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    Wine and Old World Wines

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    http://www.wine.zeani.com/newworldwine_oldworldwine/index.htm Old world wines include the wines of Europe.  Countries producing old world wines are: 1.  France 2.  Italy 3.  Spain 4.  Portugal 5.  Germany  On the other hand‚ new world wines would include everybody else. Some of the most popular new world regions are: 1.  The USA‚ especially California 2.   Australia 3.   Chile 4.   Argentina 5.   New Zealand 6.   Canada 7.   South Africa In the old world‚ fruit is subjected to higher

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    Wines

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    I. Introduction Wines have been one of the favorite beverages in the world. Many Europeans nowadays prefer wine to water as a daily beverage like their ancestors many centuries ago‚ despite of its bad effects in the health when consumed excessively. Different varieties of the grapes and strains of yeast produce different type of wine. Wines are alcoholic beverage that is usually made from grapes and other fermented juice like apples and berries. The fermentation takes place in the district origin

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    red wine

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    As with all wines‚ the particular winemaker will have adequate “say” in the style of wine he will produce. That said‚ red wines are often classified by “body-type.” For example‚ one might say that a certain red wine is “light-bodied” – referring to the mouth-feel and tannin structure. A light-bodied wine will have fewer tannins present and less presence on the palate. These wines tend to be less demanding partners with flavor-filled foods. An example of a light-bodied red wine would be one derived

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    Wine Tourism

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    WINE TOURISM IN NASIK‚ INDIA - AN EXPLORATORY VIEW ON CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ASPECTS WINE TOURISM – A CASE OF NASIK‚ INDIA PROPOSAL India has been long known for her rich heritage and cultural diversity. Wine tourism is a niche & an emerging area which could potentially be developed as a valuable tourism resource. Through insights into the nascent wine industry in Nasik‚ often self-proclaimed as the "Napa valley of India"‚ this paper explores how as an upcoming new world wine producing region

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    Wine Business

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    INNOVATION STRATEGY IN A GLOBALIZING INDUSTRY: A CASE STUDY OF THE WINE INDUSTRY By Orlando-Marian Voica THESIS Submitted to School of Public Policy and Management‚ KDI in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 2002 INNOVATION STRATEGY IN A GLOBALIZING INDUSTRY: A CASE STUDY OF THE WINE INDUSTRY By Orlando-Marian Voica THESIS Submitted to School of Public Policy and Management‚ KDI in partial fulfillment of the

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    Wine

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    difference that one can find between the American and the Italian wine label systems are that American wines are named according to the type or types or grapes that they used while Italian‚ as most of European wines‚ are named according to the region that they come from. Another important difference is that Italian wineries are required to show on their label the vintage year (year when the grapes were harvested) while American wines are not required to do it. Italian Laws only permit the mention

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    Wine Industry

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    Executive Summary The United States wine industry is a 12 billion dollar industry and is composed of 7‚000 wineries and around 1‚800 different companies. The three major companies within the industry are Constellation brands‚ E&J Gallo‚ and The Wine Group Inc. The industry has made its way through the economic crisis at a better rate than some of the other U.S industries however in order for them to continue to see any type of growth it is important that they acknowledge their issues and find

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    Wine Pairing

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    Wine Pairings When considering a wine and food pairing‚ it is best to pick a wine that balances the natural flavors of the food. Spicy‚ flavorful food should be paired with a spicy‚ flavorful wine. On the other hand‚ a mild‚ neutral dish should be paired with a mild‚ neutral wine. Most beef dishes would be considered a fatty‚ flavorful dish‚ so they pair well with charismatic red wines like big Cabs and Zinfandels. Rich‚ creamy pasta sauce would be better suited to match with a rich Chardonnay

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    Gallo Wines

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    important is the dessert wine segment to the industry? to E. & J. Gallo Winery? How do these products fit with Gallo’s stated position on the quality of its products? Do brands like Thunderbird and Night Train have any redeeming features as a product‚ even if they are in demand by a segment of the population? Dessert wines are very important since it makes up a large portion of the wine industry. Before Gallo upgraded their image‚ they had more of a brownbag jug wine image through products like

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    Wine Making

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    Wine-making is essentially a chemical process. It involves a chemical reaction in which sugars are turned to alcohol and carbon dioxide in the presence of yeast. There are also many other chemical processes going on which affect the strength‚ appearance‚ colour and taste of the wine. Grape Ingredients Wine is made from grapes. In addition to water‚ grapes contain two different sugars: glucose and fructose‚ tartaric acid‚ malic acid‚ amino acids and a few other chemicals. The chemical processes of

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