WARMER CLIMATES & SEASONAL CONDITIONS

Hawke’s Bay & Marlborough in New Zealand


Complex Interactions Between the Biochemicals

36 HISTORIC WINE AMPHORAS WERE FOUND

Contains Tens of Thousands of Chemicals


Their Resistance to Phylloxera, a Root Louse

THE BAROSSA VALLEY IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Name 4-Ethylphenol & 4-Ethylguaiacol


Cellars Keep Humidity Low—Usually Under 50%

SENSORY EXAMINATION AND EVALUATION

Used in Christian Eucharist Ceremonies


Allows for the Removal of Bitter Sedimentation

8,000-YEAR-OLD CERAMIC STORAGE FLASK


Pioneered the Concepts in 1756 With Oak


Greek God Dionysus & the Roman Equivalent

CARBON ANALYSIS OF 7,000-YEAR-OLD POTTERY

Writings of Chanakya, the Chief Wine Minister


Early Winemaking Priestess in the Neolithic Village

2003 REPORT BY CULTURAL ARCHAEOLOGISTS

The Final Product May Comprise

68%

Alcohol


Narrowing to

517

Modern Grape Cultivar Regions

CORK PRODUCTION OCCURRING FROM 1909

A Louse Infestation Eventually Kills Vines


Supplies Local Need & Limits Distribtion Cost

STILL DRINKABLE SOME 6,000 YEARS LATER

He’s Generally a Bordeaux-Style Blender


Preserve or Accentuate the Distinctive Aromas

THE NATION’S VITICULTURAL FOUNDATION

2013

Region of Origin & Product Quality


IdentifiesVarious Biased Appellation Systems

A SEASONAL CONDITION

gisbourne & hawke’s bay


Complex Biochemical Makeup

376 HISTORIC AMPHORAS

thousands of chemicals


Phylloxera, a Viral Root Louse

SOUTHERN AUSTRALIAN

contains 4-ethylphenol


Humidity Low—Under 50%

SENSORY EXAMINATION

14 eucharist ceremonies


Allow Bitter Sedimentation

8,000-YEAR-OLD BOTTLE


pioneered the concept


The Greek God Dionysus

ANALYSIS OF OLD POTTERY

the chief wine ministers


Neolithic Winemaking Priestess

2003 REPORT BY CULTURE

comprises

68%

alcohol


Modernise Grape Cultivation

CORK PRODUCTION, 1909

eventually kills vines


Supplies a Local Distribution

DRINKABLE YEARS LATER

bordeaux-style Blend


Preserve Distinctive Aromas

VITICULTURAL PROMISE

2013 region & product


Biased Appellation Systems