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Announcements 1. Group project: One paper and PowerPoint  presentation 2. Presentations: 10 minutes duration 3. Details of “Share our strength-taste of the  Nation. Thursday, 29 th  April, AT&T park Regular class- essay 2 graded Numbers for tasting on May 10 th  (here at SFSU) Online class- will be posted by tomorrow  (Tuesday)
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Presentation schedule Group AB (6:50- 7:00) Andrea Bernarte, Colton Cruse, Hoi Lei, Sandra Ovadia, Josephine Siu, Christine Tsang, Alyssa Uslaner Group AC (7:05- 7:15) Harmony Farhadi, Rong Huang, Matthew Shih Group A (7:20- 7:30) Alexandra Arroyo, Teresa De La Cruz, Jessica Kilburn, Tara Lewis, Toni Rose Panlilio, Ann- Marie Pawlicki Group B (7:35- 7:45) Raymond Capiaux, Holly Hoffman, Carrie Holliday, Shaoyung Hu, Weiyue Mo, Thomas Obrien, Group C (7:50- *8:00) Jianhui Bi, Ying-Fang Chen, Christine Chung, Colton Cruse, Megan Oien, Ruby Yan
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Old world France, Italy, Spain & Portugal,  Germany, Central Europe
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French wine laws Vin de table Vin de pays (important new element in  worldwide wine market) Vin Delimite de Qualit é  Superiore  ( VDQS) Apellation d’Origine Controlee  (AOC) specific legal provisions Grand Cru; Premier Cru
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BORDEAUX Largest  fine wine region  in the world 250,000 acres of  vineyards Over 60,000,000 bottles  of wine 57 appellations Known mostly for dry  reds, but dry and sweet  whites as well as roses  are also made Bordeaux rouge most  important 
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Chateau estate under single ownership  over 7,000 of them  Negociant - agent buys grapes from other  vineyards and makes the wine their own cellar En Primeur sales- Futures Cannot legally irrigate in Bordeaux Maritime climate
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Grape Types Authorized  Red grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc,  Petit Verdot, Malbec, Carmenere. White grapes Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon, Muscadet
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BURGUNDY Main Sub regions: Chablis,  Cote d’Or (Cote de Nuits and Cote de  Beaune)  Cote Chalonnaise  Macconnais
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5 Premier Crus    Chateau Lafite Chauteau Latour Chateau Mouton- Rothschild Chateau Margeaux Chateau Haut-Brion 
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Grape Varieties RED   Pinot Noir  Gamay WHITE Chardonnay Aligot é
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Viticulture- makes and bottles own wine Courtier- Agent who produces wine on  behalf of negociant Negociant- Blends wines from # of  growers and makes their own 99 distinct appellations 
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APELLATIONS Regional- region or district name on label Village- village name on label Premier Cru Vineyard – village name plus  vineyard on label Grand Cru Vineyard- vineyard name only  on label
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Chablis  Closer to Paris than  rest of Burgundy Limestone over clay Susceptible late frost
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C ô te D’Or C ô te de Nuit (Red) 3700 acres 2.5% of burgundy 
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