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VEN 3 Lecture 14 Announcements: None Previous Lecture: The last lecture (Tuesday’s lecture) was about the wines of France (Part 1), as well as appellations (the origin of wines). Specific varieties of wine we focused on are Burgundy, Beaujolais, and Chablis. Today’s lecture is a continuation of the wines of France. Wines of France Part II I. Bordeaux A. Milder Temperature than Burgundy (due to marine influence) 1. Moderated by the Atlantic 2. Some cool summers so they sometimes chaptalize(add sugar) B. Vineyards much larger than Burgundy C. Different inheritance customs b/c of British history 1. British inheritance laws : oldest male child inherited everything 2. Larger land holdings than Burgundy ( Burgundy had plots of land divided by many people, since ALL siblings inherited a piece of land) D. Usually a varietal blend 1. Reds : Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot (2 other varieties but the professor only wants us to know these main 3) a. Compared to Burgundy : 1. More color 2. More tannin 3. Less alcohol 4. More drying sensation in mouth
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