The United States Wine Making

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The United States-Wine 22:10 The United States The New World -No indigenous wine tradition Wine introduced by European immigrants -Wines have no strong regional identity Varietally labeled Geographic appellation secondary  -Major wine producer-4 th -Geographically diverse Most parts are not suitable for vinifera Winter cold Pierce’s disease -No wine tradition -Varietally labeled wines -Generic wines red table wine Semi-generic wines -California Chablis  Wine production regulated by TTB chaptalization allowed
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no chaptalization in California 90%varietal labeling in Oregon  US Appellations American viticultural area AVA Wine type not controlled Geographic origin only Geographic distinction required Wine distinction not required  American Viticultural Areas Any size Multiple states Ohio river valley Single ranch Cole ranch  US Wine Labels Geographic Origin: Political Area -------------
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course VEN VEN 003 taught by Professor Waterhouse during the Fall '09 term at UC Davis.

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