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Italy and Spain October 13th, 2008
Professor Yannitas
Pines Campus
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ANNOUNCEMENTS Final date for students to DROP a course without penalty is Friday, October 17th 2) "The Friday Night Wine Tasting Series" Weekly wine tasting hosted by Barry Alberts at Christabelle's-Coconut Grove @ 3157 Commodore Plaza Questions 305-793-3120 Time: 7:00pm to 9:30 pm - No Reservations Required Upcoming Tasting: October 17, 2008 - Exceptional wines (91 pts +) from California, Australia, Spain & France 3) Check out wine blog by Fred Tasker of the Miami Herald: http://miamiherald.typepad.com/wine_beneath_the_palms/

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Final date for students to DROP a course without penalty is Friday, October 17th

2) "The Friday Night Wine Tasting Series"

Weekly wine tasting hosted by Barry Alberts at

Christabelle's-Coconut Grove @ 3157 Commodore Plaza

Questions 305-793-3120

Time: 7:00pm to 9:30 pm - No Reservations Required

Upcoming Tasting:

October 17, 2008 - Exceptional wines (91 pts +)

from California, Australia, Spain & France

3) Check out wine blog by Fred Tasker of the Miami Herald:

http://miamiherald.typepad.com/wine_beneath_the_palms/

Italy

Ancient Italy - Roman Empire Mythology Roman god of wine: Bacchus Bacchanalia = wild festivals took place celebrating Roman god Bacchus The term bacchanalia is often used to indicate wild, drunken "partying"

Ancient Italy - Roman Empire

Mythology

Roman god of wine: Bacchus

Bacchanalia = wild festivals took place celebrating Roman god Bacchus

The term bacchanalia is often used to indicate wild, drunken "partying"

Italian Wine Laws Modeled after the French AOC system Government controls began in 1960s; updated regularly Main elements controlled by Italian Wine laws: The geographical boundaries of each wine region Grape varieties that can be used Maximum yield per acre Aging requirements in barrel or bottle* * the term RISERVA indicates longer aging

Modeled after the French AOC system

Government controls began in 1960s; updated regularly

Main elements controlled by Italian Wine laws:

The geographical boundaries of each wine region

Grape varieties that can be used

Maximum yield per acre

Aging requirements in barrel or bottle*

* the term RISERVA indicates longer aging

Italian Wine Classifications from low to high Vino da Tavola (VdT) > This level is INTENDED TO BE equal to French Vin de Table Indicazione Geografica Tipica (IGT) > Equal to French Vin de Pays Denominazione di Origine Controllata (DOC) > Equal to French AOC Denominazione di Origine Controllata Garantita (DOCG) > Since Italy does not have Grand Cru nor Premier Cru vineyards, these areas are considered the top sites

Vino da Tavola (VdT)

> This level is INTENDED TO BE equal to French Vin de Table

Indicazione Geografica Tipica (IGT)

> Equal to French Vin de Pays

Denominazione di Origine Controllata (DOC)

> Equal to French AOC

Denominazione di Origine Controllata Garantita (DOCG)

> Since Italy does not have Grand Cru nor Premier Cru vineyards, these areas are considered the top sites

 

Italian Terms for "Winery" Azienda Agricola Azienda Vinicola Azienda Vitivinicola Fattoria Podere Tenuta

Azienda Agricola

Azienda Vinicola

Azienda Vitivinicola

Fattoria

Podere

Tenuta

Tuscany

Chianti (Tuscany) Main grape: Sangiovese Chianti is a large region divided in 7 sub-areas: Classico * Colli Aretini Colli Fiorentini Colline Pisane Colli Senesi Montalbano Rufina

Main grape: Sangiovese

Chianti is a large region divided in 7 sub-areas:

