from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The study of wine and the making of wine; viticulture.
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- n. The scientific study of wines and winemaking.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The art of making wine.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the art of wine making
Together with the larger Cornell Library system these holdings in enology and viticulture exceed 7,000 titles.
Anthony began his formal education in enology and viticulture at the American mecca for wine education -- the University of California, Davis.
You can be a winemaker without an enology degree (I employ one).
As it turned out, wine growing and making is enology as much as an exercise in spirituality for him.
He studied in the enology program in addition to studying French language.
When she retired in the 70's, Mary Anne Graf -- the first woman to graduate from UC Davis 'viticulture and enology department -- took over and then passed the baton to Zelma Long who saw the purchase of land in the label's famed Alexander and Russian River Valleys.
The Lee Library's viticulture and enology collection, said to be the finest east of the
Unlike the other winemakers, Greg holds a degree in enology.
The intern, Christopher Grassotti, is a student in the Masters degree program in viticulture and enology at Ecole Nationale Supérieur Agronomique in Montpellier, France.
Not all that surprising; he was, among other things, quite a well-respected winemaker descended from centuries of winemakers; it would have been rather difficult to write about enology in Northern California without at least passing reference to someone in my family.
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