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enology

[ē′näl·ə·jē]
(food engineering)
The science of wine and wine production.
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For the rest of the weekend, we bounce around tasting, at Baron Balche with a mountain backdrop and an underground barrel room, and at Las Nubes, founded in 2008 by a Sonoran enologist backed by a group of Mexican investors, whose new tasting room has giant windows offering sweeping views of the valley.
Robert Niederman, enologist at Peruvian pisco producer Tacama, is a little more conciliatory.
As an enologist, Webb was instrumental in launching several respected wineries, including Sonoma's Hanzell Winery, where his experiments with French oak barrels led to an industry-wide standard.
Wine is a milieu of chemicals that can interact," observes enologist Carlos Muller at California State University at Fresno.
Nate Klostermann, who joined the winery in 2005 as an enologist, assumes the title of head winemaker at age 31, the same age Soles was when he founded Argyle.
She was an assistant winemaker at Peju Province Winery from 2008 to 2009, enologist at Miner Family Winery from 2007 to 2008 and a wine-making intern at Franciscan Estate from 2006 to 2007.
Magali-Eve Koralewski is an enologist who joined Vinventions in April 2014 as the enology department's technical writer to create technical content and communications from enological research and innovations developed by Vinventions' enology team.
The winemaker and enologist of San Martino, Lorenzo Piccin, conducted his studies in Viticulture and Oenology in Alba, Italy and since 2008 he began his own venture in Vulture, Basilicata.
In addition to having introduced classical standards required by the European markets, we have completely changed the system of work, starting from the grapes, as a raw material, to the finished product," says Venera Gelebeseva-Krstik, chief enologist at Skovin.
Maria Grazia, working with consulting enologist Attilio Pagli from Tuscany, picks the grapes a little early, to get good acidity and lower alcohols.
The enologist is on a continual mission from field to glass, tasting, fermenting, tasting, blending, and tasting until he has come up with a truly special wine.
In 1937 he hired the young Russian enologist Andre Tchelistcheff, who would go on to be one of the most influential winemakers in the Napa Valley until his death in 1994.