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Vintage Lectures by UC Davis Wine Patriarch
These 1973 lectures by UC Davis Professor Maynard Amerine, one of the most significant wine scientists in the past century, introduce sensory evaluation to students in the viticulture and enology program. Amerine is widely considered the father of modern wine sensory evaluation. Under his mentorship, two generations of UC Davis students learned how to evaluate wine according to appearance, flavor and aroma. Many became winemakers and some achieved prominence and acclaim in the California wine industry.
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I loved this lecture series. Amazing how things have changed over times but so many things are constant. The subtle prejudice is so entertaining as well, especially against Italian wines. Can we get more of them?
Pwbnyc via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/10/19
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Lecture 8: Continues the discussion on French wines.
Published 02/01/12
Lecture 12: The first half of this lecture contains questions and answers in preparation for a quiz. Questions include: effects of different yeasts, kosher wines, chaptalization in Germany and issues involving native North American varieties. After the questions and answers, Amerine discusses...
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Lecture 11: Discusses Italian wines and Vermouth.
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