- adj. Of or pertaining to oenology, the study of wine
- oenology + -ical (Wiktionary)
“Casting his powerfully subversive, silent gaze round the table as a wine master held forth, Baker seemed determined to get his fellow members to "corpse": he had no time whatever for oenological waffle.”
“Italy was being born and, paradoxically, 'our' people had a much broader conception of oenological boundaries than we seem to have today.”
“Bedeviled by rogue yeasts and other oenological disasters, the two men at times thought they might lose their sanity and their business, Browne says.”
“Just another act of oenological masturbation -- only satisfying or useful for one or a small group of people.”
“It did not help that the University of California at Davis, the Oxford and Cambridge of American oenological science, had shut down all its wine work during the 1920s.”
“Esposito's book is part autobiography, part travel story, part food diary, and part oenological tale.”
“Cabinet has approved the agreement on mutual acceptance of oenological practices and the World Wine Trade Group's agreement on requirements for wine labelling.”
“In another facet of scent & pleasure, the oenological realm is confirming a distinct note to be found in wine: baby poop.”
“Generally, young wines in this range are priced at a steep discount to the 99- and 100-point oenological stars.”
“Along with her husband, Emilio Rodriguez Canas, also a celebrated winemaker, the two constitute the region's oenological power couple.”
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