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VOCscan - Application: Red Wine Making Chart - Danyel Elferink ASSISTENZWERK

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Transcript of VOCscan - Application: Red Wine Making Chart - Danyel Elferink ASSISTENZWERK

De-Stem, Crush
(all or part)
Heat and Press
Fermentor
Press Skins
Finish Fermentation
Rack
Stabilise and
Clarify
Whole Cluster in Fermentor in Anaerobic Atmosphere
(carbonic, maceration)
MLF (optional)
Cool
Yeast
Yeast
Sugar
(optional)
SO
2
Drain
Mature
Blending and/or
Filtering
Bottle (age)
Release
Red Wine Making Process
Grapes
SO
2
Sugar
(optional)
(optional)
Acid
Laboratory Tests
Grapevine
Degree of Ripeness
Qualifying Conditions
Compare Vintages
Adulteration of Wine
Nutraceuticals
History of Soil
Progress and Regulation of Fermentation
Progress and Regulation of Fermentation
Defining Barrel Taste (Woodchips)
Defining Storage Conditions
Composition of the Blend
Selection of Cork Quality
VOC Fingerprint
VOC Fingerprint
Designation of Origin
Fraud Prevention
Wine Aroma Wheel
Wine Consumption Worldwide
Moselle: limestone
Upper Moselle: clay, in that sandy, chalk and limestone
Pfals: mud, sandy, limestone, boulder clay and slate
Alsace: limestone with clay and fine-grained topsoil
Barsac: predominantly clay combined with pebbles and silt
Beaujolais: granite up north, hence the likelihood of Gamay, to clay and limestone further south, nearby Lyon
Champagne: mainly limestone
Cote Chalonnaise: chalk and clay
Cote de Beaune: limestone, claystone, incidentally on best spots
Cotes de Nuits: limestone, claystone
Fronsac: pattern of unstratified loam deposited by glacier, consists of sand and pebbles loam and boulder clay
Graves: gravel & sandy to silty
Languedoc-Roussillon: limestone and clay topsoil
Maconnais: features limestone where white grapevines locate and clay and sandy as of red casts
Médoc: high permeability, soil consisted of gravel and sand
Pessac-Leognan: gravel & sandy to silty
Pomerol: pattern of unstratified loam deposited by glacier, consists of sand and pebbles loam and boulder clay
Provence: limestone, fine-grained, clay and tar
Saint Emilion: pattern of unstratified loam deposited by glacier, consists of sand and pebbles loam and boulder clay
Sauternes: predominantly clay combined with pebbles and silt
Sauvignon Blanc: comprise limestone and clay respectively
Semillon: comprise limestone and clay respectively
Germany
France
Aragon: hazelnut-reddish limestone with rocky underground
Catalonia: some limestone on the coastal regions westbound, sand in the Pyrenees and boulder clay on highlands
Central Spain: boulder clay with limestone
Navarre: hazelnut-reddish limestone with rocky underground
Northeast Spain: an array of silt and limestone ferruginous sandy
Northern Spain: Spain highly varied from reddish limestone of Navarre to the Rioja’s and upper Pyrenees boulder clay
Rioja: yellowish limestone and ferruginous clay
Rivera Del Duero: clay and silt at the vicinity of the Duero River increasingly limestone by the upper ridges
Southern Spain: famous limestone Albarisa in Jerez and Mantilla - Morilez of crimson sandy
Spain
Alem Tejo: limestone & boulder clay
Douro Valley: grape vines for the Porto wine solely planted in bitumen rich soil
Estremadura: clay and limestone
Ribatejo: clay, sand & fertile alluvial soils
Madeira: volcanic with basalt gravel and red clay
Northern Portugal: sodden clay, limestone richly by the Bairrada, boulder clay and slate in the Douro
Portugal
Barolo & Barbaresco: limestone of bluish grey hues westwards and ironed-rich sand and slate eastwards
Brunello: Gallestro with boulder clay and limestone
Chianti: boulder clay, bitumen and Gallestro
Friuli: limestone or fine-grained along with boulder clay on alluvial consolidate
Piedmont: limestone and clay, sandy and pebbles
Sardinia: volcanic granite, limestone, sand, silt and boulder clay
Sicily: volcanic with boulder clay
Southern Italy: limestone with volcanic alluvial, clay, sand and silt
Trenton Alto-Adage: limestone with pebbles, sand and clay
Tuscany: limestone with boulder clay and shale namely Gallestro
Veneto
Garda: fine-grained and clay, further southeast clay and limestone
Piave: sandy and clay upon boulders
Italy
California: mud and argillite well-drained, volcanic ashes with quartzite and infertile arenaceous rock
USA
Mountain creeks of granite formation favorable for red wines.
Westward sandy soils appropriate for the white wines.
South Africa
Conglomerate of arenaceous with boulder clay and volcanic soil
Australia
Marlborough: boulder clay to claystone
New Zealand: range of glacial and alluvial, limestone and clay
New Zealand
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setting
pericarp
cell division
lag phase
veraison
engustment
Tartrate
Tannin Hydroxycinnamates
Methoxypyrazine Malate
Glucose Fructose
Anthocyanin
Flavour Compunds
Period when
compounds accumulate
size of berry
days after flowering
°Brix
Berry Formation
Berry Ripening
Fake Wine Scandal in China
Xylem
Xylem flow ceases
Phloem
Hallo!
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