enology


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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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THE LAB The Teaching and Research Winery, University of California, Davis; Roger Boulton, the Stephen Scott Professor of Enology, director.
"I highly recommend VESTA for prospective students who are interested in a formal higher education about enology or viticulture.
The country's oldest viticulture and enology department, the program started at the University of California, Berkeley in 1880, when studying wine was "pretty avant garde," Wolpert said, and it moved to Davis in 1935.
The Mracheks' son Bryan graduated from WSU in May 2008 with a degree in viticulture and enology, and is currently working in the wine industry.
The Shelton-Badgett North Carolina Center for Viticulture and Enology at SCC houses a state-of-the-art commercially bonded winery and also has a five-acre vineyard.
Contract awarded for Provision of services - creation of four practical guidelines for entrepreneurship and innovation, Within the scope of the project "regia douro empreendedor - collective action to promote the entrepreneurial spirit of the agri-food, Agribusiness, Enology, Wine industry, Green economy, Environmental valorization and agri-environmental technologies of the region trs-os-montes and alto douro "
Commonly referred to as the Stultz Center, the facility will allow PVCC's Workforce Services Division to expand its offerings in software applications, information technology and IT security, and other courses for business; contract training designed for specific employers; noncredit programs in health care, viticulture and enology; and other workforce readiness programs.
Wagner (viticulture and enology, Napa Valley College), Olsen (marketing, Sonoma State U.), and Thach (wine business, Sonoma State U.) lay out the solutions to these challenges in chapters discussing consumer demographics, branding, advertising and promotion, graphic design, packaging and labels, public relations, budgeting and pricing, sales and distribution management, direct sales, wine clubs and e-commerce, product repositioning and turnarounds, exporting and importing, and evolving topics.
Handbook of enology; v.2: The chemistry of wine stabilization and treatments, 2d ed.
Richard Vine had recently moved to MSU to run the university's new enology program, and he hired Butz to make research wines and conduct wine analyses.
proposals will be evaluated based on their relevance to the wine industry strategic plan, "beyond 2015" with an emphasis on enology, economic viability, quality improvement and increased education.
This increase in consumption has led to a growing winery industry that is looking for trained workers in viticulture, which is growing grapes, and enology, which is producing wine.