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e·nol·o·gy

(ē-nol'ŏ-jē)
The study of wine.
Synonym(s): oenology.
[G. oinos, wine + logos,study]

enology

(ē-nŏl′ō-jē) [Gr. oinos, wine, + logos, word, reason]
The science of producing and evaluating wine. Also spelled oenology.
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Under the MAA, any domestically sanctioned enological practice is automatically approved for trade unless there is a health or safety issue at stake.
Hugo Campbell from the University of Bordeaux reported that spontaneous MLF in white and red wines are dominated by different strains of Oenococcus oeni, suggesting that climate, enological practices--or both--may be prompting terroir-related evolution of lactic acid bacteria, which impacts wine aroma, flavor and acid make-up.
Other finalists included Advanced Enological Closures (UC Davis), Athleon (University of Washington), Cascade Clean Energy (Stanford University), City Media (UCLA), and Impel Neuropharma (University of Washington).
While I agree that enological factors such as oxygen transmission rates, TCA detection thresholds, cap liner materials, etc.
SIMEI - The 19th edition of the International Enological and Bottling Equipment Exhibition to be held at the Milan Trade Fair.
Their team, Advanced Enological Closures, set out to design a better bottle cap because cork taint, a byproduct of a fungus that infects cork and makes wine smell like moldy mop water or sweaty gym socks, now contaminates the corks of an estimated one in 20 wine bottles on store shelves, ruining billions of dollars of wine annually.
They have been carefully studied for their enological properties, fermentation capacities and influence on taste and aroma.
At Terravant, Darren is focused on building a state-of-the-art wine laboratory, adding comprehensive analytical and enological services to a long list of services being offered at the winery.
The book is not about trashing myths, but about seeing if viticulture and enological science can support them or not.
A few weeks later, the Seattle Enological Society gives Hogue two more gold medals.
The authors conclude that "the enological advantage of wood selection by tannin potential .