"Vitis Vinifera" Essays and Research Papers

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Vitis Vinifera

from 14 in 1990 to almost 100 in 1996. Attracted by lower land and labor costs, French, Spanish, U.S., and Australian companies were establishing on through joint venture agreements with Chilean wineries. In 1995, the Chilean government established viti cultural zones and stepped up regulation of wine labeling. 4. How has Australia been able to emerge as a leading wine – exporting nation? Australia’s per capita wine consumption of 4.8 gallons in 1996 placed it among the top 20 countries in...

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Ice Wine Research Paper

everyone was attempting their hand at production of it.”International breakthrough of Canadian ice wine came in 1991, when Inniskillin's 1989 Vidal ice wine won the Grand Prix d’Honneur at Vinexpo. The Canadian trend towards increased cultivation of Vitis Vinifera grape varieties in the 1990s expanded the palette of varieties available to be bitten by frost.” (What is the History of Wine Making?) The official snag of first place was taken by Canada in the early 2000s. The production of Eiswein in Germany...

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Processing and Technology of Ready-to-Serve Beverage

Research Article Open Access Preparation of Sour Grape (Vitis Vinifera) Beverages and Evaluation of their Storage Stability Karakala Balaswamy, Pamidighantam Prabhakara Rao, Allani Nagender and Akula Satyanarayana* Central Food Technological Research Institute (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research), Resource Centre, Habshiguda, Uppal Road, Hyderabad-500 007, India Abstract ‘Thompson seedless’ grapes (Vitis vinifera) possessing < 13° brix and > 1.0% acidity were used in the preparation...

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Chapter1 Wine Basics

WINE BASICS Key Topics • A definition of wine and alcoholic fermentation. • A discussion of Vitis vinifera, the wine grape; where ,how it has been developed into its modern form, and what characteristics it possesses that make it important to the production of wine. • The three impacts on a wine’s flavor: grapes, viticulture and terroir, and viniculture. Gibson, M, 2010, The Sommelier Prep Course, John Wiley and Sons 2 What Is Wine? Wine—A fermented beverage produced from the juice of any fruit...

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chinese red wine

majority of the remainder classified as Vinos de la Tierra (VdlT). High USA -2008: 43 -2007: 43 The North American continent is home to several native species of grape, including Vitis labrusca, Vitis riparia, Vitis rotundifolia, Vitis vulpina, and Vitis amurensis, but it was the introduction of the European Vitis vinifera by European settlers that led to the growth of the wine making industry. the United States is the fifth most planted country in the world after France, Italy, Spain and Turkey. ...

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Developments in New Zealand's Wine Industry

New Zealand’s wine industry has persevered through a lot to now have won some prestigious industry awards. To best understand how they got to this level we must first understand their regions, climate and history. The first know to be planted “vinifera vines were planted in 1819 by Samuel Marsden.” [ (Henderson and Rex 388) ] It was the “famous Australian James Busby that made New Zealand’s first wine.” [ (Henderson and Rex 388) ] Even After growers started importing Native American grape varieties;...

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Biochemistry of Natural Wine Making

Wine has had religious significance as both an offering and a sacrament since Biblical times, and this has helped its development. Today an enormous variety of wines are available, made from more than 5000 varieties of a single species of grape: Vitis vinifera. In the production of all these wines, chemistry is important, and as some of the complexities of wine chemistry have begun to be understood chemists have been able to contribute greatly to the improvement of wine quality. Wine making,...

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The Canadian Wine Industry

quality problem in the minds of consumers. Canadian wine quality has greatly improved over the years and many Canadian wines have won awards in international competitions. This quality improvement has been supported by plantings of new high quality vinifera grapes such as Chardonnay, Riesling, Merlot, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon. Consumer awareness and appreciation of these quality improvements is gradually improving. Figure 2: Imports of Grape Wine and Other Related Products, 1992 - 2001 ...

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Production of Red Wine

usually produced as varietals, or as blends containing several varieties. A list of commonly used red wine varieties is given in Table 1. Varieties from the Vinifera group are most widely used for winemaking. In regions where Vinifera grapes are not grown, French hybrids, Labrusca, and other varieties are often used. Among the Vinifera group, Cabernet Sauvignon alone, or in combination with Merlot and/or Cabernet Franc is used in premium red wine production. Pinot noir, the famous grape...

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Integrated Vineyard Pest Management Plan

following year, the old trunk is cut off above the new shoot and painted with wound dressing. The new shoot continues to grow and returns to production, much faster than having planted a new vine. Crown Gall A bacterial disease, Agrobacterium vitis, is mostly spread through infected cuttings. It is characterised by cream – brown, rough galls on the roots and base of hardwood cuttings, at bud or graft unions and disbudding sites. Galls will go through a couple of growth stages. They initially ...

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