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
    • Washington, Oregon wines shine in big California judging

      Mike Dunne, wine columnist for The Sacramento Bee, evaluates wines during Friday’s sweepstakes round at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition in Cloverdale, Calif. (Photo by Andy Perdue/Great Northwest Wine) CLOVERDALE, Calif. – Nine wines from Washington and Oregon earned best-of-class distinction at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, which is the largest j ...

      Great Northwest Winein Cabernet Franc- 9 readers -
    • Top Northwest wine stories: 10-1

      It was a fascinating, news-filled 2014 in the Pacific Northwest wine industry. We saw record warmth, huge harvests, big investments, anniversaries and sad losses. Today, we complete our review of the top 20 wine stories in the Northwest, unveiling stories 10 through 1. 10. Dan Marino, Damon Huard launch Washington winery Damon Huard, left, and Dan Marino walk through a vineya ...

      Andy Perdue/ Great Northwest Wine- 10 readers -
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  • Ben's Blush: Domaine de Nizas

    … Well, the weekly rosé review lasted all of one week. To be fair, we actually did drink a bottle of rosé two weeks ago, but I just was too lazy busy to write it up. Last week I was in Grand Junction, CO for the annual viticulture and enology conference: VinCO. It is great that the Colorado Association for Viticulture and Enology puts together…

    Kyle Schlachter/ Colorado Wine Pressin Syrah- 5 readers -
  • Larner Vineyard & Winery

    … to such producers as Jaffurs, Kaena Wine and Herman Story (just to name a few). Our wine tasting consisted of: 2012 Rosé $25 2010 Elemental (57% Grenache, 33% Syrah, and 10% Mourvede) $36 2010 Grenache $46 2010 Syrah $40 2010 Reserve Syrah $72 We really enjoyed all the wines. It’s always very exciting to experience boutique, high quality, small…

    Winery Explorersin Syrah- 6 readers -
  • Auction of Washington Wines makes changes, brings back Swingle

    … Sherri Swingle presents co-chairs Bob Betz, left, and Stein Kruse with awards during the 2013 Auction of Washington Wines, held at Chateau Ste. Michelle in Woodinville, Wash. More than $2 million was raised for Children’s Hospital and the Washington State University’s viticulture and enology program. (Photo courtesy of Team Photogenic/Courtesy…

    Eric Degerman/ Great Northwest Wine- 5 readers -
  • Larner Vineyard & Winery | Los Olivos, CA

    … degree in Geology from the University of Colorado at Boulder, he went on to earn his Master’s in Viticulture & Enology from UC Davis. He then apprenticed in Tuscany and the Rhone Valley, co-founded the Ballard Canyon AVA, was named vice president of the Santa Barbara County Vintners Association, and began teaching winemaking & wine…

    Wine-ding Road Blogin Syrah- 3 readers -
  • Winter Solstice, 2014.

    … Davis Viticulture & Enology Department. But UC Davis didn't want it, they wanted cash instead. Apparently, contrary to what a familiar proverbial phrase claims, beggars can be choosers. The gentleman's widow is instead leasing the vineyard to Far Niente. Happy winter solstice, enjoy, be happy...for tomorrow it starts to stay lighter, later. Sing it Ian! …

    Vinsanity- 2 readers -
  • Daydreamer Wines releases Shiraz and Chardonnay

    … are sold on the Daydreamer website, by the case or by the half dozen. My reviews follow. First, here is the winery profile from my recently published John Schreiner’s Okanagan Wine Tour Guide. Two of the signature wines from Daydreamer are Syrahs, a variety that practically runs in the veins of winemaker Marcus Ansems, the owner of this winery…

    John Schreiner/ John Schreiner on wine- 9 readers -
  • Winemaker 2 Winemaker: Peter Bell of Fox Run

    I first met Peter Bell while I was a student at Cornell. He routinely came as a guest lecturer in the Enology side of the Viticulture and Enology program. I recall great discussions on making the styles of wine the fruit want to make and practical examples of what we were learning from our books.

    Nova Cadamatre- 9 readers -
  • Doug Frost MW to serve as MC for Oregon Wine Symposium dinner

    … University professor Greg Jones A study of farm labor issues Panels ranging from “Differentiating Your Brand through Storytelling” to “Drivers of Profitability in the Wine Business” Viticulture and enology presentations titled “Technical Advances in Precision Viticulture” and “Fermentation Vessel Considerations” Activities for the opening…

    Eric Degerman/ Great Northwest Wine- 4 readers -
  • Class of 2014: One Faith Vineyards

    … in Washington State. After considering a career in dentistry, she got a degree in viticulture and enology at the University of California, quickly emerging an important consulting winemaker. Most of her clients (such as Ziata Wines, Oakville Ranch Vineyards and Teaderman Vineyards) are in Napa. Her husband, Cameron Vawter, is the winemaker at Dana…

    John Schreiner/ John Schreiner on wine- 4 readers -
  • Authenticating icewine: closer, if not quite close enough

    … that cutting real icewine with something else must be mighty tempting, and the gaze you cast on your glass turns wary. And then you cast your gaze on Google and find this new article in the American Journal of Enology and Viticulture on a new strategy for testing the authenticity of icewine. Icewine production is very expensive and no International Body…

    The Wine-o-scope- 1 readers -
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