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1 By: Chef Wayne Fullmer

2  Settled by Etruscans and Greeks which brought winemaking skills with them and then the Romans in the second century developed there methods of making wine Roman wine jug

3  There are 20 regions of winemakers in Italy  350 types of grapes  4 classifications systems  Regions range from high alps to African climates  Standard grapes such as pinot noir and merlot are not part of the 350

4 1 – VINO DA TAVOLA – this is a table wine; which does not follow current law 2- INDICAZIONE GEOGRAFICA TIPICA (IGT)- this was put into play the Italians because they wanted the old and new wines apart 3 AND 4 - DENOMIZAZIONE DI ORGINE CONTROLLATA(DOC) and DENOMINAZIONE DI ORGINE CONTROLLA E GARANTITA (DOGC)

5 1 – ROSSO (red) 2 – BIANCO (white)

6  Sangiovese  Nebbiolo  Montepulciano  Barbera  Corvina  Nero d’avola  Dolcetto  Negroamaro  Aglianico  Sagrantino  Malvasia

7  Trebbiano  Moscato  Nuragus  Pinot Grigio  Tocai Friuliano  Ribolla Gialla  Arneis  Malvasia Bianca  Pigato  Fiano  Garganega

8  Alps in the north  Africa in the south  Italy is on a peninsula 

9 1) Aosta Valley 2) Piedmont 3) Liguria 4) Lombardy 5) Trentino-Alto Adige/Sudtirol 6) Friuli-Venezia Giulia 7) Veneto 8) Emilia-Romagna 9) Tuscany 10) Marche 11) Umbria 12) Lazio 13) Abruzzi 14) Molise 15) Campania 16) Basilicata 17) Puglia 18) Calabria 19) Sicily 20) Sardina

10  Anno – vintage  Amabile – medium sweet  Azienda – estate  Bianco – white  Cantina – winery  Dolce – sweet  Grappa – strong Italian brandy  Naturale – a sparkling wine  Produttore – producer  Rossa – red  Rosato – rose  Secco – dry  Spumante- sparkling  Vino – wine  Vigna- vineyard

11  Abboccato- lightly sweet  Amabile – semi-sweet  Azienda – wine estate  Cantina sociale – co-operative winery  Chiaretto – very pale red  Gradi- alcoholic strength  Superiore – wine that has aged well

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13  Italy produces 20 % of the worlds wine  Italy produces 3.3 billion bottles of wine (2008)  The U.S. consumes about 3.3 billion bottles of wine (2008)  One in three bottles of wine consumed by a Americans is Italian (30% of Italian wine is exported to the U.S.

14  Italy produced more wine then any other country in the world (2008) – that includes France  U.S. per capita consumption is about 13 bottles per year  Italy per capita consumption is about 45 bottles per year

15 TYPE:Color:Region:  BaroloRed Piedmont  AmaroneRed Veneto  Brunello Red Tuscany  Barbera Red Piedmont  Chanti Red Tuscany

16 PIEMONTE (region)  Asti and Moscato d’asti  Barbaresco  Barolo  Brachetto d’Acqui or Acqui  Dolcetto di Dogliani Superiore or Dogliani  Gattinara  Gavi or Cortese di Gavi  Ghemme  Roero

17 LOMBARDY (region)  Franciacorta  Sforzato della Valtellina or Sfursat della Valtellina  Valtellina Superiore

18 TUSCANY  BRUNELLO di Montalcino  Carmigano  Chianti  Chianit  there are many other DOCG wines but these are From my fav regions

19  Features  1- late development of vineyards  2- high yields of grapes  3- grain is planted between rows of vines  4- with olive groves around vines it helps stop animals to roam fields freely

20  Wooden Fermentation has gone away  Cement vats and tanks are used most commonly  Temperature control accepted  Punching down of wine has been replaced by Pumping during Fermentation  Oak is generally preferred wood for casks

21  Destemming  Crushing  Primary Fermentation  Pressing  Secondary Fermentation  Filtering the Wine  Bottling

22  This is any Tuscan Red Wine that does not follow Italian red wine law  They changed the classification system of VINO DA TAVOLA to get put into a system

23  Using the chart you can help taste wine better

24  "Wine makes daily living easier, less hurried, with fewer tensions and more tolerance." --- Benjamin Franklin

25  About.com. (2011, August 4). Retrieved August 4, 2011, from  Encyclowine: The Wine Enthusiast's Encyclopedia. (2011, Aug 4). Retrieved Aug 4, 2011, from  Italian cook. (2011, Aug 4). Retrieved Aug 2011, 2001, from  Italian Wine Coach. (2011, August 4). Retrieved August 4, 2011, from  Italian wine information. (2011, August 4). Retrieved August 4, 2011, from  Johnson, H. (2008). The World Atlas of Wine. Hachette UK: Hachette Book Group.  Robinson, J. (1999). The Oxford Companion to Wine. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


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