Classico *

Colli Aretini

Colli Fiorentini

Colline Pisane

Colli Senesi

Montalbano

Rufina

Chianti Regions

DOCG Chianti Classico In 1996, Chianti Classico received its own DOCG with production regulations different from those for other Chianti wines Aging Requirements: Chianti Classico = 1 year Chianti Classico Riserva =2 years Grape variety Sangiovese (at least 80%) The remaining 20% is choice of producer

In 1996, Chianti Classico received its own DOCG

with production regulations different from those for other Chianti wines

Aging Requirements:

Chianti Classico = 1 year

Chianti Classico Riserva =2 years

Grape variety

Sangiovese (at least 80%)

The remaining 20% is choice of producer

2005: Gallo Nero "Black Rooster" trademark (used since 1716 by Chianti Classico producers) was made compulsory on all bottles of Chianti Classico

 

The Super Tuscan Phenomenon High-end Vino da Tavola wines made in the 1990s in Tuscany became known as “Super Tuscans” Old style vs. new style wines Use of non-traditional, non-native grape varietals Some famous producers: Ornellaia ($150) Sassicaia ($150) Masseto by Ornellaia ($300)

High-end Vino da Tavola wines made in the 1990s in Tuscany became known as “Super Tuscans”

Old style vs. new style wines

Use of non-traditional,

non-native grape varietals

Some famous producers:

Ornellaia ($150)

Sassicaia ($150)

Masseto by Ornellaia ($300)

Ornellaia blend: Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot Cabernet Franc Petit Verdot Price = $150+

Ornellaia blend:

Cabernet Sauvignon

Merlot

Cabernet Franc

Petit Verdot

Price = $150+

Ornellaia winery building

Ornellaia vineyard view

Super Tuscan (by Ornellaia) 100% Merlot Price = $300+

DOC Bolgheri Tenuta dell’Ornellaia was founded in 1981 - sold as Vino da Tavola until 1994 In 1994 Ornellaia was granted DOC status in Bolgheri Bolgheri is home to several Super Tuscans

Tenuta dell’Ornellaia was

founded in 1981 - sold as Vino da Tavola until 1994

In 1994 Ornellaia was granted DOC status in Bolgheri

Bolgheri is home to several Super Tuscans

Wine: Sassicaia Winery: Tenuta San Guido Owner: Marchese Nicolo Incisa della Roccheta Started experimenting with Cabernet Sauvignon grapes in the 1940s

Winery:

Tenuta San Guido

Owner: Marchese Nicolo Incisa della Roccheta

Started experimenting with Cabernet Sauvignon grapes in the 1940s

DOC Bolgheri Sassicaia In 1994, DOC Bolgheri granted a special DOC to the Super Tuscan Sassicaia , the first ever for a wine from a single estate Sassicaia bottle price $150+

In 1994, DOC Bolgheri granted a special DOC to the Super Tuscan Sassicaia , the first ever for a wine from a single estate

Sassicaia bottle price

$150+

Tenuta San Guido - Sassicaia

 

 

 

 

The Piedmont Region

The Piedmont Region A few well-known red wines include: DOC GRAPE Barbera d'Alba Barbera Barbera d'Asti Barbera DOCG GRAPE Barolo Nebbiolo Barbaresco Nebbiolo

A few well-known red wines include:

DOC GRAPE

Barbera d'Alba Barbera

Barbera d'Asti Barbera

DOCG GRAPE

Barolo Nebbiolo

Barbaresco Nebbiolo

 

 

 

Pinot Grigio The Pinot Grigio grape is used in many DOC and IGT wines all over Italy

Spain

 

 

Spanish Wine Classifications from low to high Vino de Mesa (Table wine) Vino de la Tierra (Country wines) Vino de Calidad con Indicación Geografica (VCIG) Created in 2003; after 5 years, wines can apply for DO status Denominación de Origen (DO) Quality-wine regions (62) Denominación de Origen Calificada (DOC) >Regions with a proven track record of consistent quality >Only 2 wine regions with this status: Rioja and Priorato Denominación de Pago (DO de Pago) >Created in 2003 for highest-quality single estates >Spain’s answer to Super-Tuscans/Vino da Tavola

