We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byNoah Gaut
Modified about 1 year ago
A SENSE OF PLACE
Location: 60 miles west of Santiago and 5 miles from the coast with an altitude of 150 to 300 meters.
Fog in the mornings, midday breeze, sunny afternoons.
Moderate temperatures in summer with minimal differences between day and Night (no frost or hail throughout the year)
Low rainfall during summer and harvest time
Landscape: gentle rolling hills allowing for shallow surface soil (50 cm) on top of the base rock.
Soils The following 4 classical lithologies are found in Leyda:. Two types of alluvional from Maipo River (very old terraces and newer more compact terraces). Granit. Lime stone. Loams
GRANIT ALLUVIAL Two types of lithology (granit and alluvial)
Principal grape varieties: Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Syrah
Winery architecture was inspired by the landscape and is designed to work by gravity.
40 hectares, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Syrah.
Grapes are only selected from our estate in Leyda (estate bottled).
5 different wines of one line (premium quality).
NAPA PLENTY SPIRIT Free thought and anything goes mentality OPPORTUNITY OLD WORLD = Winery owners own their own land and produce from their land –Vineyards.
New Zealand Wine Overview Presentation to Carljohansvern Vinselskab, Horten 25 October, 2012 Klaus Møller.
Ontario Wines and Appellations 2010 VQA Ontario Wines of Ontario, Canada.
Sonoma (Valley of the Moon) 6 million years ago volcanoes spilt lava throughout Sonoma valley Russian River started finding its way 3-5 million years ago.
The Climates of Canada What creates different climates in Canada and what impact does climate have on human activity?
Southern & South-Western France. Location Production BORDEAUX=121,500 ha RHONE VALLEY= 79,900 ha BURGUNDY= 49,200 ha LOIRE VALLEY= 48,600 ha LANGUEDOC=
IVBAM – Instituto do Vinho, do Bordado e do Artesanato da Madeira, I.P.
SAUVIGNON BLANC WHITE FLESHY GRAPE WITH HERBAL CHARACTERISTICS POLAR OPPOSITE OF CHARDONNAY –WHEN A GUEST SAYS ID LIKE A CHARDONNAY OR SAUVIGNON BLANC…
You cant grow Grapes in Colorado! The soil is frozen 12 months a year. --Wine Spectator Editor Doug Caskey, exec. dir. CO Wine Industry Development Board.
Geography Sec 1 E learning Lesson. What is weather and what is climate? Their difference? Elements of climate and weather (Temperature and Rainfall How.
Weathering and Soil Formation Chapter 10. Old and New Mountains The Appalachian Mountains appear very different from the Sierra Mountains. The Appalachians.
Year 6 Geography Revision Notes. Mapping Symbols.
Weddings at Wonganella Estate The Estate Wonganella Estate is located perfectly positioned on top of the hill above Port Stephens Winery at Bob's Farm,
Ch. 1, Sec. 2 North Carolinas Climate and Weather Assess the impact of geography on the settlement and developing economy of the Carolina economy.
The. of and a to in is you that it he for.
Dew forms as the temperature drops to the dew point. Water droplets love to collect on surfaces or tiny particles. It is very difficult for water drop.
Chapter 3.3 Climates of the Earth. Iceland’s climate belies the country’s name. Because Iceland sits along the rift where the North American and European.
The virtual tourist sight The imaginary Thummerer confectionary.
SYRAH = SHIRAZ!?. Menu Pre-taster: Esk Valley Verdehlo, 2009 Madeira, and beyond... 2 vineyard blend: gravel meets silty gravel, 11 year old vines. 60%
Lunar and solar. Eclipses The moons orbit around Earth is slightly tilted with respect to Earths orbit around the sun. When the moons shadow hits Earth.
1.Estimate the latitude where warm El Niño water is located. Equator. To the West of Peru in the Pacific.
School Farm Proposal 20 Acre Viticulture Plot July 16, 2010 Presented by: Paul Anderes and Kristin Kostman.
East Or West Under the Surface 100 Once Alive Fun Facts Provinces 500 F F.
AIM: How does Air, Water, Land, & Sun interact to produce our weather? 5/8/13 DO NOW: 1.Compare the density of warm & cold air. HOMEWORK 1.Read p
PLANETS. How many planets are in the Solar System? 8.
Q: Which region has flat land? A: Coastal Plain. Geography & Regions.
Pick a Number to Reveal the Picture! Continue..
Americans speak English. The weather in America in winter is not good, because some cities are very cold. It rains and snows most of time.
CHAPTER 17 EARTHS CYCLES. Lesson 1 – How does Earth move? Earth spins like a top as it circles around and around the Sun. Earth is tipped to one side.
Weather Elements Know basic facts and general principles of the elements of weather. 1. Identify types of clouds. 2. Identify types of air masses and fronts.
© 2016 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.