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Production and Identification Of Wine
Explores types of grapes, names, prime regions, climate, soil and focuses on French wines from Rhone Valley.
# 14067 | 1,800 words | 4 sources | 1999 | US
Published on Feb 05, 2003 in Business (Industries) , Agricultural Studies (General)

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" Wine has one of the most precise and extensive systems of identification and production control of any food product. Although the great majority of the world's wine is ordinary table wine of no special distinction, most wines are labeled at least by region of production, type of grape or type of wine, and year of production. As the quality of wine increases the specifics of identification are more rigorous and, often, controlled by law. Systems by which wine production and identification is regulated in various countries are, in large part, based on the system developed in France, which is known generally as the appellation d'origine controlee (AOC) or simply appellation controlee (AC). The French system identifies the particular region in which a wine is made, such as Bordeaux, and subdivides the region into increasingly specific locales for which even types of grapes..."

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