Vino de Mesa (Table wine)

Vino de la Tierra (Country wines)

Vino de Calidad con Indicación Geografica (VCIG)

Created in 2003; after 5 years, wines can apply for DO status

Denominación de Origen (DO) Quality-wine regions (62)

Denominación de Origen Calificada (DOC)

>Regions with a proven track record of consistent quality

>Only 2 wine regions with this status: Rioja and Priorato

Denominación de Pago (DO de Pago)

>Created in 2003 for highest-quality single estates

>Spain’s answer to Super-Tuscans/Vino da Tavola

Spanish wine words… Cosecha = harvest Vendimia = harvest Tinto = red wine Bodega = winery and/or wine shop Cava = sparkling wine from Spain

Cosecha = harvest

Vendimia = harvest

Tinto = red wine

Bodega = winery and/or wine shop

Cava = sparkling wine from Spain

Main grape varietals in Spain RED Tempranillo a.k.a Tinto Fino, Tinto del Pais Garnacha Cariñena a.k.a Mazuelo WHITE Macabeo, Parellada & Xare-lo (for CAVA) Albariño Viura

RED

Tempranillo a.k.a Tinto Fino, Tinto del Pais

Garnacha

Cariñena a.k.a Mazuelo

WHITE

Macabeo, Parellada & Xare-lo (for CAVA)

Albariño

Viura

Most well-known Spanish wine regions Rioja* Ribera del Duero Penedés * Priorato Rias Baixas Navarra Rueda Jerez

Rioja*

Ribera del Duero

Penedés *

Priorato

Rias Baixas

Navarra

Rueda

Jerez

RIOJA: Minimum Aging Requirements (before releasing for sale) Rioja wines are aged longer before release than any other wines in the world: Crianza = aged 2 years, at least 1 year in oak whites: 6 months in oak Reserva = aged 3 years, at least 1 year in oak whites: 1 year, at least 6 months in oak Gran Reserva = aged 5 years, at least 2 years in oak whites: aged 4 years, at least 6 months in oak

Rioja wines are aged longer before release than any other wines in the world:

Crianza = aged 2 years, at least 1 year in oak

whites: 6 months in oak

Reserva = aged 3 years, at least 1 year in oak

whites: 1 year, at least 6 months in oak

Gran Reserva = aged 5 years, at least 2 years in oak

whites: aged 4 years, at least 6 months in oak

DOC Rioja Grapes: Tempranillo + Garnacha + Cariñena

Grapes: Tempranillo + Garnacha + Cariñena

Marqués de Riscal winery, Rioja

Marqués de Riscal winery designed by Frank Gehry

DO Penedés Spain’s sparkling wine — CAVA — is made by the same method as French Champagne, Méthode Champenoise; in Spain it is referred to as Metodo Tradicional Most Cava in Spain (95%) is made in the Penedés region Grapes used in CAVA (white): Macabeo, Parellada & Xare-lo

Spain’s sparkling wine — CAVA — is made by the same method as French Champagne, Méthode Champenoise; in Spain it is referred to as Metodo Tradicional

Most Cava in Spain (95%) is made in the Penedés region

Grapes used in CAVA (white):

Macabeo, Parellada & Xare-lo

Cava Label

Cava cellar (Codorniu winery)

Codorniu vineyard

Greece

Greek Wine in History Wine produced as early as 3,000 BC Ancient Greeks worshipped Dionysus as god of wine (in ancient Rome known as Bacchus ) Greek wine production went into decline during the middle ages Greek wine revival began in 1990s Retsina : Pine resin added to wine

Wine produced as early as 3,000 BC

Ancient Greeks worshipped Dionysus as god of wine (in ancient Rome known as Bacchus )

Greek wine production went into decline during the middle ages

Greek wine revival began in 1990s

Retsina : Pine resin added to wine

Greek Wine Classifications OPAP = Appellation of Origin of High Quality (dry wines) OPE = Controlled Appellation of Origin (sweet wines) Topikos Oinos (Regional Wines) Table Wines

OPAP = Appellation of Origin of High Quality (dry wines)

OPE = Controlled Appellation of Origin

(sweet wines)

Topikos Oinos (Regional Wines)

Table Wines

 

Next quiz: Monday October 20 Topics: Alsace (France) Germany Austria Italy Spain + Wine Ratings Good Luck!

