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enology

[ē′näl·ə·jē]
(food engineering)
The science of wine and wine production.
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The agreement's goal is to facilitate wine trade between the signatories and avoid, in accordance with World Trade Organization stipulations, the creation of non-tariff barriers by the mutual acceptance of regulation mechanisms for enological practices," it said.
VERONA, Italy -- Castello Banfi has been once again declared Italy's top winery at the prestigious International Enological Concourse, held annually at the VinItaly wine fair in Verona, Italy.
Napa ValleyCelebration of Wine, Food & Fun is the second annual event featuring culinary and enological adventures with world-class Napa Valley vintners alongside Napa Valley's master chefs and graduates of The Culinary Institute of America's culinary education programs.
To be able to estimate the potentiality of grapes and how it may be transferred into wine is key to grasping enological chemistry.
Kristy, who was hired by the winery in 2010 to assist John in on-going the enological modernization of Clos Du Val winemaking techniques and wine style, is expected to bring a fresh perspective to Clos Du Val's well-known passion for producing exceptional wines of balance, elegance and complexity.
SIMEI--International Enological and Bottling Equipment Exhibition.
Pall Corporation (NYSE:PLL) will showcase a portfolio of new filtration and separation solutions for the wine industry at the International Enological and Bottling Equipment Exhibition (SIMEI) in Milan, Italy, on November 24-28, 2009.
Founded in 1978, Rosenblum Cellars grew from a home-winemaking operation into today's internationally recognized, and locally revered, enological enterprise.
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).
The team has been involved in ongoing research with the goal of restoring the viticultural and enological heritage of Venetian premium wines.
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.