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enology

[ē′näl·ə·jē]
(food engineering)
The science of wine and wine production.
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The strains characterized by molecular analysis were used in microfermentations assays that have allowed us to evaluate their technological and enological properties.
The evaluation of a great number of characters, especially those related to the wine enological characteristics, such as anthocyanins, polyphenols, tannins among others, is necessary not only for a better differentiation of the groups, but also to provide a more complete set of information for the selection of parents based on their phenotypic characteristics.
"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.
Enological tannins and enzymes are powerful winemaking tools.
Despite the many enological advantages, Washington wines command only a four percent market share nationally.
The vintage also won a silver medal at the Pacific Northwest Enological Society.
The United States wants to adopt an MRA that states that the enological practices accepted in European countries are acceptable with the U.S.
Each year, the Enological Society of the Pacific Northwest puts on a six-course sit-down dinner for 600.
Products and Services: Our goal is to design specific, customized enological products bearing witness to our knowledge of the characteristics of each region and process.