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VEN 3 Lecture 18 Announcements: None Previous Lecture: The last lecture was about the wines of the New World. The professor focused on countries like South Africa, Argentina, Chile, Australia, and New Zealand. Wines of the United States I. The New World A. No indigenous wine tradition 1. Wine introduced by European immigrants B. Wines have no strong regional identity 1. Varietally labeled 2. Geographic appellation secondary C. Highest producing states : California, then Washington, then New York, then Oregon D. Major wine producer (4 th in the world) E. Geographically diverse 1. Most parts not suitable for vinifera due to a. Winter cold b. Pierce’s disease F. No wine tradition G. Varietally labeled wines H. Generic wines – Red Table Wine I. Semi-generic wines – California Chablis A. Regulated by the TTB (Taxation Board) 1. Chaptalization allowed (in the US) B. BUT states can make more restrictive regulations 1. No chaptalization in CA
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