Enology

Oenology, /iːˈnɒlɵdʒi/ ee-NOL-o-jee. œnology (BrE), or enology (AmE) is the science and study of all aspects of wine and winemaking except vine-growing and grape-harvesting, which is a subfield called viticulture. “Viticulture and oenology” is a common designation for training programmes and research centres that include both the “outdoors” and “indoors” aspects of wine production. An expert in the field of oenology is known as an oenologist. The word oenology is derived from the Greek οἶνος - oinos, “wine”, and the suffix -λογία, -logia, "study of".
Posts about Enology
    • Tooth & Nail Winery to Take Over the Castle

      If you’re like us, you’ve been wondering what would happen at the huge castle on 46 West that Eagle Castle used to call home. Well, now we know…and we’re excited to check it out! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE New Paso Robles Winery Takes Over the Castle on 46 West Tasting room will open before Thanksgiving (PASO ROBLES, Calif.

      Hoot n Annie- 7 readers -
    • Exploring The Red and White Wines of Northern Italy

      You ever insisted on something being true even after, time and time again, all your suppositions prove misguided? This happened to me while I was treated to a wine-tastic meal by Wayne Young. He’s the Sales, Communication, and Marketing Manager for the wines of Bastianich and La Mozza. We started out exploring the Adriatico series of white wines of the former winery, a trio ...

      Jameson Fink/ Jameson Finkin Merlot- 5 readers -
    • Sawtooth Winery’s Meredith Smith scaling new heights

      Meredith Smith is the head winemaker at Sawtooth Winery near Nampa, Idaho. (Photo courtesy of Precept Wine) NAMPA, Idaho – Meredith Smith never set out to be a winemaker. Even as she worked her way through a career in real estate development, making wine never crossed her mind. But in 2006, she realized she wanted something more from life.

      Great Northwest Winein Pinot Noir Chardonnay- 5 readers -
  • Mas Candi: making the most of Catalan grape varieties

    … Mas Candi is a fairly new project (established 2006) that’s a collaboration between four viticulture and enology students who wanted to make wines from their families’ vineyards. The focus is mainly on indigenous Catalan varieties. They’re really interesting. UK agent is Indigo Wines. Mas Candi Desig 2013 Penedès, Spain 13% alcohol…

    jamie goode's wine blogin Cabernet Sauvignon- 1 readers -
  • Livermore Stories: Mitchell Katz Winery

    Sorting grapes during harvest. L to R: John DeFrietas, Mitch Katz , assistant winemaker Zach Thomsen, tasting room mg . Andrew Wigginton. Courtesy Mitchell Katz Winery Mitchell Katz is a survivor. He launched his eponymous winery in Livermore Valley in 1998 and four years later moved into the historic Ruby Hill tasting room, a massive yet beautiful old brick building that dates back to 1887.

    WineFashionista- 1 readers -
  • Maverick Estate Winery: golden or not?

    Photo: Winemaker Bertus Albertyn The new Golden Mile sub-appellation has such tight boundaries that it excludes some of the best producers on what was historically considered the Golden Mile. The only published map of the sub-appellation that I can find is a bit hard to read. However, I think Maverick Estate Winery is beyond the southern limit of the Golden Mile Bench.

    John Schreiner/ John Schreiner on wine- 1 readers -
  • You Never Forget Your First Crush

    … this adventure some four years ago. We took classes on viticulture and enology at Piedmont Virginia Community College, did lots of research on our own, debated which clones and which rootstocks to order, and finally planted our vineyard in the (very) early spring of 2012. Since then, we’ve invested a lot of sweat, a couple of tears and even a little…

    Bob Garsson/ Project Sunlight - A Winemaker's Educationin Merlot- 3 readers -
  • Promotions help Seattle-area diners support Washington wine

    … began donating a portion of its sales through restaurants to viticulture and enology programs at Washington State University and affiliated community colleges throughout the Pacific Northwest that offer grape growing and winemaking degrees. The money helps fund scholarships, research, faculty and equipment. “We are proud that our local restaurant…

    Eric Degerman/ Great Northwest Wine- 3 readers -
  • Weekly Interview: Remi Cohen

    …- art, chemistry, biology, enjoying wine with food in social experiences, etc. I mentioned the weather as one of the biggest challenges, but among other factors, it is one of the things that makes this business so unique, and creates new challenges each year so you are constantly learning. I love when my wines showcase their sense of place along…

    Albert Pak/ Terroirist: A Daily Wine Blogin Pinot Noir- 3 readers -
  • A Wine Journey: An Ideal Holiday Gift

    … A Wine Journey With the holidays approaching have you started your holiday shopping yet? If you are shopping for a wine lover or a winemaking enthusiast, give a gift of the wine book. A Wine Journey is available on the Wine Trail Traveler website, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powell’s, and Infinity Publishing. If you purchase directly from Wine…

    Wine Trail Traveler- 5 readers -
  • From Napa to Idaho: Coiled Wines’ twisted tale

    … blend, Petite Sirah Coiled Wines Petit Verdot from the 2013 vintage ages in barrel. The wine is destined for Black Mamba, a red blend by Leslie Preston. (Photo by Andy Perdue/Great Northwest Wine) Preston’s red blend, called Black Mamba, has given her latitude to play with different grape varieties. It started out with a focus on Tempranillo. Now its…

    Great Northwest Winein Syrah Riesling- 2 readers -
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