Wine and Beverage Management, Goodlad, Spring 2013

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Wine and Beverage Management, Goodlad, Spring 2013
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Hospitality Management
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Semester / Year
Spring 2013
Course Description

Prof. Goodlad Leads students through an historical introduction to fermented beverages throughout the world. Study of beverage making and tasting procedures including jargon particular to the beverage trade.


This course was created by: Prof. Karen Goodlad

This course has been cloned or re-cloned 11 times; view clone(s).

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Winery and Vineyard Experience and Analysis

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Fortified Wines, Not Porto, Presentation

I posted the Prezi on the blog roll,, because I was informed that the Pr3zi could not open through the file upload. Let me know if you have any additional questions. Prof. Goodlad See MoreFortified Wines, Not Porto, Presentation

North America and California

Know the three large AVA and then significant AVAs and sub AVAs within each. Use your text book as a guide. See MoreNorth America and California

Spain, Argentina, Chile, also Italy

I was just informed that the study guide I posted was not visible. My apologies. As I stated in class, the Italian quiz will be on the DOCG of Friuli, Veneto, Tuscany and Piedmont. The rest is detailed below. Spain: Climate Dominant […] See MoreSpain, Argentina, Chile, also Italy

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Gustave Niebaum and Brother Timothy

  Gustave Niebaum         Niebaum quickly rose through the ranks, and was captain of his own ship at age 21. He spent the next few years acquiring as many expensive furs as he could. This was an extremely lucrative trade at the ti See MoreGustave Niebaum and Brother Timothy