Topics:

Alsace (France)

Germany

Austria

Italy

Spain

+ Wine Ratings

Good Luck!

 

Aromas/flavors Berries: strawberry, raspberry, cherry Aged fruit: prunes, rasisins, dried cherries Wood: oak, cedar, vanilla, char/toast Forest floor: twigs, eucalyptus, earthiness Caramel, spices, smoky/campfire Leather, tar, tobacco, Worcestershire sauce

Berries: strawberry, raspberry, cherry

Aged fruit: prunes, rasisins, dried cherries

Wood: oak, cedar, vanilla, char/toast

Forest floor: twigs, eucalyptus, earthiness

Caramel, spices, smoky/campfire

Leather, tar, tobacco, Worcestershire sauce

Wine: ________________________________________________ Price: _________ 1 = dislike _______ 2 = like _______ 3 = love ______ Description of Nose/Aroma _________________________________________________________________ Aroma intensity: barely perceptible_____ expressive ______concentrated/complex _____ On the Palate ACIDS soft _____ crisp _____ high/strong ______ TANNINS soft _____ medium ______ intense ______ SWEETNESS needs more ____ just right _____ noticeable _____ cloying/sticky______ OAK PRESENCE none _____ light _____ medium ______ heavy ______ BODY/WEIGHT light _____ medium _____ full ____ FINISH/PERSISTENCE ______ short ______ medium _______ lengthy Purchasing criteria Do not buy at any price_______ Buy only if "priced right"______ Buy at current price______ Buy a case! Great price/value ratio______ Buy for special occasions______ Buy only as collector/showcase item _______

 

Wine: ________________________________________________ Price: _________ 1 = dislike _______ 2 = like _______ 3 = love ______ Description of Nose/Aroma _________________________________________________________________ Aroma intensity: barely perceptible_____ expressive ______concentrated/complex _____ On the Palate ACIDS soft _____ crisp _____ high/strong ______ TANNINS soft _____ medium ______ intense ______ SWEETNESS needs more ____ just right _____ noticeable _____ cloying/sticky______ OAK PRESENCE none _____ light _____ medium ______ heavy ______ BODY/WEIGHT light _____ medium _____ full ____ FINISH/PERSISTENCE ______ short ______ medium _______ lengthy Purchasing criteria Do not buy at any price_______ Buy only if "priced right"______ Buy at current price______ Buy a case! Great price/value ratio______ Buy for special occasions______ Buy only as collector/showcase item _______

 

Wine: ________________________________________________ Price: _________ 1 = dislike _______ 2 = like _______ 3 = love ______ Description of Nose/Aroma _________________________________________________________________ Aroma intensity: barely perceptible_____ expressive ______concentrated/complex _____ On the Palate ACIDS soft _____ crisp _____ high/strong ______ TANNINS soft _____ medium ______ intense ______ SWEETNESS needs more ____ just right _____ noticeable _____ cloying/sticky______ OAK PRESENCE none _____ light _____ medium ______ heavy ______ BODY/WEIGHT light _____ medium _____ full ____ FINISH/PERSISTENCE ______ short ______ medium _______ lengthy Purchasing criteria Do not buy at any price_______ Buy only if "priced right"______ Buy at current price______ Buy a case! Great price/value ratio______ Buy for special occasions______ Buy only as collector/showcase item _______

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