7 - VEN 3 Lecture 7 Announcements: For the first half of...

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VEN 3 Lecture 7 Announcements: For the first half of the class, the professor lectured on sparkling wines. The second half of the class was dedicated to taking the quiz on the material that we learned so far. Quiz: Today, Tuesday, April 19 th Previous Lecture: The previous lecture was about making table wine. The differences between the process of making red, white, and blush wines were discussed. Sparkling Wines I. Why Do They Sparkle? A. Sparkling wine is often called champagne 1. Champagne is a region in northern France known for its sparkling wines 2. Champagne can only be named in the U.S. with the region it was made a. example “California Champagne” 3. Discovered by Dom Perignon 4. Most likely was a stuck fermentation that stopped in the winter, resumed in spring B. Sparkles because it is dissolved CO2 held under pressure 1. Sparkling wine = 2 nd fermentation in a closed container to prevent the CO2 from escaping 2. CO2 soluble at high pressure, low temperature, high alcohol
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