enology

(from the article `Anthropology and Archaeology`) ...2,460 charred grape seeds and 300 grape skins that were discovered within the remains of a 6,500-year-old house at the Neolithic site Diliki Tash ... Prior to the 19th century little was known about the process of fermentation or the causes of spoilage. The Greeks stored wine in earth...
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enology

oenology noun the art of wine making
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Enology

American English spelling of oenology, the study of wine.
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Enology

American English spelling of oenology, the study of wine.
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Enology

The science and study of winemaking, also spelled oenology.
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Enology

The science and study of winemaking.
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Enology

The science and study of winemaking. Also called viniculture or oenology.
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Enology

The science and technical study of winemaking.
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Enology

The science and technical study of winemaking.
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enology

the science of wine and winemaking (see ;oenology;)
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Enology

The science of wine production; an enologist is a professional winemaker; an enophile is someone who enjoys wine.
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enology

[n] - the art of wine making
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