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enology

[ē′näl·ə·jē]
(food engineering)
The science of wine and wine production.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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I can understand Mansfield's wish as a theologian to look for understanding of those who hold views so opposite to their own, but as a scientist (oenology) her idea of emotional truth doesn't hold water.
After he finished his schooling he set out to find a job and although he dabbled with a few careers, including oenology and gardening, nothing seemed to capture his attention for very long.
"[I've] to act swiftly to stop this scourge," Battistella an oenology graduate told
Beijing: Chinese Internet users reacted with outrage to reports of a racist assault on six Chinese oenology students studying in France on Sunday, while others denounced the victims whom they said were children of wealthy officials.
BEIJING -- Chinese Internet users reacted with outrage to reports of a racist assault on six Chinese oenology students studying in France on Sunday, while others denounced the victims whom they said were children of wealthy officials.
Indeed, in the field of oenology, the type of oak wood commonly used in the maturation process is known as American or French oak wood.
UC Davis has probably one of the best-known programs for winemaking, oenology, and viticulture, and I had a few friends m the program.
Yavapai continues to respond to new needs in the held, having recently launched an associate degree program in viticulture and oenology (study of wine) that is the only one of its kind in Arizona.
The new oenology collection starts from pounds 64 for a white or red wine glass, available as pairs for pounds 125 and as sets of six for pounds 360, and would make an ideal wedding gift.
A cheese and oenology (the study of wine-making) night was also hosted by the ambassador at his residence.
Enjoy '9 holes, 9 ways to discover a French region by oenology and cuisine' on the Wee Monty course with a musical performance by Florent Sepchat.