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The Academic Wino is a blog dedicated to dissecting current research in enology and viticulture, and provides fascinating insights and thoughts on the current state of research related to wine.  It is my goal to review at least one peer-reviewed article per week related in some aspect to wine, while simultaneously providing entertaining forays into my own experiences with wine.  The articles reviewed will span nearly every aspect of academia: from enology and viticulture, to effects of wine consumption on personal health, to social and psychological effects, and beyond!

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From the archives:: The Feasibility of Ireland Becoming a Wine Producing Country Due To Climate Change http://tinyurl.com/hwfadvn #wine · The Academic Wino. Embedded image. The Feasibility of Ireland Becoming a Wine Producing Country Due To Climate Change. Hello readers!
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The Latest Craze In Winemaking: Marijuana-Infused Wine http://vinepair.com/wine-blog/the-latest-craze-in-winemaking-marijuana-infused-wine/
The healing powers of marijuana are being being bottled and sold in wine. A guide to cannabis wine, and recipe for making your own.
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RT @WineIssued: and the debate goes on: #biodynamic #wines
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From the archives:: Overcoming the Stigma of Biodynamic Wines, Taste, and Practices: A Guest Post by... http://tinyurl.com/h93to65 #wine · The Academic Wino. Embedded image. Overcoming the Stigma of Biodynamic Wines, Taste, and Practices: A Guest Post by Giordana Sobel. Hello readers!
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My son's 1st brewery :) Mommy had the Chocolate Milk Stout (5%abv, 18IBU). Smooth and delicious! J Wells Brewery
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During an interview with the drinks business earlier this year, Lavigne – who is both a wine consultant working alongside Professor Denis Dubourdieu, and a research fellow from the Faculty of Oenology at the Bordeaux Institute of Vineyard and Wine Sciences – said that she was “working on premox ...
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Many in the wine and beer industry claim women have a keener sense of smell, and thus taste, than men have. Sensory scientists who've tackled this question say there's something to this.
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‘Traminette’ grape named Outstanding Fruit Cultivar by ASHS http://blogs.cornell.edu/hort/2015/08/12/traminette-grape-named-outstanding-fruit-cultivar-by-ashs/
'Traminette' – a mid-season white-wine grape released by Cornell's grape breeding program in 1996 – was named the Outstanding Fruit Cultivar for 2015 by the American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS) at its annual meeting in New Orleans August 7. 'Traminette' produces wine with pronounced ...
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Does More Carbon Dioxide in Wine Mean Better Protection from Oxygen? http://www.nomacorc.com/blog/2015/09/does-more-carbon-dioxide-in-wine-mean-better-protection-from-oxygen/
Winemakers sometimes leave higher amounts of dissolved carbon dioxide in wines, especially low-sulphur wines, to protect them from oxidation. Is it in vain?
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