lecture 19 - VEN 3 Lecture 20 Announcements: Upcoming final...

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VEN 3 Lecture 20 Announcements: Upcoming final : Wednesday, June 8 at 1pm Final Exam: - Emphasis on material since midterm but may include terms from the first half of the quarter (example : why is cap management so important in the production of port? Question is really on port but you must know what ‘cap management’ is (which was taught the prior to midterm)) - Review sessions : Tuesday June 7, 1002 Geidt Hall 6-7pm - Bring a Scantron 2000 to the final exam Previous Lecture: The last lecture was a continuation of the wines of the New World, however specifically the United States. The professor talked about Oregon and California wines. Sensory Evaluation I. Sensory Evaluation A. For pleasure to reveal details B. For business to make decisions C. Detail are interesting 1. If you notice them 2. You may not notice them at first 3. Perceiving complexity comes with experience D. Beginning 1. People generally like a. Sweet b. White E. With experience 1. People generally like a. Dry b. Red II. How to Evaluate Wine
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This note was uploaded on 01/25/2012 for the course VEN VEN 003 taught by Professor Waterhouse during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.

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