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EV 089
Advanced Winemaking Seminar


Credits: 2
Clock Hours per Quarter: 60

AA Discipline:

   Clinical Hours: 60


Description
Designed to help existing students succeed in individual wineries. By providing extra support, the course will ensure the success of students who require extra assistance to perform higher level wine production in a workplace environment. Pr-requisite: EV 107 and Instructor Permission

Intended Learning Outcomes
  • Advanced understanding of the chemistry behind and methods of basic wine analysis through observation, and reproduce the lab analyses via hands on practice
  • Design, install and repeat analyses including: pH, titratable acidity, ethanol, free and total sulfur dioxide, and volatile acidity
  • Independently reproduce individual lab analyses in a vintage work environment and be able to appraise the results
  • Demonstrate an understanding of methods to evaluate, manage and modify various chemical components in a winery environment
  • Evaluate various species of wine phenolics, experience their taste perception, how to manage them in wine by investigating their response to ageing, varietal type and fining regimes in a laboratory environment
  • Receive information about wine chemistry through observation and hands on learning
  • Respond to the various analyses by distinguishing, differentiating and application of the outcomes of each analysis
  • Organize the analyses to be able to adapt, adjust, alter and/or change the fundamental wine chemistry to improve overall wine quality

  • Course Topics
  • Setting up a lab
  • Racking protocols
  • SO2 management
  • Barrel management
  • Cellar hygiene
  • Filtration
  • Wine stabilization
  • Bottling

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    *If fall quarter starts on an odd year (2003, 2005, etc.), it's Year One.
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    If fall quarter starts on an even year (2002, 2004, etc.), it's Year Two.