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  1. Cru Bourgeois tasting

    The tasting of the 2014 Cru Bourgeois selection will be held in London on Thursday 22nd September from 10am-5pm at the British Academy, 10-11 Carlton House Terrace. AWE members can register to attend via this...
  1. Sarah Rowlands

    Tasting has Ears!

    By Sarah Rowlands
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    An AWE tutorial illustrating how taste is affected by our senses given by Dr Ophelia Deroy & Prof Barry C Smith at Senate House, London by Sarah Rowlands July 2016 A group of AWE members took part in a series of practical demonstrations to make us aware of how tasting (wine) is a multi-sensory experience. Dr Ophelia Deroy showed us how the tasting process works. Professor Barry Smith next demonstrated how our brains use more information from our senses when tasting wine than we realise. ...
  2. Richard Bampfield MW

    International Cool Climate Wine Symposium

    By Richard Bampfield MW
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    International Cool Climate Wine Symposium 2016 What I learnt! – Richard Bampfield MW Viticulture Climate Change – it is the increased variability of temperature as much as the increase that is the real issue. Higher temperatures seem to be accompanied by more variable and often increased rainfall. So we are seeing higher incidence of hail, rot, sunburn, pinking and environmental impact such as fire. The projected increase in sugar levels and accompanying decrease in total acidity will lead to less stable wines. Depending on climate,...