grape and carbonic maceration The 12 Beaujolais Appellations 1.   Beaujolais 2.   Beaujolais Villages 3.   10 Cru’s The 4 key Cru’s The aromas of Beaujolais – Vials Wine Tasting – Flight 1 Food and Wine Pairing with Beaujolais
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Topics for Week 4 – Beaujolais and  Burgundy (cont’d) Burgundy – Location and Historical Perspective The grapes of Burgundy Explaining the AOC’s of Burgundy   1.   The wine quality pyramid   2.  AOC’s from south to north Wine Tasting – Flight 2 – White Burgundies The aromas of Red Burgundies – vials Wine Tasting – Red Burgundy
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Beaujolais – Historical  Perspective 1. First cultivated by the Romans beginning from  the mouth of the Rhone River 2. Benedictine Monks from the 7 th  century until  middle ages 3. 1395, Philippe the Bond outlawed Gamay grape  in Burgundy 4. 19 th  century – Paris was a lucrative market –  railroads 5. From 1936-1938, nine of the ten Beaujolais  Cru’s established 6. 1950’s in Paris – Beaujolais Nouveau catches  on 7. 1985 – Third Thursday of November  “Beaujolais Nouveau” Day 12:01AM
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